Monsignor Daniel Sullivan Clinic - Primary Health Care Services

The Monsignor Daniel Sullivan Clinic in the Rural Western District in Sierra Leone provides primary health care services to a catchment area of over 16,500 and sees nearly 650 patients per month. Located in a community that has a large amputee population, the clinic also serves the needs of these residents.

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Project activities began in 2014 with plans to construct a primary care clinic located at St. Stephen's Amputee Village in Newton, Sierra Leone. Construction of the primary care clinic was completed in March 2015. Demand for services has been very high, especially in the area of maternal care. Medical supplies and pharmaceuticals are needed to support the clinic and will be supplied by our in-kind partners.


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