MLIBA

MIiba Nazarene Clinic

 

INTRODUCTION

 

MIiba Nazarene Clinic is one of the 17 clinics under the Swaziland Nazarene Health Institutions. It is situated in the Manzini region, under Mkhiweni Inkhundla. It is approximately 47 kilometers from Manzini.

 

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 

Mliba Nazarene Clinic, under Swaziland Health Institutions seeks to improve the health status of all men, women and children who require health services. This is achieved through provision of high quality preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative care services in line with the national health policy of the ministry of health and social welfare. Mliba clinic will strive to make sure that services are affordable, relevant, accessible, equitable, and socially acceptable.

 

VISION

Mliba clinic is a quality, rather than quantity concerned facility ,that is 2consistently producing high quality ,holistic and comprehensive health care services by highly motivated staff. The clinic's services attract people from all around to access and witness quality care that exceeds their expectations.

 

OBJECTIVES

1. To consistently providing high quality; holistic and com apprehensive health" care by highly motivated staff.

2. To ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of services.

3. To increase community awareness on communicable disease.

4. To improve networking and relationships with nearest health providers.

 

CLINICAL STAFF

 

The clinic consists of four (4) registered nurses,

 one(1) nursing assistant, one (1) expert client, one(1) community expert client, one(1) mother-to-mother, one(1) TB treatment supporter, one(1) phlebotomist, one(1) maid, and one security guard.

 

SERVICES PROVIDED

 

CURATIVE SERVICES

In 2013, we attended to 1697cIients with upper respiratory tract infections, 1401 with skin disorders, 688 with diarrheal diseases, 713 with lower respiratory infections, and 347 with hypertension (top 5 diseases). The total number of clients attended in 2013 under the curative department is 7380.

 

CHILD WELFARE SERVICES

We saw a total of 2384 children, from the child welfare department: in

2013.

 

BCG                41

OPV                932

DPT                611

VIT A              679

ALB                667

DT                   135

MEASLES     345

 

ANTENATAL CARE

 

 

We saw a total of 226 women. Every woman attending the antenatal care department was screened for sexually transmitted infections, and 7were treated for syphilis. They were also offered HIV counseling and testing care. Total number of ANC tested at first visit were 1SS.Total number of first