In 1954, Davis Memorial Hospital opened next to the mission in Almond and Peter Rose Streets, Queenstown, Georgetown, Dr. E.C. Duerksen, the first missionary worked almost every day for long hours to see the patients who waited in a line from dawn. In November 2014, a new dental facility opened.
DMH remains inspired by the dedication of its founders and is committed to their vision of being highly recognized as the premier private health care facility in the city with a range of specialties offering the best inpatient and outpatient care.
The overarching mission and vision of the institution is to promote the healing ministry of Jesus Christ through the use of efficient medical practices, a highly motivated and trained Staff who respond to the needs of the community reflecting our Core Values; I – Integrity, C – Compassion, A – Accountability, R – Respect, E – Effective Communication; thereby promoting always the ‘whole-health’ concept, and continuously upgrading the quality and relevance in a safe, tranquil and Spiritual Lead environment.
Number of Patient Beds: 40
- General Medicine
121 Durban Street, Georgetown, Region #4,
Last Updated: 2019-08-09