The Clinic

Hope Medical Center is staffed by a team of missionaries and medical professional who come from around the globe.

Moise † and Nowei Mamy

N’Zao is the home of Moise and Nowei. They are both from Guinea. They are the co-founders of Hope Medical Center. Moise and Nowei are both gifted evangelists. Nowie teaches primary health prevention to patients at the Medical Center.                                                                                                                             Moise lost his life when the team he had joined was attacked by villagers on September 16 2014. The team, including government officials, joined forces to reach out to the population in teaching on the prevention of the Ebola Virus disease.  During the attack 9 people lost their lives. Moise served as executive coordinator of the N.G.O. “the water of life”. Moise was also the President of the Mano CMA Church in Guinea.

Jon and Anja Erickson

Jon came to Guinea in 1990. He and Moses Mamy were doing church planting and evangelism among the Mano people group. Anja came to Africa in 1991 and worked in Gabon until she married Jon in 2002 and moved to Guinea. Jon is involved in community development, church planting/evangelism and Anja is an R.N. heading up the medical training programs at Hope. Jon is american and Anja comes from the Netherlands.

dr. Jean and Jacqueline Yaradouno

Dr. Jean and Jackie arrived in January 2011 at Hope. They are both Guineans but trained in Gabon at the Bongolo Evangelical Hospital. Dr. Jean graduated as a general surgeon through the P.A.A.C.S. program and Jackie has finished her nursing degree. She is working par-time in the out-patient ward. They have 2 daughters and a son.

Jairus and Adeline Bohimbo

Jairus is a nurse anesthesiologist and Adeline is a nurse and midwife and is the nurses supervisor. They are from Cameroon and Gabon. They both served at C.M.&A.’s Bongolo Evangelical Hospital in Gabon before God called them to Guinea. They have served at Hope since 2007. After receiving his nurses training at Bongolo Hospital, Jairus received further training in administering anesthesia. They have 5 children.

dr. simeon and kadiatou guilavogui

Dr. Siméon and Kadiatou started to work at Hope in June 2011. Dr. Siméon is an MD in general medicine. He is head of the out-patient clinic. Kadiatou works as cashier in the mornings and is the medical warehouse manager. They both are Guineans.