There are a total of seven government hospitals and very few trained health providers. With no medical schools in Swaziland, all physicians are foreign-trained and very few are of Swazi origin. There is an average of one doctor per 30,000 people. In order to serve a population of nearly one million, nurse practitioners and foreign medical volunteers are used to staff the 134 clinics throughout the country. The government, missions and private services provide health services. The Swazi government subsidizes many non-government health providers, such as Mbabane Government Hospital.
|Hospital type||District General Hospital|
|Local language||English, Swazi or Swati spoken by many patients|
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