The Copperbelt University (CBU) clinic is a government run university clinic. Like other government clinics, this is a primary healthcare facility for students and staff alike. Here decisions are made as to whether patients need just reassurance, treatment, observation, or emergency referral to a hospital.
Kitwe Central Hospital (KCH) is located in Kitwe, in the Copperbelt Province in Zambia. It is run by the Provincial Health Department. The eye unit at KCH is accommodated in 2 converted houses, about 2 kilometres from the main hospital. The eye unit is responsible for the provision of eye read more
Company clinic are one of the oldest clinics in Kitwe with out-patient and in-patient facilities and in house service under dedicated staff. They have been providing community-based healthcare and a wide range of quality healthcare services since 1972. Their family physicians provide comprehensive primary care, while the Walk-in Clinic ensures all read more
Like other government clinics, this is a primary healthcare facility and the first point of call for un-well patients in the area. Here decisions are made as to whether patients need just reassurance, treatment, observation, or emergency referral to a hospital. These clinics are often very busy and more often read more
Kitwe Central Hospital was opened in 1958 and was directly controlled from Lusaka administratively until 1994 when the Kitwe Hospital Management Board was formed. KCH has bed capacity of around 630 providing mostly acute but also elective medical and surgical services. Together with the hospitals in Ndola, it also acts read more