Tebow CURE Hospital Serves 1,000th AdmissionJune 1st, 2017
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For two and a half years, the Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City in the Philippines has been providing life-changing surgeries for children who could not otherwise afford care. These children are often made fun of, mocked, or more devastatingly, considered outcasts from their village. At the Tebow CURE Hospital they receive treatment for their physical ailments and hear the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Recently, the Tebow CURE Hospital admitted its 1,000th patient! That’s 1,000 children whose lives are forever changed!
1,000 kids like Shairah, who, after previous failed surgeries, no longer walks with a clubfoot!
1,000 kids like Sean, who was born with amniotic band syndrome that left him with a deformed leg, and who now walks freely!
1,000 kids like Zian, who was born with a cleft lip and palate, who can now smile proudly!
1,000 patients is just the beginning! Each day, new patients are welcomed, regardless of the ability to pay, to the Tebow CURE Hospital. Their lives are changed as their physical bodies are transformed from their disabilities and their spiritual hearts are healed by the power of the gospel.
If you would like to help us provide healing to patients like Shairah, Sean, and Zain, physically and spiritually, donate today by clicking here.
About the Tebow CURE Hospital
In 2011, the Tim Tebow Foundation partnered with CURE International to build the Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. The state-of-the-art orthopedic facility opened its doors in December of 2014 to provide physical and spiritual healing to children of the Philippines who could not otherwise afford care.