Serving Full-time, 365 days a year, since May 2003.
Full official name of clinic is Foltz Medical Centre. (Mr. and Mrs. Foltz from the US provided funds for building renovation prior to 2002.) In 2002, Kateri Medical Services was founded at Trinity Episcopal Church in Tariffville, Connecticut to raise funds to hire medical staff at the clinic. Since 2003, Kateri Medical Services has provided funding for medical staff, equipment and medicine to operate the clinic full-time. Over time, Kateri Medical Services is reducing its contribution to the daily operation of the clinic with the goal of financial self- sufficiency by 2020.
Our Local Partners
From the start, Kateri Medical Services has partnered with The Anglican Diocese of Kaduna to run Kateri Clinic. Kateri Medical Services has provided most of the funding for staff and medicine for our annual free medical missions. The Anglican Diocese of Kaduna has managed the daily operation of the clinic, including the hiring and supervision of employees and overall operation of the clinic. Dr. Ignatius Da’ap is the Medical Officer In Charge of the clinic. Dr. Adekunle Alao supervises the overall operation of the clinic and all diocesan medical ministry outreach on behalf of the Anglican Bishop of Kaduna, the Rt. Rev. Timothy Yahaya.
Two doctors, Matron (head Nurse), Four Nurses, One Pharmacist, One Lab Technician, One Assistant Accountant, One Records Staff, One Ambulance Drive, Four security guards.
Below is Matron / head nurse Alice, Dr. Ignatius our Chief Medical Officer and Dr Okeme at Kateri Medical Clinic.
Statistics for 2017
4,230 patients at regular clinic
2,190 at free medical mission
1,000 patients at mobile clinics
7,420 total patients served
Majority of Diseases
Malaria, Typhoid, Dysentery, Peptic Ulcer Disease, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease,
Diabetes, Febrile Convulsions.
125 babies delivered, 154 Road Traffic Accident victims served.