Welcome

The Nazarene Hospital at Kudjip is part of Nazarene Health Ministries, a ministry of the Church of the Nazarene International. The ministries of the hospital serve as a way to show God’s love and care for all people.

Go to our News section to read stories about what God is doing here at Kudjip. Our websites are integrated with our partner ministries in PNG, including Nazarene College of Nursing, Rural Health Services, and Community Based Health Care. Come and find the latest news, photos and links to our doctor’s blogs! You will learn about ways you can get involved in giving financially, donating medications and equipment, and even joining us in the work here at Kudjip!

Kudjip Nazarene Hospital, located in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, is a mission hospital operated by the Church of the Nazarene and we’ve been serving the people of PNG since 1967. We have over 230 staff from all areas of PNG serving as missionaries along side missionary physicians and other missionaries involved in various aspects of the work here.

2015 Hospital StatisticsAriel View Nazarene Station Kudjip

57,599 outpatients

6,291 admissions

2,214 deliveries (of which 247 were caesarean sections)

601 major surgeries (not c-sections)

962 minor surgical procedures

9,507 nutritional feeds

Additionally, Primary Health Services (PHS) has clinics on our station and visits communities and schools in the surrounding areas. Annually, PHS takes care of about 300 tuberculosis patients, over 100 patients living with HIV on anti-retroviral medicines, over 2,000 sexually transmitted illness cases, 600 pap smears, 10,000 immunizations (including 800 children at local schools), 3,000 family planning visits, and run an outlying clinic that serves another 1,500 people per year!

Every year, hundreds of people give their lives to Christ through our hospital ministry, new churches are started, miracles happen, people grow in their faith, patients find comfort and some face death with new hope, and the good news of abundant life in Christ is lived and proclaimed!

For more information on the overwhelming medical needs in Papua New Guinea see our PNG Statistics page.