If you are interested in tropical medicine / infectious diseases (Malaria, TB, HIV) this hospital can be a great placement for you; it has a leprosy and a HIV ward. (Those interested in the leprosy ward need to proof vaccination against tuberculosis). It is also an interesting place for students who want to learn more about physiotherapy, occupational therapy and acupuncture. They even offer electives in these disciplines.
In addition to doctors, there are 20 assistant physicians and 30 clinical officers (these are mid-level practitioners of medicine in East Africa who are trained and licensed to practice the full scope of medicine).
|Hospital type||Referral/Teaching Hospital|
|Local language||Swahili, English|
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