SMT Congo Hospital

SMT Hospital DR Congo – Central Africa

✓ Imani hospital in Kavumu has 9 rooms ✓ Imani hospital in Kavumu has 9 rooms -Emergency room -Male ward = 12 beds-Female Ward = 15 beds -Operating theatre -Pharmacy -Labour room-Consultation room-Laboratory-Administration office-Two toilets two showers for male and female  ✓ We treat 90 patients a week on average. Approximately 12 patients per day Staff Two doctors: Dr Aime Bakenga & Dr kale Ibrahimu Four nurses: Isa Nadia Papy Saidi Julie  Two security staff to cleaners One ambulance driver. ✓ Illnesses and treatment  • Chagas disease. • Dengue. • C section of Infectious Diseases. • Malaria. • Leishmaniasis. • Lymphatic • All surgical intervention  Bacterial Infections • Clinical pathology • EBV and human endogenous retroviruses
• Fungal Infection • HBV • Hepatitis • HIV/AIDS • Hospital infection • Tuberculosis • Viral Infection • DiabetesOur resources are limited this prevents us from providing a wider range of treatment and care. The people who are most affected by these diseases are often the poorest populations. People living in remote, rural areas, urban slums or conflict zones are affected the most. Neglected tropical diseases persist under conditions of poverty and are concentrated almost exclusively in the impoverished populations in the developing world.

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✓ Imani hospital in Kavumu has 9 rooms ✓ Imani hospital in Kavumu has 9 rooms -Emergency room -Male ward = 12 beds-Female Ward = 15 beds -Operating theatre -Pharmacy -Labour room-Consultation room-Laboratory-Administration office-Two toilets two showers for male and female ✓ We treat 90 patients a week on average. Approximately 12 patients per day Staff Two doctors: Dr Aime Bakenga & Dr kale Ibrahimu Four nurses: Isa Nadia Papy Saidi Julie Two security staff to cleaners One ambulance driver ✓ Illnesses and treatment  • Chagas disease. • Dengue. • C section  • Infectious Diseases. • Malaria. • Leishmaniasis. • Lymphatic • All surgical intervention  Bacterial Infections • Clinical pathology • EBV and human endogenous retroviruses • Fungal Infection • HBV • Hepatitis • HIV/AIDS • Hospital infection • Tuberculosis • Viral Infection • DiabetesOur resources are limited this prevents us from providing a wider range of treatment and care. The people who are most affected by these diseases are often the poorest populations. People living in remote, rural areas, urban slums or conflict zones are affected the most. Neglected tropical diseases persist under conditions of poverty and are concentrated almost exclusively in the impoverished populations in the developing world.