Monrovia's main hospital is fine for basic needs (it can do malaria tests), but should be avoided for more serious matters, unless the hospital's annual flying surgeons are in town.
Head here in the first instance if you fall sick; this clinic is the best-equipped in the country, trusted by expats.
Honorary consul, emergency assistance only; otherwise contact the British High Commission in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Right opposite JFK Hospital, this pharmacy is trusted by international organisations and has knowledgeable staff.
No consular section – the closest is in Accra, Ghana.