List of Seventh-day Adventist hospitals

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The following is a list of Seventh-day Adventist hospitals.

North American Division[edit]

Adventist Health[edit]

Adventist HealthCare[edit]

AdventHealth[edit]

Kettering Health Network[edit]

Loma Linda University Health[edit]

Inter-American Division[edit]

South American Division[edit]

Southern Asia-Pacific Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Notes Photo Ref.
Adventist Hospital Cebu Cebu City, Philippines 100 1956 Formerly H.W. Miller Memorial Sanitarium and Hospital [74][75]
Adventist Medical Center Iligan Iligan, Philippines 130 1948 [76]
Adventist Medical Center Bacolod Bacolod, Philippines 170 1966 Formerly Bacolod Adventist Medical Center [77]
Adventist Hospital Calbayog Calbayog, Philippines 15 1973 [78]
Adventist Hospital Davao Davao City, Philippines 75 1987 [79]
Adventist Hospital Gingoog Gingoog, Philippines 30 1962 Formerly Gingoog Community Hospital [80]
Adventist Medical Center Manila, Pasay, Philippines 150 1929 [81]
Adventist Hospital Palawan Puerto Princesa, Philippines 162 1982 Formerly Palawan Adventist Hospital [82][83]
Adventist Hospital Santiago City Santiago, Philippines 50 1959 Formerly Cagayan Valley Adventist Hospital [84][85]
Adventist Medical Center Valencia City Valencia, Philippines 100 1993 [86][87]
Bangkok Adventist Hospital Bangkok, Thailand 150 1937 Locally named Mission Hospital [88][89]
Lakeside Adventist Hospital Kandy, Sri Lanka 50 1965 Lakeside Hospital, Sri Lanka.jpg [90]
Karachi Adventist Hospital Karachi, Pakistan 138 1950 [91]
Mission Hospital Phuket Phuket City, Thailand 83 1940 [92][93]
Penang Adventist Hospital George Town, Malaysia 253 1924 [94][95]
Rumah Sakit Advent Bandar Lampung Bandar Lampung, Indonesia 179 1994 Formerly Bandar Lampung Adventist Hospital [96]
Rumah Sakit Advent Bandung Bandung, Indonesia 254 1950 Formerly Bandung Adventist Hospital [97]
Rumah Sakit Advent Manado Manado, Indonesia 144 2007 Formerly Manado Adventist Hospital [97]
Rumah Sakit Advent Medan Medan, Indonesia 120 1969 Formerly Medan Adventist Hospital [96]

Southern Asia Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Notes Photo Ref.
Aizawl Adventist Hospital, Aizawl, India 50 1996 Aizawl adventist Hospital.jpg
METAS Adventist Hospital-Ranchi Ranchi, India 130 1949 Formerly Ranchi Adventist Hospital [98]
METAS Adventist Hospital-Surat Surat, India 300 1936 [99]
METAS Gifford Memorial Hospital Nuzvid, India 250 1925 Formerly Giffard Memorial Hospital
Mattison Memorial Hospital Hapur, India 30 1984
Pune Adventist Hospital Pune, India 90 1974 [100]
Ruby Nelson Memorial Hospital Jalandhar, India 80 1966
Scheer Memorial Adventist Hospital, Banepa, Nepal 150 1960 Scheer Memorial Hospital.jpg [101]
Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Ottapalam Ottapalam, India 120 1969 Hospital fr.jpg
Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Thanjavur Thanjavur, India 10 1996
Seventh-day Adventist Medical Centre, Bangalore Bangalore, India 50 1978 Formerly Bangalore Adventist Hospital
Shimla Sanitarium and Hospital, Shimla, India 39 1950

Northern Asia-Pacific Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Notes Photo Ref.
Adventist Medical Center-Okinawa Nishihara, Japan 48 1953 Adventist Medical Center.jpg [102][103]
Busan Adventist Hospital, Busan, South Korea 271 1951 Locally named Sahmyook Uiryowon Busan Byungwon
Eden Adventist Hospital, Namyangju, South Korea 196 2001 Locally named Eden Yoyang Byunggwon
Hong Kong Adventist Hospital - Stubbs Road Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Adventist Hospital 2012.JPG [104]
Hong Kong Adventist Hospital - Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China 304 1964 Formerly Tsuen Wan Adventist Hospital HK TsuenWanAdventistHospital.JPG [105]
Kobe Adventist Hospital Kobe, Japan 116 1973 Locally named Kobe Adobenchisuto Byoin Kobe-Adventist-Hospital-2012123101.jpg [106]
Sahmyook Medical Center Seoul, South Korea 431 1908 Formerly Seoul Adventist Hospital; Locally named Sahmyook Uiryowon Seoul Byungwon
Sahmyook Adventist Dental Hospital Seoul, South Korea 6 1908 Formerly Seoul Adventist Dental Hospital; Locally named Sahmyook Chikwa Byungwon
Taiwan Adventist Hospital Taipei, Taiwan 379 1955 Locally named Tai An Yi Yuen Taiwan Adventist Hospital 20150628.jpg [107][108]
Tokyo Adventist Hospital Tokyo, Japan 186 1929 Locally named Tokyo Eisei Byoin Tokyo eisei hospital.JPG [109][110]
Yeosu Sanitarium and Hospital Yeosu, South Korea 98 1996 Locally named Yeosu Yoyang Byungwon

