List of hospitals in Liberia
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This is an incomplete list of hospitals in Liberia
- John F. Kennedy Medical Center.
- Eternal Love Winning Africa Hospital
- Redemption Hospital.
- St. Joseph's Catholic Hospital.
- Cooper Adventist Hospital 
- MSF Pediatric Hospital
- E. S. Grant Mental Health Hospital
- A.M.E. University Clinic
- Hope For Women International Health Center
- James N.Davis Jr. Memorial Hospital (Paynesville)
- Bensonville Hospital
- Martha Tubman Memorial Hospital, Zwedru
- Curran Hospital, Zorzor, Lofa County
- Telewonyan Hospital, Voinjama, Lofa County
Grand Cape Mount County
- St.Timothy Memorial Hospital, Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County
- Liberia Government Hospital, Tubmanburg, Bomi County
- Chief Jallalone Memorial Hospital, Bopulu, Gbarpolu County
Grand Bassa County
- Liberia Government Hospital, Buchanan, Grand Bassa County
- Liberia Agricultural Company (LAC) Hospital, LAC, Grand Bassa County
- Mittal Steel Hospital, Buchanan, Grand Bassa County
- St. Francis Hospital, Cestos city, Rivercess County
- GW Health Group, Bong County
- Phebe Hospital, Bong County
- Bong Mines Hospital, Bong County
- C.B.Dumbar Memorial Hospital, Gbarnga, Bong County
- GW Health Group, Nimba County
- Jackson F. Doe Memorial Regional Referral Hospital, Tappita, Nimba County.
- Ganta Hospital, Nimba County
- G.W. Harley Memorial Hospital, Saniquelleh, Nimba County
- Zoe Geh Medical Center, Nimba County
- Saclepea Comprehensive Health Center, Saclepea, Nimba
Grand Kru County
- GW Health Group, Grand Kru County
- Rally Time Hospital, Grandcess, Grand Kru County
- GW Health Group, Sinoe County
- E.J. Grant Hospital, Greenville, Sinoe County
Pleebo Health center, Pleebo , Maryland County
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