Hydrocephalus Project Moves to Kipe Hospital

With the expansion of our hydrocephalus project, we started finding some difficulties with mounting hospital bills and transportation to and from AMEHG’s recovery home. Condeyah Hospital, a large regional hospital, was having trouble accommodating our expanding program. We are excited to announce that the Ministry of Health offered up their hospital at Kipe as a new home for our fight against hydrocephalus. This facility has allowed us to set up our own area to treat our patients and has worked with us to provide the best possible help to the children, at a minimum cost. We are also looking forward to helping out Kipe Hospital in any way we can so that the entire facility will benefit from hosting our project.

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