Saint Joseph´s Catholic Hospital


A mission hospital

Our doors are opened to any patient under a not-for-profit management. We provide healthcare services to all people whithout any kind of discrimination.

A public hospital

Integrated in the Liberian National Health System, we run the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare´s programs on malaria, tuberculosis and HIV-AIDS

A training hospital

We promote the training of new health professionals in the country by holding specialized courses with foreign doctors and offering internships


Br. Patrick Nshamdze, our Hospital Director, dies at 52

August 3rd, 2014 by SJCH

Yesterday, August 2nd, our beloved Brother and Hospital Director Patrick Nshamdze died in ELWA Hospital in Monrovia at age 52, after 23 years of religious proffession.

Br Patrick, born in Cameroon, was tested Ebola positive on July 29, after being sick for two weeks. He had been previously tested on July 18, with a negative result.

All of us who form the family of the Saint Joseph´s Catholic Hospital and the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God ask for your prayers for his soul.



July 14th, 2014 by SJCH


The worst epidemic of ebola in History

The outbreak of ebola in West Africa is the biggest in History, and it is the first time that affects several countries at the same time: Liberia, Guinea Conakry and Sierra Leona. First cases were detected in January 2014, and the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared oficially the epidemic in March.

From then on, cases of this disease –with a mortality rate over 90%– had increased, with 518 deaths up to date, which makes this epidemic the most serious, besides it being the first time that the disease outbreaks in this region. Previous known eruptions happened in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.

Hospitals of the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God in Sierra Leona and Liberia are taking care of patients with ebola, in coordination with the Ministries of Health, which count on scant resources and facilities to face this epidemic, and that is why it is so urgent to control and stop the progress of the disease.

Your help will serve to provide resources to these Hospitals that let them to take proper care of this emergency, allowing a better care for patients with ebola and for health workers and their families.


What do we ask for

Donations to install an isolated area and buy specific medical stuff and disinfectant products for the right control and treatment of ebola.

Nowadays the vaccine is inexistent, hence the treatment is just symptomatic.



Because medical equipment required for treatment of ebola are expensive and our Hospitals in Liberia en Sierra Leona can´t afford them and are asking for help.


Destiny of the aids

· St. Joseph Catholic Hospital de Monrovia (Liberia).

· St. John of God Hospital de Lunsar (Sierra Leona).



Recommendations on Ebola virus from the World Health Organisation

July 21st, 2014 by SJCH

Ebola prevention

Authors: Asiya Odugleh-Kolev (Technical Officer, Global Capacities Alert and Response, WHO, Geneva), Sharon Salmon (Assistant Director Nursing, Infection control, National University Hospital, Singapore), A/Prof Dale Fisher (Head of Division of Infectious Diseases, National University Hospital, Singapore)

Download Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak Response Training Package from the World Health Organisation (PDF, 1 Mb.)


African Development Bank dontes to Catholic Hospital

June 30th, 2014 by SJCH

MONROVIA – On May 22nd, 2014, the Liberian Country Office of the African Development Bank, headed by Yaah Margaret Kilo Hilda Sanosi, made a donation of Glucometers with stripes and assorted hygienic items to St. Joseph Catholic Hospital. This was in fulfillment of the pledge made by the ADB staff during the closing ceremony of the Golden Jubilee of the Hospital on March 15th, 2014.
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Reyna Ngu Donates To Catholic Hospital, Monrovia -Liberia

June 6th, 2014 by SJCH

My name is Reyna Ngu and I am ten years old. I am going into 5th Grade, and I go to The John Cooper School. I live with my three sisters ( Sophie, Eva, and Olivia) and my parents in the Woodlands, Texas.How I earned the money was in a very peculiar way. The money I donated required a special task to acquire.
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