Saturday September 7th a team from St. Luke's Hospital participated in the run 4 reforestation. The Chief Hospital Administrator Mr. Boma and the Senior Administrative Officer Mr. Tembo did the 5km run for charity. Besides that 9 staff members and medical and nursing students of St. Luke's volunteered in providing first aid for runners.
All funds raised went to Zomba TREEZ in order to help reforestation of Zomba Plateau.
Together we can!
On the 26th of August these beautiful quadruplet babies were born at St. Luke's Hospital. They were a suprise for everyone!
The boy and his three sisters were the first passengers of our brand new ambulance!
Because they are premature they were in need of advanced care. Unfortunately we don't have the necessary equipment for this many babies and we had to refer them to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
They have made it safely to our colleagues in Blantyre where they will receive optimal care.
We are proud to present our new ambulance! On the 27th of august we had a lovely blessing ceremony where the Bishop has blessed our ambulance for safe transport.
The old ambulance will based at Chilipa Health Centre in order to provide transport for the patients coming for surrounding facilities to our hospital.
Many thanks to St. Luke's Foundation for making this possible!
On the 21st of August Dignitas International donated many items to St. Luke's Hospital. Among other things they have donated us several stethoscopes, a light tray to view X-rays and a portable ultrasound!
We would like to thank them for this generous gesture!
On the 13th of July Dutch medical intern Joris Maarleveld and his brother Thijs participated in the Mt. Mulanje Porters Race. They ran up and down the highest mountain of Malawi; 25 kilometer long and 1500 meters up. Their aim was to collect funds for a new ambulance for St. Luke's Hospital.
They both finished the race without problems and were able to collect the incredible amount of €2107,- (two thousand one hundred and seven euros) for the hospital.
Thank you so much Joris and Thijs!
On the 31st of May 2019 Press Trust handed over a brand new ambulance to St. Luke's Chief Hospital Administrator Winasi Boma. The ambulance was brought to Lulanga health center on the 27th of June 2019 where a ceremonial handover took place. Lulanga health center can now transfer critically ill patients to the hospital fast.