St. Albert's Mission Hospital serves a population of 130,345 and is the referral centre for 14 rural health centres. It has 140 beds and a staff of five doctors, eight midwives, one state-certified nurse, 22 registered general nurses, 19 primary-care nurses and 14 nurse aides.
St. Albert's offers counseling, testing and treatment to pregnant women and those with HIV/AIDS; maintain a home-based care program, provides school fees and food to orphans; trains desperately needed midwives, raise crops to feed patients and maintains a reservoir and water purification to keep the hospital open during periods of drought.
In Aug. 2013, the hospital began a cervical cancer prevention program, with the help of Better Healthcare for Africa and the Sarita Kenedy East Foundation, to reduce suffering and death due to cervical cancer, the leading cause of cancer death among women in Zimbabwe.
This website is currently being updated and revised. It will present the programs and work of St. Albert's physicians and staff.
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