Health services

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Primary Health Care

In the Mulanje district there are over 550,000 inhabitants. The immediate catchment area for the hospital and its Primary Health Care program is 72 villages with around 80,000 people. The Primary Health Care Department focuses on four intervention areas: Environmental Health; Mother and Child Health; Nutrition; HIV / AIDS community interventions (Counseling services, Home Based Care, People …

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Outpatients

The Out-Patient Department serves as the entry point where all patients are seen first before being referred to any other department at the hospital.

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Inpatients

Currently we have 204 beds divided over 4 main departments: a general male ward, general female ward, paediatric ward, and a maternity wing which provides a labour ward, postnatal ward, nursery and kangaroo mother care. Read more …

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Support services

The provision of primary care and hospital based clinical services at MMH is underpinned by a range of support services.  Some of these are clinical such as laboratory, radiology and pharmacy services, others include human resources, staff training and capacity building, accounts and maintaining vehicles and buildings. The following video features the work of staff …

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