Okavango sub-district finally gets much-needed hospital

 Kavindama Primary Hospital
Kavindama Primary Hospital

After so many years of struggle without a fully-fledged hospital, the Okavango Sub-District will has finally got one.

For years residents of Okavango have been pleading with the government to build a hospital for them since they have to travel long distances to get health services as far-flung as Maun and Gumare.

The JP Kavindama Primary Hospital will be opened today (Monday). According to Ministry of Health Chief Public Relations Officer, Dr Christopher Nyanga, the services that would be offered include outpatient services, social work services, counselling services, pharmaceutical services, maternity services (labour and delivery, immediate neonatal care, immediate ante-natal care, and immediate post-natal care) and laboratory services.

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