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Kudjip Nazarene Hospital

Kudjip Nazarene Hospital

Kudjip Nazarene Hospital

Engage Magazine

Scrub Technician
Engage Magazine

Nazarene Hospital Foundation

Nazarene Hospital

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Kudjip Hospital Electricity

www.swonaznmi.org, 9 Nov 2010 [cached]

Dr. Bill McCoy is the head of Kudjip Hospital. He says, "We need to build a new dam and gate, make some major renovations and repairs to our small 'powerhouse', purchase and install a good back-up generator, and restore our hydroelectric system.

Engage Magazine - Video: A night at Kudjip Hospital

www.engagemagazine.com, 1 Oct 2010 [cached]

Bill McCoy, a doctor at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital in Papua New Guinea, walks us through a midnight call to the emergency room.

Engage Magazine - Journey to new, updated hospital lasted three years

www.engagemagazine.com, 1 Nov 2009 [cached]

Dr. Bill McCoy is administrator of Kudjip Nazarene Hospital, and has served in Papua New Guinea with his wife, Marsha, since 1996.

Bill McCoy

Bill walked in to find the ...

engagemagazine.com, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]

Bill walked in to find the patient was amazingly awake and able to answer questions, despite having been shot through the neck not long before. As Bill examined Kalap, he discovered that, thankfully, the bullet didn't go through any major blood vessels, his spinal cord, bones or brain, which is one reason why he was awake. However, the bullet did go through his pharynx, which was going to create problems in the near future for the patient to be able to breathe.

Normally, Bill would stabilize the patient and then call Jim Radcliffe, our surgeon, and let him know of the need for establishing a better surgical airway (by putting a tube into his neck - a tracheostomy.) But on this Friday night, Jim was enjoying the last weekend he had with his kids and grandkids at Kugark, and so he wasn't available to help.
Bill considered sending the patient to a referral hospital in Mt. Hagen, but it was already dark and there was a chance nothing would be done in the night there, and so he decided to keep Kalap here, knowing that he might yet require a better airway.
In the next few hours, Kalap's neck swelled more and more from the effects of the gunshot wound; his breathing became more and more labored. Bill knew this man was going to die unless the doctors could get a better airway into him, so Bill took him to the operating room to see if he could be intubated or to try a cricothyrotomy (cutting a hole just below the adam's apple and putting a tube into the trachea to help him breathe).
Bill, David (our anesthetist), Vero (our scrub technician) and now I, were working to get everything ready to try and intubate him and, if necessary, to do the emergency cricothyrotomy.

Nazarene Hospital Foundation : NEWSLETTER

www.nazarenehospitalfoundation.org, 12 June 2008 [cached]

By Dr. Bill McCoy, Nazarene Hospital

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