Saturday, June 24, 2006
The Mission of Mercy Medical Clinic in Mbabane, Swaziland
It's done. Ray Eynon, a friend for years and a brother in Christ, took my ideas and thoughts on how a medical clinic should flow, and put it down on paper to fit into the foundation and structural walls of a common Care Point building. Ray is a well known architect in these parts, having designed many churches, and worked with me in building a medical clinic in Mexico. I'll be in Mbabane the early part of August and will see the clinic as it is going up. It should be ready for our medical team when we arrive in October of 2006. It will have 2 exam rooms, a nursing triage station, a waiting room for 20 patients, a lab, a pharmacy, storage and 2 toilets. Pictures to follow.
Posted by David H. Beyda, M.D. at 3:36 PM