The St John Health Service was officially launched in 2008 with the opening of the St John Clinic in Gordons, Port Moresby by the Deputy Prime Minister. It is now one of our largest services supporting thousands of people.
A key priority for the Department of Health is to improve the health facilities and in particular modernise services and improve technology. Under agreements with the Department of Health, St John has taken over the running of several health facilities in PNG.
- St John Hospital Gerehu
- St John Clinic, Gordons
- St John Clinic, Gaire
- St John Aid Post, Tatana
- St John Rural Hospital, Kupiano
This clinic was closed between 1997 and 2008. St John renovated the building with support from the Indian Association and the Sustainable Development Fund. The building has been modernised and new facilities added. The clinic has over 25 staff and sees around 600 patients each day.