United Bulawayo Hospitals
|United Bulawayo Hospital|
|Location||Bulawayo Metropolitan Province, Zimbabwe|
United Bulawayo Hospitals is a combination of the Mpilo Hospital and Central Hospital. The United Bulawayo Hospitals is a government tertiary hospital and subsidised by the Zimbabwean government. It is located in the Eastern side of the second largest city in Zimbabwe, in Bulawayo Metropolitan Province. United Bulawayo Hospital is one of the six central hospitals in Zimbabwe, the other hospitals are Mpilo Central Hospital, Ingutsheni Hospital, Harare Hospital, Chitungwiza, and Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals
The United Bulawayo Hospitals was opened in 1937 at Khumalo as an extension of the Old Memorial Hospital. The United Bulawayo Hospital is the second referral centres in the Southern Region of Zimbabwe. It has the capacity of 600 beds.
According to their website :
To be the preferred health services provider in the SADC region.
To provide affordable quality health care services as well as training for the health services professionals and undertake applied health research.
- Patient Care Centered
- Team Work
- Respect and Diversity
- Accountability and Transparency
- Environmental Responsibility
Currently, we are focusing on re-equipping the hospital, rehabilitation of infrastructure and continuous improvement in patient care.
The Hospitals offers cancer screening as well as HIV/AIDS tests at the maternity wards. The following Provinces are attended at United Bulawayo Hospital, Bulawayo Metropolitan Province, Matabeleland North Province, Matabeleland South Province, Masvingo Province and Midlands Province.
MAIN HOSPITAL BLOCK
Casualty Department Pharmacy Ellis Grey Kitchen
Theatre Private Ward ICU X-Ray
Redrup Pettigrew Physiotherapy Accounts Department
Male Ward Eyes
Post Natal Private Ward
Post Natal & Special Baby Care Unit
The College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa accredited the hospital for training in general surgery, urology, ENT and orthopaedic surgery.
- United Bulawayo Hospitals, UBH, Published: DATE_PUBLISHED_HERE , Retrieved: 21 March 2018