Tebellong Hospital is a 50 bed capacity, local-level, MOH (Ministry of Health) accredited hospital located in the South Eastern part of the landlocked country of Lesotho, District of Qacha’s Nek. It is 32 kilometers from Qacha’s Nek town and about 400 kilometers from the capital city, Maseru. The Hospital is the property of the LESOTHO EVANGELICAL CHURCH IN SOUTHERN AFRICA (LECSA). Because of her location, which is remote and isolated, Tebellong Hospital is accessible by a row boat across the Senqu River, by foot and horseback with an unreliable transport by vans provided by the Hospital and locals, paid for by anyone who needs it. From the river to the Hospital it is about 5 kilometers uphill. The Hospital is managed by a Management Team and its main aim is to orchestrate the Hospital processes to fulfill the mission.