St Paul’s Musami Mission Hospital in Murewa has become the latest institution to benefit from the government’s drive to improve the health delivery system, with infrastructure being refurbished at the facility.
Deputy Minister of Health and Child Care Dr. John Mangwiro said the second republic was leaving no stone unturned in the drive to improve the health delivery system while he was on a tour of St Paul’s Musami Mission Hospital in Murewa this Wednesday.
Dr. Mangwiro revealed that the government is working on the refurbishment of the eye and dental units as well as the theatre, pharmacy, and mortuary which has not been functional.
“We want all our health institutions to offer the best services so that our people have access to quality health services.”
Hospital board chairman Francis Dyanda and area legislator Honourable Jonah Sewera welcomed the government’s intervention.
“We are happy as a hospital to have been given this support and we want to thank the government.”
Established by the Roman Catholic Church in 1961, St Paul’s Musami Mission which serves people from Murewa, Goromonzi, and Marondera is one of the oldest and biggest referral hospitals in Mashonaland East with a catchment area of 50 thousand people.