Pheriche फेरिचे is a village in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal. Situated at an altitude of about 4,371 m (14,340 ft), above the Tsola River, Pheriche is a popular stop for trekkers and climbers. It is the home of the Himalayan Rescue Association  which runs the hospital built in 1975 by the Japanese.
Pheriche was primarily a farming village raising potatoes and buckwheat, and keeping yaks. However, now in the summer many of its men are employed by trekkers as guides and bearers.
- "The Trail to Mount Everest: Practicing Medicine at the World’s Highest Hospital" Himalayan Rescue Association
- The Tsola River flows into the Imja just below Pheriche, and the Imja River flows into the Dudh River below Pangboche.
- "Pheriche Hospital" International Society for Mountain Medicine
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