A new hospital recently opened in Botswana is being touted as a paperless hospital without borders. Bokamoso Private Hospital, a 200-bed, state-of-the-art specialty hospital that opened in January, is allowing patients to stay in the country for the medical care they need, said officials. The hospital is located in Botswana’s capital Gaborone, which has a population of just over 300,000. The hospital is home to an advanced information technology department that supports electronic medical records and telemedicine capability with satellite connectivity. The physicians and nurses employed by the hospital come from all over the world and follow U.S. protocols for care, providing trauma, cancer, cardiac and orthopedic treatment for patients. The hospital also has a full service labor and delivery unit using an LDRP room model. According to hospital officials, Bokamoso has served over 7,400 patients since it opened its doors, achieving a growth rate of more than 50 percent from month to month. Bokamoso offers a prototype for new model of low-cost, high-quality care around the world, said officials. The hospital is owned by the Bokamoso Private Hospital Trust, formed by Botswana Public Officers Medical Aid Scheme (BPMOS) and PULA Medical Aid Fund (PULA), and is a private not-for-profit healthcare provider.