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Bairo Pite Clinic

Timor-Leste is a tropical paradise located 480 kilometres north of Australia and is home to more than 1.1 million people. As Asia’s newest nation, gaining independence in 1999, Timor-Leste is a country determined to rebuild itself out of the ashes of foreign occupation.

The Bairo Pite Clinic (BPC) located in the capital city of Dili, provides free healthcare services in its commitment to serve the people of Timor-Leste. Having saved the lives of thousands of men, women and children, the Clinic with 55 inpatient beds established by Dr Dan Murphy in 1999, is one of Timor-Leste’s greatest success stories.

Bairo Pite Clinic is an NGO established under the laws of Timor-Leste.  Bairo Pite Hospital (BPH) is an Australian not-for-profit company limited by guarantee established with the main objective of supporting and enhancing Bairo Pite Clinic’s delivery of healthcare to the Timorese people.

Dr Dan Murphy

Dr Dan Murphy

A unique haven of care and compassion, the Clinic is an internationally respected centre for healthcare that continues to be dependent on the commitment and charitable donations of individuals and organisations across the globe.

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    • Three unique delivers this week

      Bairo Pite Clinic had three babies this week with stories that will go down in their family folk law. On Thursday evening our patient delivered her babe in the taxi just as they arrived on site. Mum and babe are fine. On Friday another lady delivered in the family car. Both are being cared for by

    • For the kids from the kids

      For the kids from the kids….. Our current Medical Volunteer Ross had his Mum fundraise at her school in Consett, (North of England). We received a donation from the Infants yesterday and a thank.

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    • Full container arriving this week with medical equipment from OZ

      In October 2013 a function was held on the Gold Coast to help raise some fund for the Bairo Pite Hospital in East Timor. Luckily for Bairo Pite Clinic, in attendance was a fine young man who worked fo.

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