List of hospitals in Ethiopia

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This page lists the hospitals in Ethiopia by city.

Medical care in Ethiopia, a nation of more than 100 million people, is provided by numerous clinics in the countryside, and hospitals located mostly in larger towns.

Addis Ababa[edit]

As of 2014, Addis Ababa had 52 hospitals, 12 of them state run, and more than 40 private.

  1. MyungSung Christian Medical Centre/Korean Hospital/MCM General Hospital
  2. Addis General Hospital (Private)
  3. Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital
  4. Addis Hiwot Plc
  5. Anania Mothers and Children Specialized Medical Center
  6. Tikur Anbesa Specialized Hospital(TASH)
  7. Nordic Medical Center
  8. Shedeho Higher Clinic Dr Belaynew Mogess
  9. ALERT
  10. Armed Forces General Hospital formerly the Princess Tsehai Memorial Hospital
  11. Bella Defense Referral Hospital formerly the Bella Haileselasse Hospital
  12. Besegah Mother and Child Health Hospitals
  13. Bethel Teaching General Hospital
  14. Brass Mother and Child Health Hospital
  15. DBalch Hospital
  16. Dagmawi Minilik Hospital
  17. Dinberua Hospital
  18. Ethio Tebib Hospital
  19. Girum General Hospital
  20. Hawassa Alatyon Hospital
  21. Novocare American Clinic
  22. Ras Desta Damitew Hospital
  23. Saint Gabriel General Hospital[1]
  24. St. Paulos Hospital
  25. St. Yared General Hospital
  26. Tibebu Hospital
  27. Tzna General Hospital
  28. Zenbaba General Hospital
  29. Zeweditu Hospital
  30. Landmark General Hospital
  31. Federal Police Referral Hospital
  32. Tirunesh Beijing General Hospital
  33. Hayat Hospital
  34. ICMC General Hospital CMC, behind Tsehay Real state 0116678646/011667 8552

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Regional hospitals[edit]

There are about 144 regional hospitals placed in the major cities and towns. (Health Indicators, FMOH: EFY 2001). Out of the total 144 hospitals, about 90 of them are public. The rest, about 54 hospitals, are run by private investors and non-profit organizations.


  1. ^ "St Gabriel General Hospital Official Website". Retrieved 2013-06-02.