The earthquake of magnitude 7.8 Richter scale on Saturday the 25th April and several aftershocks, including 6.7 magnitude earthquake on the 26th April, have caused extensive damage to the life and property in Nepal. More details.
The hospital would value people's prayer for its continued effective operation. Veiw some of the current issues.
Mission work in Nepal is a life changing experience. A country that provides experiences that will last a lifetime.
While the availability of critical resources continues to be threatened, UMHT has decided to construct an oxygen generating plant on-site, at the hospital, to secure their oxygen supply.
The blockade has hit rural health care hard. For the past two years, Leona O’Keefe, an American volunteer family physician with the Samaritan’s Purse Post-Residency Program, has worked at the United Mission Hospital in the town of Tansen, more than a nine-hour jeep ride west of Kathmandu.
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