Patients applauds services given by staff members in B2 and B10

Patients applauds services given by staff members in B2 and B10

Patients applauds services given by staff members in B2 and B10

Wards B2 and B10 staff members have re-ceived showers of compliments from patients who expressed gratitude for the services received from all the staff members in the two wards.

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Junior Resident Medical Officers receive orientation at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

Junior Resident Medical Officers receive orientation

Junior Resident Medical Officers receive orientation at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

40 Junior Resident Medical Of-ficers underwent an orientation programme on 2 May 2017 at Pari-renyatwa Group of Hospital.  Fa-cilitators at that workshop were as follows; The Clinical Director, Mr N Madziva, The Principal Nursing Officer, Dr L.G Dodzo, The Public Relations Officer, Mr L. Dhire, The Chief Laboratory Scientist, Mr J. Hwande

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NOIC Fund for local open heart surgery

NOIC Fund for local open heart surgery

NOIC Fund for local open heart surgery

Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals has established itself as a centre of excellence for Open Heart Surgery. The Group of Hospitals has entered into a partnership with the National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe (NOIC) which is going to see between 70 and 80 patients undergoing open heart surgery at the premier health Institution.

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Customer Care Workshops for PGH staff members

Customer Care Workshops for PGH staff members

Staff members who include senior nursing staff, radiographers, physiotherapists and accounting staff posing for photos after receiving their certificates in customer care.

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PGH Golf Tournament

Pgh Golf Tournament

PGH Golf Tournament

More than twenty teams participated and five companies supported through sponsorship of the Fundraising Golf Tournament recently held by Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals. The motive behind the tournament is to raise both financial and material resources for the expansion of the Intensive Care Unit (HDU) and High Dependence Unit (HDU) at the Group of Hospitals.

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