Waterloo Hospital

Waterloo Hospital

Waterloo Hospital is located along one of the most important highways of the country which connects to Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone. It is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist church and funded by Adventist Health International (AHI), Loma Linda, CA, USA.

Human resources

The staff of the hospital is 70 including part-time workers. Apart from nationals the hospital hosts periodic international medical personnel and volunteers.


  • Medical and surgical services.
  • Out-patient clinic (Sundays – Fridays).
  • In-patient services (anytime).
  • Emergencies (always available).
  • Physiotherapy.
  • Mobile Clinic in areas around Waterloo.
  • Ultra-sound scanning.
  • Laboratory services: basic tests available.
  • Clinical ministry: chaplaincy department available for trauma, counseling and spiritual support.
  • Canteen services: African dishes, cold drink and cold water at an affordable price.

Basic Amenities

  • Solar light in all wards.
  • Electricity available all the night and most of the day.
  • Water available all the time.
  • Private rooms nicely furnished with private toilet and shower sink.
  • Semi-private and general rooms with fans and spacious environment.
  • Operating theatre: minor and major operating theatre.
  • Oxygen accessibility for operating theatre and patient wards.
  • Patient beds with treated mosquito nets.
  • Medical records of the patients.