Trinity hospital is a mission hospital founded by the sisters of Divine Providence under the diocese of Chikwawa.
It is situated in the north eastern part of Nsanje district which makes part of the diocese. It is found in the area of T/A Mlolo in Nsanje district.
It lies in the shire valley, one of the hottest and most humid places in Malawi and the diocese. The catchment area is also prone to flooding.
Transportation is the biggest challenge of this area since the seasonal earth roads are often washed away or cut off due to excessive flooding.
The nearby hospitals and referral hospital with specialists are at a distance with Chikwawa district hospital 70km away, Nsanje district hospital 80 km away, Thyolo district hospital 69 km away, Montfort mission hospital 98 km away and Queen Elizabeth central hospital 100 km away.
The nearest health centre is 5 km away with the furthest 27 km away.
The hospital serves a population of about 150,000 local people with a fraction of that being immigrants from Mozambique.
The hospital offers both out and in patients health care, maternity services, has special care unit, male and female wards, paediatrics, isolation, operating theatre, eye clinic, orthopaedic clinic, pharmacy, laboratory, X-ray and ultrasound and ART clinic.