The healing Jesus Medical Mission outreach is committed to spreading the love of Christ by providing free

healthcare especially to the rural and underprivileged populations in Ghana and surrounding regions of Africa.

We believe that in doing so we open the door to share the gospel of Christ and win souls for the Kingdom of God.

Our teams are made up of volunteer healthcare professionals ranging in number between 5 and 30, depending

on their availability as well as the availability of logistics such as accommodation in the towns and villages we visit.

Full time members of this healthcare team are Dr. Edwin Ogoe, Dr. Stella Baome and Dr. Naabea Enin.

Each patient at the Rural Medical Outreach is cared for FREE of charge! (This includes free drugs as well)

This is made possible by your donations.

Healing Jesus Medical Outreach - 2009


Our teams see on average about 2700 people per crusade and provide much needed medication free of charge in places where healthcare is considered as a luxury.
Our supplies, medicines and equipment all come from the Lighthouse Mission Hospital as well as supportive sponsors and individuals who hear the cry of those in need and respond by giving us the tools and medicines we need to accomplish God’s work.
Typically, our clinics are held under a tent and comprise of 2 areas; the triage area where patients are diagnosed and treated to the best of our ability, and a pharmacy where we distribute available medications, free of charge.
Since its inception in 2006, we have held clinics in 27 villages and towns. On average, it costs about US$15,000 to run each clinic.

Asankragua, Middle Ghana, 2009

3-Day Clinic
2,190 patients attended to



Salaga, Northern Ghana, 2009

4-Day Clinic
3,065 patients attended to



Obuasi, Middle Ghana, 2009

4-Day Clinic
3,065 patients attended to