|Country||Central African Republic|
The Ippy Hospital was founded by American missionary Margaret Nicholl Laird with facilities including 60 beds, two operating theaters and a 1,000 English-language medical textbook library. Laird herself worked at the hospital 1964, and nowadays the hospital has been described as a "shell of its former self".
- Beesley, Mark. "The Bottom of the Sack: Health Service Provision in the Central African Republic" (PDF). University of Queensland. Retrieved 6 December 2013.
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