St. Walburg's Hospital Nyangao is going to celebrate St. Walburg's Day on 25 February 2023. Towards the day, there will be several activities that will be carried out. These activities include diagnosis of diabetes and blood pressure to the villagers from different villages around and near Nyangao Village Ward. There will also be trees planting […]
The hospital had never have this facility before, and with the current changes of heath quality aspects (standards ) and the disease burdens of outbreaks , risks of spreading infections to health care workers and even the dead body handlers, it is highly recommended to have this facility at the hospital . With our set […]
Our hospital has an old X-ray machine, which has been donated in by our partners from Germany. It is an old model and - as time is passing – has more and more problems. In the past this machine enabled the hospital to conduct countless numbers of X-rays, which empowered our doctors to make an […]
The hospital is producing hazardous and non-hazardous waste which require proper handling and disposal as per required standards. The hospital is looking for a modern incinerator which can process at least 200 kg/h. To achieve this the hospital needs enough capital for purchasing modern Incinerator, Personal Protective Equipment and staff training on Bio-safety and Bio-security. […]
The Government of Tanzania through public private partnership (PPP) continued to emphasize on quality of health care delivery with compliances on standards. The Government continues to support human resources, financial resources through health basket fund, capacity building, medicines and medical supplies. Also, provided mentorship on laboratory quality improvement and regular supportive supervision.
The Missionary Benedictine Sisters (MBS) supported the construction and furnishing of self-contained 10 rooms Interns doctors’ hostel which was completed in August 2020. This enabled the hospital to request intern doctors from the Tanganyika medical council for a one-year internship who are paid living allowance by the Government. Missionary Benedictine Sisters continued to support costs […]