Valley of the Angels Hospital / Hospital Adventista de Valle de Angeles (HN)

A 65-bed institution established in 1973 at a mountain location 17 miles (27 kilometers) from Tegucigalpa in Honduras. In 1974 Frank McNiel arrived in Honduras. During that year a 113,000-gallon (428,000-liter) reservoir was constructed by volunteers under the direction of Ron McBroom. In 1976 a public health ministry was sponsored by a German foundation and conducted by Iris Hayden, a nurse. In 1983 a church seating 300 and a church school were built by Maranatha. In 1994 the facility included business and doctors’ offices, a chaplaincy, a pharmacy, a senior citizens’ wing, a School of Nursing, kitchen, bakery, laundry, and maintenance and cleaning departments. There are several productive gardens from which produce, along with bakery goods, is sold every Sunday. Services include emer...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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