Christian Health Association of Lesotho

Our Hospitals

SEBOCHE HOSPITAL:

Seboche Mission Hospital is a non-profiting making Roman Catholic health institution, owned by the Diocese of Leribe. It is under the administration of the Sisters of Charity of Ottawa (SCO). Its management is on two levels, Hospital Board and Management Team. The Hospital Board is the decision-making body of the hospital, whose members are appointed by the Local Ordinary, the Bishop of the Diocese of Leribe His Lordship Bishop Augustinus Bane OMI. This body meets quarterly and whenever necessary, the chairperson can call extra ordinary meetings when need arises. Board reviews all suggestions made by the management for approval Decisions are being shared by both top authorities as well as with the entire staff.

ST JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL(ROMA):

St. Joseph’s Hospital also known as Roma Hospital was established in 1937 as the Roman Catholic privately- owned health facility situated in the Roma valley, located 37km from Maseru, the capital city of Lesotho. The Roma Hospital is one of the eighteen (18) hospitals forming the Lesotho Health Service System; it is a member of Christian Health Association of Lesotho (CHAL) which comprises six Christian church denominations. The Hospital is responsible for a health service area covering a large part of the lowlands, foothills and mountains of Maseru District. The Hospital is the hub of the Roma health network that, besides the hospital comprises five (6) health centres, namely Fatima at Ha Ramabanta 30km away from Roma; St. Benedict Ha Khanyetsi; a 40km stretch from Roma; St. Bernard at Likatseng situated 30km away from St. Joseph’s Hospital the latter two with gravel road; Nazareth a distance of about 11km south of Roma Hospital.

MALUTI ADVENTIST HOSPITAL:

Maluti Adventist Hospital (MAH) is situated in the village of Mapoteng, which nestles in the foothills of the front range of the Maluti Mountains. It is located in the Berea District of the Kingdom of Lesotho. MAH was established in March 1951 from the special project funds of the Worldwide Seventh-day Adventist ( SDA) Church of 1947. The hospital is owned and operated by the Seventh- day Adventist Church. The hospital is one of the 173 hospitals and sanitariums operated by the SDA Church situated in many countries in the world providing health services. The hospital has 150 beds and offers a comprehensive range of health care services, primarily to approximately 100,000 people living in the 264 villages in its health service area but many patients come from all other parts of the country.

TEBELLONG HOSPITAL:

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.

ST JAMES HOSPITAL:

St. James Mission Hospital is located in Mantšonyane, Thaba-Tseka. It is the only Anglican mission hospital in the Anglican Province of Southern Africa. St. James has been an integral part of the Mantšonyane community since the early 1960’s. Founded by the Anglican Church in Lesotho with help from USPG, The Society of the Sacred Mission, and many others in the community, St. James has grown from a small Rondavel (a traditional Basotho hut) to a 55 bed facility in the heart of the Maluti Mountains.

SCOTT HOSPITAL:

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PARAY HOSPITAL:

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MAMOHAU HOSPITAL:

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