Opened in 2014, Tebow CURE Hospital treats the orthopedic needs of physically disabled children from its high-quality facility in Davao City. The hospital is part of CURE International, a network of specialized healthcare centers whose mission is ‘healing the sick and proclaiming the kingdom of God.’ In a nation where few have good access to medical care, they also provide training in advanced orthopedic techniques, whilst serving children with disabilities regardless of ethnic origin, religion or economic background.
The Tebow CURE Hospital, Philippines, is a 50-bed and rehabilitation hospital treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions including clubfoot, burn contractures and other acquired or congenital conditions such as spinal deformities, cleft lip and palate. Their campus consists of operating theatres, outpatient clinic, diagnostics and inpatient wards; alongside spaces for physiotherapy and education. Their desire is to reflect and proclaim the kingdom of God through the continued provision of excellent medical care and training.
EMI has been invited to assess and offer conceptual design for an accommodations hostel and departmental expansion on an adjacent site, along with rehabilitation of portions of the existing building campus. In addition to the new building expansion, the engineers on our team will offer HVAC evaluation and electrical recommendations for the existing campus.
EMI has previously worked with CURE hospitals in Niger, Uganda, Malawi and Ethiopia, and has seen firsthand their equal emphasis on physical and spiritual healing, as well as their desire to serve the poorest and the most marginalized. We look forward to working with the organization in a different location and helping them develop their vision for the future. Will you consider using your skills to serve this ministry?
— Dirk Anderson, EMI USA trip leader