Sovereign Military Hospitaller
Order of St John of Jerusalem of
Rhodes and of Malta

Medical facilities


Malteser International launches new emergency operating centre in Nairobi

Malteser International, the Order of Malta’s worldwide relief agency, has launched a new Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) for the public ambulance service, in Nairobi Kenya. In the future the office will be used for the organization of ambulance missions and the distribution of patients to hospitals.


Order of Malta hospital in Djougou, Benin, a countrywide reference centre

The Order of Malta’s Hospital in Djougou, in the north of Benin, is a national reference centre for new mothers and babies.


Holy Family Hospital saving lives amid the Covid pandemic

Pregnancy is a special time full of excitement and hope, but for Marianne and George, the Covid 19 pandemic tainted this beautiful experience with fear, anxiety and uncertainty.


Lebanon: agreement with two hospitals for combating Covid-19

The Order of Malta’s Lebanese Association, St. Michael’s Hospital Foundation and Notre-Dame Maritime Hospital in the Jbeil district – near Byblos - have established a partnership to step up the fight against the pandemic.


Born at the Holy Family Hospital at only 27 weeks, Baby Lilian finally discharged

After spending 106 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Baby Lilian, born on 20 December 2020, has now been discharged from the Holy Family Hospital, the Order of Malta run hospital based in Bethlehem.


The First Baby of Christmas in Bethlehem 2020

Holy Family Hospital’s all-Palestinian staff of 172 have been eagerly awaiting the first Christmas baby as a sign of hope against the grim backdrop of Covid-19 in Bethlehem.


Order of Malta in Germany to the starting blocks for the vaccination campaign against Covid-19

Hundreds of Covid-19 vaccination centres will be operational in a matter of weeks across Europe. The Order of Malta’s organizational machinery in Germany is also setting up centres

Latest interventions

‘A week after the apocalypse in Beirut.’

A week ago a terrible explosion brought destruction and death to Beirut. The President of the Order of Malta's Lebanese Association, Marwan Sehnaoui, wrote a letter of appeal, which is not only a cry of grief for the battered Lebanon, but also describes the activities carried out in support of the population.


Covid-19, the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem is working harder than ever before and needs help

In early June, the cases of Covid-19 began to grow exponentially in Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, the area from where the Holy Family Hospital of Bethlehem draws its patients.