HCJB Global Hands runs two hospitals in Ecuador:
Hospital Vozandes Quito (HVQ) is a missionary urban general hospital strategically located on the north side of Ecuador’s capital city. The hospital serves as a trauma centre and has residencies in family practice and ophthalmology. Current inpatient bed capacity is 74. The original hospital opened in 1955, and it continues to expand in response to the high patient volumes.
Hospital Vozandes del Oriente (HVO) is located at the edge of the Amazon basin in Shell, 150 miles (250 km) southeast of Quito. It is an intermediate healthcare facility that offers general medical, surgical and outpatient services for those living in remote areas. It also offers pastoral services and is a referral facility for other healthcare centres. Inpatient bed capacity is 30. The original hospital opened in 1958 but it was completely rebuilt and the new buildings inaugurated in 1985.