You would almost have to have been here and witnessed how it was before to be able to appreciate what is portrayed in these photos.
The hallway may be empty but that doesn’t mean there are no patients. That means they are waiting, as they should be, on the other side of the solid door with the little window in our new large waiting room.
Before this project controlled the chaos, the patients were sitting on their carpets occupying the sidewalks and crowding in this hallway banging on the doors of the consultants and generally being a major distraction.
It has been one of my most frustrating experiences in my mission career.
We tolerated that frustration for almost one year but now it has been dealt with — PTL! — Thanks to contributions from BMS and Exxon-Mobil.
Our staff can now get their work done more peacefully and efficiently.
The patients have a comfortable wait area that can seat 200.
We are truly grateful!
Bert and Debbie