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General Hospitals in Gambia

  APRC General Hospital Farafenni
The Farafenni APRC General Hospital has beds for 250 patients & was built in 1999 to provide better healthcare for 300,000 Gambians living in the North Bank region.

  Bansang Hospital
It is situated 200 miles up-river from Banjul. It was built in 1938 by the colonial government.

  Bundung Maternal & Child Health Hospital
In Bundung, the charity hospital has treated over 1000,000 patients since it was established in 25th May 2001. It is a joint project between the president & the Department of State for Health.


  Medical Research Council
Located in Fajara it is financed by the UK Government and is the UK's largest medical research investment in a developing country.

  Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital
The RVH, located in Banjul capital, was built in 1853 and is a 650-bedded tertiary hospital which has various medical departments such as paediatrics, general surgery, obstetrics and A&E.

  Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (RVTH) Eye Clinic
The RVTH eye clinic is West Africa's Regional Ophthalmic Training Programme. They deal with eye problems such as trachoma and cataracts.

  Sulayman Junkung General Hospital
Situated in Bwiam town it was built in 2003 and is operated by the Gambian Government Ministry of Health. It treats approximately 16,000 patients annually.

     
 
 

Above you will find each centres' background information, contact addresses, telephone numbers, some emails, websites, faxes & main locations in the Greater Banjul area of the western coast region of The Gambia, West Africa.









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