As the success histories of most of currently developed countries indicate, availability of threshold level of well educated, healthy, motivated and productive human resource at their early stage of development was one of key ingredients for their accelerated national development. Indeed, it requires joined and coordinated efforts of both government and private sectors. In light of this, the Ethiopian Government has made appreciable progresses in the last two decades in expansion of education and health services in the country. Private sector participation also has been increased in provision of education and general health services due to conducive government policies. The country has registered a high growth rate in its national income for the last several consecutive years.
However, progresses in expansion of specialized hospitals which could provide high level of medical services and training have remained at its infant stage. As facts on the ground indicate, large majority of the Ethiopian people are facing different health problems which need special medical knowledge and treatment. Strong efforts are required to reduce such gaps in the areas starting from primary prevention to provision of highly developed & equipped modern services

Our goals are to:

  • contribute to the improvement of the health status of the Ethiopian population through the provision of high quality tertiary level medical care.
  • transfer Technology; Technology transfer is a vital goal and so training and research in the field of health are important activities
  • serve as core training center for Ethiopia & other countries
  • practice efficient and modern patient centered medical service with high ethical standards, compassion and accountability
  • reduce the backlog Health workers shortage in the country and output-based standards that will ensure quality for reasonable price
  • introduce advanced medical technology and treatment to the country, participation in medical research and development programs, and provide training to medical staff
  • serve as a bridge for Transferring of Know-How (Technology transfer)
  • ensure that services and activities performed by the Hospital will continue safely 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, without disruption and inconvenience
  • serve as one of the medical centers of excellence nationally and regionally
  • provide free access to modern diagnostic treatment and therapy services to certain amount of the needy poor who can’t afford to pay for the specialized treatment in the future depending the economical situation of the hospital
  • avail high quality medical service within Ethiopia so that patients would have the option to obtain the services in their own country rather than travel abroad seeking the high quality health care services, and thereby save and acquire foreign exchange
  • take part in the government effort to increase health care service coverage in Ethiopia