Zephania & Mildrate Matanga Medical Centre
The layout of the current Zephania and Mildrate Matanga Medical Centre facilities was designed to promote efficiency and flexibility in the provision of out-patient, maternity care and critical care services within the current context and in line with the National Regulations and requirements for establishing such facilities in Zimbabwe. All the buildings were designed for specific activities and are defined by the activity they contain covering the outpatient department, maternity care and critical care services.
- In addition, laundry and mortuary structures are in the process of being constructed to enhance the disease control regime at the Centre. Zephania and Mildrate Matanga Medical Centre has been designed and built to be a safe environment for all.
- The buildings have been designed and built to appropriate fire safety and structural safety standards and enable good infection control through the use of correct rooms for different activities.
- To achieve effective infection control measures, clinical wash-hand basins, which has taps that can be operated by wrists or elbows and allow hands and forearms to be washed under running water have been included.
- The layout of Zephania and Mildrate Matanga Medical Centre has also been designed to enable healthcare waste to be collected and managed safely thereby promoting cleanliness and hygiene within the facility. This included establishment of the waste zone with the incinerator and bottle crusher installed
Compliance & Permissions
- Zephania and Mildrate Matanga Medical Centre complies with the Zimbabwean Standards and Regulations Building codes on healthcare facilities which sets out standards to which all buildings must conform covering design, construction, alteration, repair and maintenance.
- Planning permission and relevant approvals were sort and put in place before construction started and Regulatory inspections are being conducted at all the relevant stages.