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Asuncion Adventist Sanitarium (Sanatorio Adventista de Asuncion or SAA) is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the Paraguay Union of Churches Mission territory. It is headquartered on 380 Silvio Pettirossi Avenue and is crossed by Paí Perez, ZIP code: 001221, in the state of Teniente Silvio Pettirossi, San Roque county, in the capital city of Asunción, Paraguay.

Atoifi Adventist Hospital is a Seventh-day Adventist medical and surgical institution situated on the isolated east cost of Malaita, one of the larger of the Solomon Islands’ 992 islands.

Auckland Adventist hospital was located at 188 St. Heliers Bay Road, St. Heliers, Auckland, New Zealand. It was administered as an institution of the Trans-Tasman Union Conference, South Pacific Division. It operated between 1974 and 1999.

​The Australasian Research Institute (ARI) began July 20, 2004, to coordinate research activities within the Sydney Adventist Hospital (SAH) and also conduct and promote research in association with other Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) organizations and the community.

​The Union Conference Record dated January 1, 1900, announced the dedication of the Avondale Health Retreat on December 27, 1899.

On December 8, 1966, the hospital was inaugurated and given the official name of Bacolod Sanitarium and Hospital with Dr. Willis Gentry Dick as its first medical director. The name of the hospital was changed to Bacolod Adventist Medical Center (BAMC) in 2004. Adventist Medical Center-Bacolod is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, specifically under the Central Philippine Union Conference.

​The Clínica Adventista da Bahia (Bahia Adventist Clinic) is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which is part of the Adventist Health International Network. It is located in the territory of the East Brazil Union Mission and operates on the Faculdade Adventista da Bahia (Bahia Adventist College) (FADBA) campus in the city of Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil.

Bandar Lampung Adventist Hospital is located in the city of Bandar Lampung, 145 miles west of Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta. Situated on the southern tip of Sumatera Island, it is one of the well-known hospitals in the city as well across Lampung Province.

The Battle Creek Sanitarium was a world-renowned Adventist health resort in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States.

​Belem Adventist Hospital (Hospital Adventista de Belém, or HAB) is a medical institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil.

Belgrano Adventist Clinic is a medical health institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, located in the territory of the Argentine Union Conference. Its headquarters is located at 1710 Estomba Street, Belgrano District, C1430 EGF, Buenos Aires, in Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Benghazi Adventist Hospital was a general hospital owned and operated by the Nile Union Mission and the Middle East Division from 1956 to 1969 in Benghazi, Cyrenaica, Libya. It was administered by a medical director and it included medical, surgical, and obstetrical departments, in addition to providing laboratory, x-ray, and pharmaceutical services.

Bere Adventist Hospital is located in Tandjilé province, Central Tandjilé department, about 400 kilometers southwest of N’Djamena, Chad.

During the 1890s at a time when Helping Hand Missions were being established in many cities around Australia and New Zealand, Doctors Eric and Margaret Caro and some members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Napier, New Zealand, formed what was termed a Christian Help Band to assist released female prisoners and “the fallen.

Boliu Hospital on the Island of Mussau, Papua New Guinea was opened in 1955. It was closed in 1977 when a government facility opened approximately thirty minutes’ walk from the mission station.

Seventh-day Adventist health services in Burundi can be traced back to the early days of the Adventist church in the country. In 1925 David E. Delhove, Burundi’s first Adventist missionary, settled in Buganda, in Cibitoke province. He reached people through evangelism, education, and health programs. In 1983 Seventh-day Adventist Welfare Services (SAWS), now Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), launched in Burundi.

​Busan Adventist Hospital (aka Sahmyook Busan Byeongwon) is one of the medical missionary organizations administered by the Korean Union Conference. Located at 170 Daetiro, Seo-gu, Busan, as of the end of 2020, the hospital had 49 doctors, 280 nurses, and 191 other employees with a total of 520. The hospital has 271 beds.

Cape Sanitarium (also known as Plumstead Sanitarium) was a medical institution of the South African Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists that operated from 1904 to 1934.

​Caracas Adventist Clinic Center is an institution with a long tradition linked to the beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Venezuela. It is an iconic entity located in the historic center of the city’s well-known Quinta Crespo sector. In that location there are a few state institutions, including the legislative branch. It is located in Calle Sur 4, Dolores a Puente Soublette, Adventist Dispensary building, Quinta Crespo. The three-story building was built in 1980. Its original name was Caracas Adventist Dispensary until December 2011, when it was given the present name. Medical and health services have been the fundamental foundation for evangelizing the country; services are offered with a message of hope. Caracas Adventist Clinic Center has been an inspiration for the creation of other institutions, such as Venezuela Adventist Hospital in Barquisimeto and Adventist Clinic in Maturín. The Concordia Adventist Church is now located at this location.

​Cave Memorial Clinic and Nursing Home in Barbados is named after Dr. Charles Jerome Bright Cave (1879-1939), a pioneering Barbadian physician.