Mission Hospitals and clinics in Zimbabwe contribute 68% health care delivery in rural Zimbabwe and 35% nationally. Most mission hospitals and clinics are in remote and hard to reach areas and provide services to underserved , marginalized and vulnerable communities.
Twenty two (22) Hospitals are designated district hospitals and provide national training for Primary Care Nurses and Upskilling to Midwives , State Registered Nurses and Midwives. The output of these cadres contribute to the national workforce.
Mission hospitals also provide community medical and rural attachment for Government Medical Officers trainees from the University of Zimbabwe school of Medicines.
- Out Patient Department
- Admissions wards
- Maternity services
- Family and Child Health clinic
- Opportunistic infections clinic
- School of nursing
- Infection control
- Laboratory services
- Pharmaceutical services
- Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid and Cervicography
- Operational Theatre
- Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision
- Dental Services