Ophthalmic services are still done by an ophthalmic Nurse mostly at OPD. Outreach services were done to four Dispensaries supervised by our Hospital and to some nearby villages in our service area.
TB and Leprosy services
Services in this Unit are provided free of charge and it is according to National Health Policy on TB & Leprosy
DOT Staff giving health education to Patient on how to use TB Medicine
Dental and Oral Health
Dental and Oral Health Clinic is ran by trained Clinical Officers who are trained in term of short courses. This unit during this financial year was blessed to receive a variety of modern equipments which were installed as a donation from i-aid Africa which is an Organization originated in Sweden. This organization invited one of our Clinical Officer who is supervising the Dental Unit for a short course training at Kolandoto Hospital- Shinyanga Region. From now onwards, the Unit is able to render the following services: Dental Extraction; Dental Polishing; Dental Filling; and Dura phat application for Dental Hypersensitivity.
In patient Department
The Hospital has mainly four wards.
(1) Imani ward – Female ward (both surgical and medical patients)
(2) Kisula ward – Maternity ward (including Labour ward)
(3) Upendo ward – Pediatric ward (both surgical and medical patients)
(4) Yegela ward – A ward used for both Surgical and medical male patients
The Hospital has got two operating rooms, one for major surgeries and another for minor surgeries. The major Operating room during this financial year was renovated and a new Theatre lamp was installed and a new Anaesthetic machine monitor was brought; all these being a donation from “ i aid Africa” an organization originated in Sweden