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ExpandHOPE
Give greater opportunity to share the HOPE through gospel centered medical ministry.
ExpandHOPE
Give greater opportunity to share the HOPE through gospel centered medical ministry.

ExpandHOPE

Since 2005, Wentz Medical Center has been serving the physical needs of the community in Ggaba, Uganda. It has been an incredible opportunity to share the love of Christ while caring for the sick and hurting. We've been operating at full capacity for many years with the need to expand in our ability to meet the healthcare needs around us.

In 2022, the Expand Hope Campaign was launched with a lead gift of $1,000,000 and a matching gift of another $1,000,000 towards the construction of a $4,500,000 expansion that would transform Wentz Medical Center into a community hospital. Praise be to God, we are at 3.5M cash in the bank and hope to break ground about July 2023.


We will continue to fundraise for our total goal of $4,500,000 in order to open the new hospital in 2024.

• Wentz Medical has been operating over full capacity for over 10 years and has been given a $2,000,000.00 matching grant to expand our current clinic facility.


• We hope to raise $1,000,000 by EOY 2022 to break ground in spring of 2023.


• We will continue to fundraise for our total goal of $4,500,000 in order to open the new hospital in 2024.

Wentz Medical has been operating over full capacity for over 10 years and has been given a $2,000,000.00 matching grant to expand our current clinic facility.
We hope to raise $1,000,000 by EOY 2022 to break ground in spring of 2023.
We will continue to fundraise for our total goal of $4,500,000 in order to open the new hospital in 2024.
THE NEED

• Rapid Population Growth + Poor existing medical facilities and equipment = further vulnerability for Uganda's next generation.
• The Ugandan government currently spend $11 per person a year on medical care. WHO estimates that $33 is needed to address this need.

COVID further exposed the painful gaps in Uganda’s health system.

THE NEED

• Rapid Population Growth + Poor existing medical facilities and equipment = further vulnerability for Uganda's next generation.
• The Ugandan government currently spend $11 per person a year on medical care. WHO estimates that $33 is needed to address this need.

COVID further exposed the painful gaps in Uganda’s health system.

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WHY WENTZ?

• Over a decade of success in building trust and providing quality care in the community of Ggaba and given opportunities to bring the gospel.
• The facilities are already beyond capacity and functioning to meet needs beyond their certification
• Proven ability to provide sustainable health care. (85% sustainable today)
• Wentz will serve as a hospital hub for the 5 existing Renewal Healthcare clinics, 900 church plants, and 8,000+ sponsored children around the country.

WHY WENTZ?

• Over a decade of success in building trust and providing quality care in the community of Ggaba and given opportunities to bring the gospel.
• The facilities are already beyond capacity and functioning to meet needs beyond their certification
• Proven ability to provide sustainable health care. (85% sustainable today)
• Wentz will serve as a hospital hub for the 5 existing Renewal Healthcare clinics, 900 church plants, and 8,000+ sponsored children around the country.

THE SOLUTION

• Expand Wentz Medical Center from a level 3 clinic to a level 4 community hospital.
• General consult clinics from 3 to 8 rooms.
• Designated Maternity wing; add 5 to the one delivery bed.
• Surgery: General and Orthopedic 1 to 3 ORs.
• Impatient services 8 to 24 beds.
• Emergency Care 1 to 4 beds.
• Laboratory, dental, radiology, ICU, NICU, will be added.

THE SOLUTION

• Expand Wentz Medical Center from a level 3 clinic to a level 4 community hospital.
• General consult clinics from 3 to 8 rooms.
• Designated Maternity wing; add 5 to the one delivery bed.
• Surgery: General and Orthopedic 1 to 3 ORs.
• Impatient services 8 to 24 beds.
• Emergency Care 1 to 4 beds.
• Laboratory, dental, radiology, ICU, NICU, will be added.

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THE COST
ExpandHOPE
$4,500,000 Project Goal
$2,500,546 Amount Raised
55% 100%
$1,999,454 Still Needed
THE COST
ExpandHOPE
$4,500,000 Project Goal
$2,500,546 Amount Raised
55% 100%
$1,999,454 Still Needed
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