Monday, 2 November 2009

New and improved Kudjip Haussik


to the new and improved hospital!!!

November 4-7, 2009 we moved from the old and falling down hospital to a new and beautiful facility. Here are some shots of the moving events :).

32 comments:

  1. Yay!!! and Yay again! :-) Love it! Be sure and take another picture when you've got it like home!

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  2. A caring doctor moving her patient!

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  3. Love that smile! (all of them!) :-)

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  4. So cheery and bright! You've got some artists there! :-)

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  5. Wow, wish that was written on the walls of more hospitals here in the States!

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  6. love it! I love your pics of the old and new!!

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  7. amazing. people here would have no idea without these pics!

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  8. This picture was taken in Room 4. We switched things around a bit, putting the ultrasound in Room 4 and moving me to room 5. But I am equally as happy!

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  9. I am smiling right now, almost with a sense of relief for all of you at the completion of the new haus sik! Praise the Lord for showing his faithfulness and patience through the dedication and perseverance of all the staff, volunteers, and mission family over the last few years! God bless you Steph,
    Alison in KC

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  10. It is so amazing and fun to see all of these pictures! Thank you for taking the time to carefully document the move for all of us back here in the states to see! :-)

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  11. Knowing your excitement-- I cannot even imagine how Dr. Jim must feel after working for years in the other conditions. Almost the realization of a dream I would think.

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  12. This is such a neat picture. I'm trying to imagine surgeons in America doing this. I believe most would refuse on the grounds that it's not in their job description. Go Dr. Jim!

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  13. Oh, Steph, My eyes can hardly believe the contrast with these new faciltities - I think you summarized it well. Clean and bright!
    What an answer to prayer! Ginny Cameron

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  14. Now THIS is my memory of these wards only much more barren. I can even sense the smells I associate with these wards. How many lives have been touched within these walls. If the walls could speak, what stories they could share!

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  15. Ah, yes, I can smell and taste this picture!

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  16. So many needs! May the Lord give you wisdom and daily strength to stretch limited resources to serve so many people in a way that changes their lives, improves their condition and point them to Jesus.

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  17. The new hospital facilities look very nice. We are glad for the wonderful things God is doing through you and all those who are serving the Lord in PNG. Have a blessed Christmas and prosperous New Year in Him.

    Pastor David Fulks

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