Helena Goldie Hospital

Missionary Hospital | Munda, Solomon Islands

Hospital description

Helena Goldie Hospital (HGH) is a 68-bedded second level care hospital situated in Munda, Western Province of Solomon Islands. The hospital was established in 1903 by Methodist Missionaries, and is now owned by the United Church in Solomon Islands (UCSI). The hospital is set in beautiful tropical scenery and has a strong Christian ethos. There is a daily service and the hospital runs religious community projects.

The hospital is also responsible for 15 clinics in Zone 3 of the Western Province, which has an estimated population of over 26,000. It also recently has qualified for Baby Friendly Hospital status,under World Health Authority standards.

Currently there are three doctors working in the hospital, including one dentist. There are over 60 employees in HGH including nurses, paramedics and supporting staff.

HGH has basic laboratory with blood transfusion facility, imaging services and a pharmacy. Surgeries, including Caesarean section, appendicectomy, amputations and many gynaecology operations are performed in the hospital.


Hospital type Missionary Hospital
Local language Pidgin/English
Funding Status Private


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