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THE PLEDGE
“Once again, I promise You, my Lord, though it means
suffering unto death, that I wish to spend my life here in this place I have chosen, to be used by You. May God help me.” (George Leslie Mackay, April 7, 1872)

THE HOSPITAL EMBLEM
Burn out rather than rust out
The emblem of Mackay Memorial Hospital (M.M.H.) consists of a red cross and a burning bush. The red cross is a symbol of medicine, and the burning bush recalls the bush that burned but was not consumed in the wilderness, a miracle of God. It awed Moses and summoned him to lead the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt.