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Robert Moore Memorial Healthcare Center

About Us

The Robert Moore Memorial Healthcare Center is a privately funded initiative that was established in 2012 in response to addressing the severe health care problems in Liberia. RMMHC is a healthcare facility in the suburb of Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa and renders acute and restorative services while emphasizing preventative medicine and the overall health and wellness of patients and communities. The RMMHC is located in an area that is a fast-growing community that lacks a medical facility that provides comprehensive medical care. Access to medical centers remains a challenge, RMMHC provides a comprehensive, patient and family oriented healthcare services while prioritizing safety and compassion.

Mission

Our Mission is simple: we hope to promote the health and well-being of the local population by providing accessible and affordable high quality medical care to people of all ages especially the poor and disadvantaged.

We provide:

        • General Medicine

        • Maternal Child Health

        • Diagnostic Laboratory

        • On site Pharmacy

        • Nursing Assistant Training Program


Hours of Operation:

  • Opens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Our School

In 2020 we launched a Nurse's Aide Training Program which aims to provide career opportunity for young people, especially young women and girls who are more vulnerable to abuse in the absence of sustainable income. Our experience has been good so far. While there is interest among young people to join the program, some lack the funds to pay for their fees and even transportation.

Registration is on a rolling basis. New classes are enrolled every three months.

Contact us to sponsor a student or make a donation: moorehealth2012@gmail.com, rmmhc@yahoo.com facebook.com/rmmhc Paypal.me/rmmhi cash.app/rmmhc gofundme.com/rmmhc

Mary Kieh

Founder & CEO

Dr. Mark KIeh

Site Physician

Augustine Ballah

Physician Assistant

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?" -MLK Jr.

HIGH LIGHTS FROM OUR 5TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION AND GRADUATION

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View of the OPD

Inside View

Our Nurses' Aide Training Program


Robert Y. Moore


A new born at the Center



Bringing Cheers to these little ones during



Malaria Education


Teaching Staff CPR


Thanks for your service


An opportunity to teach a new mother


Celebrating 5 years of service join us January 25, 2017 - January 25, 2022

Feeding the community, Annette Kpoto provides hot meal.