A very small hospital caring for people living in remote and deprived areas.
Founded in 1963 by the Anglican Church, St James’ Hospital has 60 beds and supervises six health centres, one clinic and two village health posts.
St James Hospital was built in 1963, to bring medical services to a scattered population of mainly subsistence farmers. It has around 60 beds, though generally no more than 20 inpatients. There Because of the isolated position, staff live on site in the small houses provided. There is mains electricity and a back-up generator but no land telephone line.
|Hospital type||Missionary Hospital|
|Local language||English and Sesotho|
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