Entrance to the Migrant Workers' Hospital, located in the Kuro district of Seoul
Another view of the front entrance.
One more viw of the front entrance.
The directory to the building shows all the related tenants of the Foreign Migrant Workers' House and hospital.
A sign directing foreign migrant workers to the hospital/clinic.
The founder and president of the Foreign Migrant Workers' House and MWH, Kim Hae-Sung. He is showing some of the collected patient records over the first year of operation (for the hospital)
Some of the staff of the Foreign Migrant Workers' House
The reception desk of the Migrant Workers' Hospital (files are for current patients)
Some of the facilities at the MWH
Some of the facilities/equipment at the MWH
The supply room.
A patient room.
Another view of the patient room.
An operating room at the MWH. The conditions are far from ideal, but the MWH provides all surgical services free of charge.
Another view of the operating room.
Kim Hae-Sung with one of the patients at the MWH.
A patient at the MWH.
Patients watching television in the hospital lounge. The older patients are ethnic Koreas from China.
A seminary class held in one of the center's many classrooms.
One of the rooms for the homeless migrants.
Another room for homeless migrants. Most of the residents are ethnic Koreans from China.
The MWH also maintains its own drugstore.
The MWH has its own ambulance, donated by the Shinsegae group, a large private company in Korea.
Another ambulance--this one was donated b the Lotte Welfare Corporation.