Hope Medical Center exists to demonstrate God’s love by verbal proclamation and lifestyle evangelism through competent, compassionate medical care and community development.
- Outpatient Medical Clinic
- Dental Services
- Laboratory & Pharmacy
- Surgical Center
- Community Health Teaching
- Continual education of medical staff
- Long Term Sustainability
- Predominently National Staffing
- Availability to the Poor
- Improved Health Care
- Recognized Nursing School
- Presentation of the Gospel to every patient
- Medical and Surgical Services
- Dental Services
- Maternity Care
Predominant Medical Issues
- Malaria and Dehydration
- Intestinal Parasites
- Birth and Childhood Complications
- Respiratory Infections
- Surgical Issues
- STD’s including HIV and AIDS
God placed the dream of a small clinic in the hearts of Moise & Nowei Mamy and Jon Erickson in the mid 1990’s after experiencing firsthand the local medical services. The search for land took years. They all participated in CAMA Services semi-yearly mobile medical outreaches in Guinea. In 2001 the first buildings were started after an uncle gave land to the clinic. In 2002, Jon married Anja. The two couples laid the foundations for the outpatient services, lab and pharmacy that are in place today.
Hope Clinic opened its doors with a skeleton staff in September of 2003. In 2006 Hope Clinic closed for training and expansion. It reopened in June of 2007 and has continued to grow.
On September 16 2014, tragedy struck when Moise lost his life when the team he had joined was attacked by villagers. The team, including government officials, joined forces to reach out to the village to teach on the prevention of the Ebola Virus disease. During the attack nine 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 C&MA Church in Guinea.