A gift from a recent visitor, new mural in the Pediatric department

You formed my inward parts; You wove me in my mother’s womb. I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well. Psalms 139:13 & 14 Thor Simpson, the brother of SCH Missionary Taylor Simpson, recently spent part of his visit […]

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The God of Ethiopia

This poem was written by a recent visitor to Soddo Christian Hospital. He wanted to remember his visit and this was the method God gave him for remembering his trip. Where do we find God in Ethiopia, Do we find Him in the bright, round eyes of a young boy in the hospital huddled close […]

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It was the best of times. It was the worst of times

Dear Friends and Family, “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times,” Charles Dickens, The Tale of Two Cities. At Soddo Christian Hospital it is the best of times…we must be doing something right for the hospital is maxed out. But this makes it the worst of times… because the hospital […]

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“Now I will kick a football,” she laughed as she moved her new knee.

  This is  sweet Birhana from the Jinka area; which is located near the Kenya border. She has endured 14 years of pain. Birhana came to Soddo Christian Hospital 3 years ago and was told she needed a new knee, but at that time a total joint replacement was not an option here at SCH, and the replacement […]

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God is using a CT scanner to reach five million Ethiopians with the Gospel

  In 2013, an anonymous donor gave nearly $1 million in equipment to Soddo Christian Hospital. While the donation contained dozens of important items, the gem of the collection was a brand new computed tomography (CT) scanner. By itself, this one piece of equipment is helping us spread the Gospel to the five million people […]

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A Team Effort

The hospital has been buzzing lately about a young woman whose life was saved.  And with good reason!  She may be one of only a few patients to be mechanically ventilated and survive in this part of Ethiopia. Tseganesh was pregnant and getting near term, when she started feeling bad.  She went to another health […]

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Teamwork at SCH

                                                As our capabilities at Soddo Christian Hospital expand, we are working together as a team to make diagnoses, and provide cutting edge treatment for patients.  The other day, we had a […]

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Neurosurgery at SCH?!?

What do you think happens when you combine the following: A country with the highest number of pedestrians struck by vehicles relative to cars on the road A brand new CT scanner among a population of 5 million people who previously had none If you answered, “a lot of new diagnoses of head trauma”, you’d […]

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The Other Side of the Knife

by Mark Karnes They say doctors make the worst patients, but I really don’t believe that.  Last week, however, I had the opportunity to check that theory out.   For the past four years I have experienced a lot of shoulder pain to where I could not sleep at night on my right side and could […]

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All Things to All People

What does it mean to be a Christian hospital?  Do you treat everyone?  Do you force people to adhere to your religion in order to be treated? These are questions that we get a lot about Soddo Christian Hospital.  They are good questions. At Soddo Christian Hospital, we want to share the Good News in […]

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