East-Central Africa Division[edit]

Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Notes Ref.
Adventist Health Centre Lilongwe Lilongwe, Malawi 1983
Andapa Adventist Hospital Andapa, Madagascar 62 1976 Locally named Hopital Adventiste d'Andapa
Blantyre Adventist Hospital Blantyre, Malawi 52 1957 [113]
Bongo Mission Hospital Huambo, Angola 6 1927 Locally named Hospital Adventista do Bongo
Kanye Seventh-day Adventist Hospital Kanye, Botswana 167 1921 [114]
Lusaka Eye Hospital Lusaka, Zambia 40 2001
Malamulo Hospital Makwasa, Malawi 220 1908 [115]
Maluti Adventist Hospital Mapoteng, Lesotho 160 1951 [116][117]
Mwami Adventist Hospital Chipata, Zambia 210 1927 [118]
Vista Clinic Psychiatric Hospital Centurion, Tshwane, South Africa 158 1984 [119]
Yuka Adventist Hospital Kalabo, Zambia 120 1953

West-Central Africa Division[edit]

  • Akomaa Memorial Adventist Hospital, Bekwai, Ghana
  • Asamang Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Asamang, Ghana
  • Baraka Adventist Hospital, Chad
  • Batouri Adventist Hospital, Batouri, Cameroon
  • Bere Adventist Hospital, Kélo, Chad
  • Bremang Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana[120]
  • Buea Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Buea, Cameroon
  • Dominase Adventist Hospital, Bekwai, Ghana
  • Glei Adventist Eye Hospital, Glei, Togo
  • HART Adventist Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana[121]
  • Inisa Community Medical Centre, Inisa, Nigeria
  • Jengre Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Jos, Nigeria
  • Konkoma Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana
  • Koza Adventist Hospital, Koza, Cameroon
  • Kwadaso Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Kwadaso, Ghana
  • Moundou Adventist Surgical Center, Chad
  • Obuasi Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Obuasi, Ghana
  • Seventh-day Adventist Cooper Hospital, Monrovia, Liberia
  • Seventh-day Adventist Cooper Eye Center, Monrovia, Liberia
  • Seventh-day Adventist Hospital and Motherless Babies' Home, ABA, Aba, Nigeria
  • Seventh-day Adventist Hospital Ile-Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
  • Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Koforidua, Koforidua, Ghana
  • Tamale Adventist Hospital, Tamale, Ghana
  • Valley View Adventist Hospital, Techiman, Ghana
  • Valley View University Hospital, Accra, Ghana
  • Waterloo Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Waterloo, Sierra Leone
  • Wiamoase Seventh-day Adventist Hospital, Wiamoase, Ghana

Inter-European Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Notes Photo Ref.
Haus Niedersachsen Hospital Wolfsburg, Germany [122]
Krankenhaus Waldfriede Berlin, Germany 230 1920 Also named Waldfriede Hospital Zehlendorf Krankenhaus Waldfriede.JPG [123][124][125]
La Ligniere Clinic Gland, Switzerland 95 1905 Locally named Clinique La Ligniere [126][127]
Privalklinik Nikolassee Berlin, Germany Also named Nikolassee Hospital [122]

Trans-European Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Notes Ref.
Skogli Health and Rehabilitation Center Lillehammer, Norway 109 1946 Locally named Skogli Helse-og Rehabiliteringssenter [128]

South Pacific Division[edit]

Hospital Name Location Beds Established Ref.
Atoifi Adventist Hospital Malaita, Solomon Islands 74 1966 [129]
San Day Surgery Hornsby Hornsby, Sydney, Australia [130]
Sydney Adventist Hospital Wahroonga, Sydney, Australia 550 1903 [131][132]

Former Adventist hospitals[edit]

See also[edit]

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