Avenues Clinic Reopens Casualty Facility After Brief Lockdown

THE Avenues Clinic has re-opened its casualty center after a brief haitus following a COVID-19 incident which had occurred in the accident and emergency unit  towards the of July, 2020. By Michael Gwarisa In a statement, The Avenues Clinic management said they had followed strict health precautions regarding the disinfection of the facility as well as isolating infected employees ahead of its re-opening Following the communication of 24July 2020regarding temporary closure of the Accident and Emergency (Casualty) Unit, the hospital would like to advise that the unit will be re-opening…

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Avenues Clinic Sets Up COVID-19 Treatment Centre

MEDICAL Investment’s flagship company the Avenues Clinic, has opened Montagu Clinic as a COVID-19 management centre in a bid to boost the country’s capacity to deal with the pandemic that has raged havoc across the globe. By Michael Gwarisa Zimbabwe currently has 25 confirmed cases of COVID-19 including three deaths. However, the country’s ability to handle a surge in COVID-19 infections has faced mixed feelings owing to the lack of adequately equipped COVID-19 management centres around the country. Speaking to HealthTimes, Avenues Clinic Corporate Communications officer, Mrs Cordelia Shereni said…

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#BREAKING: We Never Admitted A Covid-19 Patient Says Avenues Clinic

THE Avenues Clinic has rebuffed social media claims that a male Coronavirus (Covid-19) patient from Zimre Park died while admitted at their facility. By Kuda Pembere In the early hours of Thursday morning, social media was awash with information suggesting that indeed  a patient had died at the Avenues, after  social media users  had posted on their  Facebook and Twitter accounts that Avenues Clinic was handling a COVID-19 case. In a statement, The Avenues clinic said this was fake news. The Avenues Clinic has noted with great concern fake news…

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Avenues Clinic To Spend US$8 million On Renovations

AN amount to the tune of plus or minus US$8 million is earmarked for the total refurbishment of  Avenues Clinic as the institution aims to increase its ability to handle complex health situations. By Michael Gwarisa In an interview on the sidelines of the Health Brief at Avenues Clinic, the Clinic’s Chief Officer, Mr Searchmore Chaparadza said under the Medical Investments Limited (MIL) which is an grouping of medical facilities whose flagship is the avenues clinic, innovations are happening in all the areas. To date, what we have done are…

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Shot In The Arm For Rujeko Clinic

THE Avenues Clinic has handed over an assortment of hospital equipment and maternal health consumables at Rujeko Polyclinic in Dzivarasekwa a move which is set to boost maternal health management at the institution. By Michael Gwarisa The hospital handed over the equipment at an event held at Rujeko Polyclinic in Dzivarasekwa. Speaking at the hand over event, Avenues Clinic Avenues Clinic Chief Executive Officer, Mr Searchmore Chaparadza said the move was in line with the Avenues Clinic’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) drive to improve maternal health service delivery in the…

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Bring the most injured Cyclone Idai survivors, says Avenues Clinic

AVENUES Clinic says it is ready to assist Cyclone Idai victims who need delicate surgery . By Kuda Pembere Avenues Clinic Corporate Communications officer, Mrs Cordellia Shereni, says this is their way of giving assistance to those who desperately need it. “The Avenues Clinic is the only facility in the country that is equipped and resourced to handle these major injuries and efforts are still ongoing to identify more cases of those critically injured. The clinic is also appealing to those who might know of such cases of Cyclone Idai…

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Avenues Clinic In US$10 million Refurbishment Drive

THE Avenues Clinic has rolled out a US$10 million refurbishment project as the institution works towards transforming itself into a major foreign currency earner through offering world-class treatment and care services to both locals and foreigners.   By Michael Gwarisa The US$10 million capital injection which was partly funded by NedBank, comes at a time the health sector is reeling from a myriad challenges chief among them being the unavailability of foreign currency and massive shortages of essential drugs. The project will be three phased starting with the patients’ ablution…

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