Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital
Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital is dedicated to continue the healing ministry of Christ.
Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital is committed to:
•providing quality health care to the community regardless of economic status, tribe, or religion
•providing excellent medical care in a safe environment, free of corruption and discrimination
•participating in the education of community health care workers
•expansion of services to meet the medical needs of the growing community.
KMH Progress Updates
KMH will be one of the most modern and fully equipped hospitals in the Kimana Rift Valley.
Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital will serve patients for 250 square miles and will service more than half a million people who are in dire need of proper medical care.
Funds are still needed to execute our dream of providing this hospital to the many patients who will benefit.
Your generous contributions are welcome.
Dr. Smith returned to Kimana, Kenya in October 2015 and spent two weeks finishing the pillars for the waiting area of the hospital and constructing the restroom facilities. We are continuing to raise funds for the construction of KMH. We need to raise $4000.00 US dollars to construct the roof of the waiting area.
This year, 2015, the official approval for construction was finalized and in July a volunteer team traveled to Kimana, Kenya and began construction on the hospital foundation. During this trip, they also had a medical team visiting and providing care to some of the remote villages in the area.
In 2013-14 architectural plans and official permits to build KMH were submitted.
The hospital's deep well was completed and the water tower was erected. The foundations for the staff buildings were completed.
We had several KMH mobile health clinics, providing desperately needed medical care to thousands of patients.
Artists renditions of the Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital
Multidisciplinary teams of doctors come together in bush medical clinics to provide vital healthcare to thousands in the Rift Valley. Dr. Scott Smith pictured on the far right has been working in the Rift Valley for many years. Dr. Smith is a director with Dreamweaver International and the medical director for Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital.
Dr. Warren Bruhl has introduced chiropractic care to the Maasai of the Rift Valley as a powerful holistic healing modality. Dr. Bruhl is a director with Dreamweaver International. Here Dr. Bruhl provides care to a young child who us unable to walk because of hypotonia and probably birth trauma.
R.N. Heidi Smith works in the medical supply storage for the Mount Kilimanjaro Mission Hospital. Dreamweaver International has been providing bush medical clinics to the Maasai locally to fill desperate health needs of the thousands who lift in this area of the Rift Valley.
Directors Dr. Scott Smith, Sandy Taylor, Ken Taylor, and Dr. Warren Bruhl
breaking ground with other team members serving medical missions in 2012-13
Thank you to our sponsors for their generosity