Design Philosophy

Behind the design of each of these facilties is a philosophy combining innovation and unsurpassed international healthcare practices, whilst fulfilling the specific needs of Zimbabwe. Each hospital and health centre has been designed with an appreciation of context, in view of factors such as logistics, climate, client requirements and the use of locally sourced materials.

The design priority is to support the best and most appropriate modern clinical procedures, together with enhancing patient care and well-being. Each facility resides within a therapeutic landscape and utilises local indigenous plant species and natural resources to promote patient healing.

The Hospitals and Health Centres are designed to support the latest and most locally appropriate clinical standards and operational sustainability features, whilst complementing and enhancing staff training and expertise.

120-Bed Hospital

The 120-bed Hospital provides a welcoming and therapeutic environment that has been designed to enhance patient experience, whilst providing exceptional value for money by boasting minimal maintenance and a low energy footprint.

The hospital utilises an innovative design that provides sustainable systems for ventilation, power and lighting through harnessing the natural resources, lowering operating costs as well as improving patient experience.

Each hospital boasts 21st century equipment and facilities, whilst all functions are supported by appropriately specified and sophisticated mechanical, electrical and telecommunication systems, developed in conjunction with the customer.

Health Centres

The 20-bed Health Centres provide primary healthcare provisions to Zimbabwe’s rural regions, offering greater accessibility to health care and filtering admissions to larger District Hospitals.

These facilities employ state-of-the-art medical equipment within a therapeutic environment, adopting a holistic approach to patient recovery.

All Health Centres are designed to be flexible facilities to cope with the demands of modern Zimbabwean healthcare and offer the following services:

  • Outpatient
  • Maternity
  • ART (Antiretroviral Therapy)
  • Inpatient
  • Staff Accommodation

Locations

News Blog

Ministry of Finance Visit to Harare South Site

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George Guvamatanga, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOF), visited the Harare South site on 7th of May 2021.

He was accompanied by Andrew Bvumbe, Head of Debt Management MOF, Graciano Nyaguse, Director of Resource Mobilization, and other directors. Brian Madamombe, Alistair Johnston, Donald Fraser and Tendayi Gatsi were also in attendance to represent NMSI.

The MOF delegation was impressed with construction progress and pledged to maintain continuity of funding for the project.

Harare South Site Handover

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The Harare South Health Centre site was officially handed over to NMSI by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) on 1 July 2020.
With all site inspections completed, the official handover meeting for the site of the proposed Harare South Health Centre in Stoneridge was attended by Tinashe Chidhubha and Gaylord Munhuwa from the Ministry of Local Government & Public Works (MLGPW); Eng. Clive Marimo from MOHCC; David Gate from DIT; and NMSI representatives Phibion Makoni, Brian Madamombe and Tendayi Gatsi; with social distancing protocols observed.

The Stoneridge site is the first to be constructed under the 2020 Health Facilities Programme, masterminded by MOHCC under a $210 Million health infrastructure investment programme, involving the design, construction, equipping and commissioning of three new 120-bed District Hospitals and thirty new 20-bed Health Centres.

Project Funding Update – Project Set To Begin

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The funding is now in place for the works to begin on the first of the 30 Health Centres that will be built as part of the Ministry of Health and Child Care’s Health Facilities Programme.

The funds have allowed for the designs of the Health Centres and the first facility, to be located in South Harare, to be finalised; and while the land surveys and environmental works are due to begin imminently, bi-lateral discussions are taking place with various funders to bring the rest of the contract to life.

This phases now ushers in an exciting beginning to this “Built To Care” project, delivering quality healthcare facilities to the people of Zimbabwe.