Maternal and Infant Care.

Liberia has a young population. Younger than age 20, (19yrs) holds to be the median age for women in reproductive age.

The maternal mortality stands out to be one of the highest in the world (725 deaths per 100,000 live births (CIA World Factbook, n.d; WHO, 2018) due to limited access to care.

The infant mortality rate, 59.3 per 1,000 live births (WHO, 2018), hugely due to untimely access to medical facilities, mostly in rural areas which has stressed the health system.

According to WHO, in 2015 the under-five mortality rate was 80.1 per 1,000 live births while neonatal mortality rate about 26.3 per 1,000 live births.

Eli Health System provides access to maternal care to reduce pregnancy related complication deaths.

The primary care center opens 24 hours with an ambulance system and an emergency service coming soon.

We aim to reduce childhood mortality rate, increase skill births attendance, and antenatal care services.

We prioritize timely delivery to empower women to make informed decisions. We follow up with newly baby-mothers up to six months in making sure their babies are in good nutrition standing.

Our Team Members

Below are some of our team members

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David K. Zeze

NP Director of Nursing

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Dorris K. Zaza

RM

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Yassah Flomo

Genitor

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James David

LPN/OIC

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Kebeh Weakeleh

TBA

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Gbessay K Varney

Data Specialist

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David Wolobah Kezelee

Registrar

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Kawolor Yallar

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