Best Health care in Mwanza
Best Health Care in Mwanza: Mwanza offers breath-taking landscapes, fascinating wildlife and tranquil lakes. Though local culture can be quite different from Western norms, the adjustment is often significantly eased by the typically friendly and welcoming attitude of Tanzanians.
Most expats moving to Tanzania do so to work in industries such as construction, tourism and agriculture, or as part of a corporate move within their existing company. There are a number of humanitarian projects based within the country and these also draw expats from around the world.
Unfortunately, the quality of medical care in the country is generally low, and expats will likely need to make arrangements for a comprehensive private international health insurance plan.
Medical assistance can be hard to find in Tanzania, particularly outside of major cities. Inadequate funding plagues the country’s public health system with the result that the available facilities, staff and resources aren’t adequate to accommodate Tanzania’s growing population.
Expats working in the public sector are automatically signed up for the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF), which allows access to public healthcare. Because of the low quality of care at government hospitals and clinics, most expats avoid using public healthcare facilities even if they have access via the NHIF.
It is common practice for expats to purchase private health insurance in addition to making the mandatory NHIF contributions, so that they can use private healthcare providers instead. Those who work in the private sector can sign up for the NHIF voluntarily.
Most expats opt to use private doctors and hospitals in Tanzania. However, options for private healthcare are generally limited to a few facilities in Dar es Salaam. For emergency or specialised treatment, medical evacuation to Kenya or South Africa will often be recommended to expats.
Medical treatment in Tanzania is usually expensive, particularly in the private sector. It is therefore imperative that expats ensure they have a comprehensive healthcare plan which covers not only day-to-day medical expenses, but transportation and treatment costs in case of medical evacuation as well.
In no particular order of preference the following are the list of Medical care in Mwanza:
Aga Khan Hospital
Mobile: +255 782-449466 / +255 788-928233 / +255 685-167226
Shree Hindu Mandal Hospital
Tel: 255-28-2542070, 2501014
Mobile: +255 754-618873, +255 748-388105, +255 784-683738,+255-788-638742
Kolandoto Hospital (AICT)
Mobile: +255 741-226992, +255 754-388105
Bugando medical Centre
Tel: +255 028 2500513 Fax: +255 028 2500799
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Dr. Miriam Ganamutupule (Resident Doctor)
Aga Khan Medical Center
Doctor on call: +255 777-521193
Dr. Charles Majinga, Director
Bugando Medical Center
Tel: 255-28-2500817, 2500513, 2540610
Dr. Alvin Rocero & Dr. Leila Rocero
Heri Adventist Hospital/Seventh Day Adventist Clinic
Mobile: +255 754-801534, +255 754-0168137, +255 757-502168
Dr. Mustafa Bapumiya, Cardiologist.
Aga Khan Hospital
Mobile: +255 754-284276
Dr. Sharon Lord, Clinical Psychologist
C/O Radiology Department, Aga Khan Hospital
Dr. Nurrudin Lakhani, Pediatrician
Aga Khan Hospital
Mobile: +255 741-402814
Dr. Shabbir Mohamedali, Dentist
SD Dental Clinic
Kaluta Street City Center
P.O. Box 79716, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +255-22-2116630, Mobile: +255 767-707777
AMREF Dar es Salaam Office
The Flying Doctors’ Society of Africa
P.O. Box 2773, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
AMREF in Tanzania, Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road
Tel: 255-22-2116610, 2127187
Knight Support (T) Ltd.
Mobile Emergency: +255 754-777100, +255 784-555911, +255 754-123199
Mission Aviation Fellowship – Tanzania
Tel: +255-26-2352880 office hours: Mon – Fri 0800 – 1700
Mobile: +255 754-308440 (after hours emergencies)
Ultimate Security Limited
P.O. Box 21231, Dar es Salaam
Tel: 255-22-2667722, 2667552
Mobile: +255 713-123911 (24hrs Control Room)
Diamond Carvalho (Chief Operations Manager) +255 713-123199
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