In 2004, the hospital had 260 410 total visits. Of this total, 194 645 or 74.75% of these were first visits. Of all the total visits, 38 125 patients (14.64%) were seen by a doctor.
Ten different wards:
• Ward I – Gynaecology
• Ward II – Medical Male
• Ward III – Medical Female
• Ward IV – Surgery Female
• Ward V – Maternity
• Ward VI – Surgery Male & ICU
• Ward VII – Paediatric
• Ward VIII – TB
• Ward IX – Communicable diseases
• Ward X – Private Ward
• Ward XI – Not currently in use but to be a low cost ward for patients.
Many smaller clinics and services as well:
• General, Maternal, General Medical, and Special Outpatient divisions.
• Eye clinic
• Dental clinic
• Rehabilitation therapy
• X ray Department
• Operating Theatre
• Onandjokwe Chapel
• Social Work
• Physical Therapy
• Antenatal Care
• Pathology laboratory run by Namibia Institute of Pathology specializing in clinical laboratory testing.
• Environmental Health Services
• Kitchen with catering services
• In – house machine and labor workshop
• A Nursing college with a student population of between 100 and 150 every year. The college usually admits 50 - 70 per entry year. The college is a two-year program culminating in a Certificate as an enrolled nurse and midwife.
• Katonyala, a Voluntary Counselling and Testing centre for HIV/AIDS as well as providing counselling for STDs. Also a location for Childline/Lifeline Namibia, an NGO specializing in child welfare.
• Shanamutango, building dedicated to HIV awareness and prevention. Services include: Prevention Mother To Child Transmission (PMTCT), Antenatal Care (ANC), Antiretroviral (ARV) Pharmacy.
• Nashikwele, a building dedicated to provide housing for pregnant mothers who live far from the hospital and are expecting to give birth within a few days.
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