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We are the mental health referral Institution in Zimbabwe, our mission is to provide, administer, coordinate, promote and advocate for the provision of quality mental health services and care for Zimbabweans.
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Today we are all about Oral Health
Festivities for the National World Oral Health Day celebrations being held at Ingutsheni Central Hospital today kicked off with a march from the Bulawayo CBD , fully supported by members of the ZRP, the Zimbabwe Prison Service band and Drum majorettes from Henry Low primary school.
It's World Oral Health Day!!!
Today is the day!
Sunday 20th March 2022 is World Oral Health celebrate the day with us and make the decision to look after your oral health for your happiness and well being. .
Watch the story of the Lab's 2021 #IntegrityIcon Finalist Anesu Chinguwa
Today we celebrate one of our very own, Miss Anesu Chinguwa, our Health Promotions officer. Keep flying high! 👏🏽👏🏽
The month of March is world oral health month. Take advantage of this offer of a free dental check up and be proud of your mouth! Details on poster...
Angel of Hope nourishes Byo hospital patients
A timely and well appreciated gesture, we are so grateful to the First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa and the Angel of Hope Foundation for this donation.
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INGUTSHENI CENTRAL HOSPITAL
DIPLOMA IN MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
Applicants are invited from suitably qualified candidates aged 17 and half to 30 years for the three-year Diploma in Mental Health Nursing 2022 Intake.
A minimum of 5 ‘O’ Level passes at most TWO SITTINGS ONLY with grade C or BETTER in English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, General/Intergrated Science, Extended or Core Science) and three others (Practical subjects are not considered e.g Fashion and Fabrics, and Woodwork) No result slips are accepted.
Applications must be accompanied by certified photocopies of Original
‘O’ Level Certificates, National ID and Long Birth Certificate.
Applicants should include contact telephone numbers, email addresses and self-addressed stamped envelope.
Closing date: Monday, 21 MARCH 2022
Applications should be directed and clearly marked ‘RMN/22’ to:
The Chief Executive Officer:
Attention: Principal Tutor
Ingutsheni Central Hospital,
P O Box 8363,
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
We enjoy this organised program to clean up our work environment. The act of picking up litter gets people thinking about changing the behavior and creating a cleaner environment. As we clean up together we are becoming more appreciative of our common environment.
As part of continuous improvement initiatives, Ingutsheni Central Hospital through its Quality Improvement Committee has introduced an award incentive for the best managed ward each month. The award goes to the upholding highest standard of cleanliness, order and efficient client care.
Acting CEO Dr N Mawere handed over the Best Managed ward award won by Mzilikazi 1 ward. Received by in Charge Nurse Mr Davison Petegumbo. Speaking on behalf of the ward he thanked the Quality Improvement Committee and the hospital executive for the recognition of their ward. He says the key to the successful improvements have been hard work, humility and teamwork together with the will to see positive change in the ward.
Zimswitch Donates to Ingutsheni - Ingutsheni Central Hospital
Zimswitch Donates to Ingutsheni - Ingutsheni Central Hospital On the 14th of December, Ingutsheni Central Hospital received a large donation from Zimswitch.
Our Services - Male Sub Acute Care
In continuation with the institutions mental health awareness through a series of ward education videos, please CLICK THE LINK BELOW to view the information on the male and female sub acute wards.
Our Services - Elderly Care
In commemoration of World Mental Mental Day which is usually held on the 10th of October every year, the institution has come up with a series of mental health awareness videos. There are several different wards within the institution therefore the persons in charge of the wards have taken time to educate the community by explaining about the different ward types, patients cared for in the ward as well as ward objectives within the videos. We hope the short 3 minute videos give you some enlightenment on services provided at Ingutsheni Central Hospital. CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW
Our Services - Elderly Care At Ingutsheni Central Hospital, our services include taking care of the elderly who are in need of mental health services.
World Mental health day!
Mental Health in an unequal world.
On the 10th of October, together with the rest of the the world we commemorated the World Mental Health Day.
Relatively few people around the world have access to quality mental health services. Some of the serious gaps existing in mental health care services are steming from stigmatization, discrimination and human rights abuses of people living with mental health conditions.
According to the World Health Organization, Despite the negatives surrounding mental health conditions, the good news is people living with mental health conditions can still be cared for and lead normal lives!
Generalist health workers can be trained to diagnose and treat mental health conditions.
Regular health checks of people with severe mental disorders can prevent premature death.
The quality of life of people living with conditions such as autism and dementia can be greatly improved when their caregivers receive appropriate training.
The rights of people living with mental health conditions can be protected and promoted through mental health legislation, policy, development of affordable, quality community-based mental health services and the involvement of people with lived experience.
Depression and suicide being some of the leading causes of death in society, attached are campaign materials provided by the World Health Organization which are a small read that gives information on depression and suicide giving guidance on prevention and treatment.
Mental health care for all : let's make it a reality 🤝
As an institution we are delighted to continuously participate in the National Clean up campaign together with the nation of Zimbabwe within our different sectors. With the spirit of creating a clean, safe and healthy environment, the Ingutsheni Central Hospital staff have accepted the duty of cleaning their working environment for the betterment of themselves, clients of the hospital and the general population at large. This activity has surely united the participants, creating immediate results and permanent changes within the institution. We want to commend the continous support from our Acting Chief Executive Officer Dr N Mawere. He never misses any clean up campaign!
Ingutsheni Central Hospital staff today engaged in the National clean up day exercise. This was the first in earnest since the covid-19 induced lock-downs and restrictions enforced since last year. Leading the clean up exercise was the Acting CEO Dr Nemache Mawere. The focus areas were within the institution and outside the hospital along 23rd avenue.
Applications now open for Diploma In Mental Health Nursing 2021 intake.
Ingutsheni Central Hospital Community participated in the donation of the much needed blood to National Blood Services Zimbabwe on the 29th of January 2021. It was quite a noble gesture as blood is in short supply in Zimbabwe. We encourage the continuous participation of blood donation throughout the nation.
blood and make the world a healthier place.
Come through to Ingutsheni Central Hospital today between 9am and 3pm and join in the blood donation campaign by the National Blood Services Zimbabwe. Free t-shirts to all donors and your transport money refunded. Donate blood, save a life!
WORLD AIDS DAY
Theme: Global Solidarity; Shared Responsibility
World AIDS day is observed on December 1 every year and as the name suggests, the day is set aside to show support for people living with HIV/AIDS and the ones who have lost their lives because of AIDS. The global HIV pandemic is not over and may be accelerating during the Covid-19 pandemic, with a devastating impact on communities and countries.
Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated that during a pandemic, "no one is safe until everyone is safe". Living people behind is not an option if we are to succeed. Eliminating stigma, discrimination and grounding our responses in human rights and gender responsive approaches are key to ending the colliding pandemics of HIV and Covid-19.
A point to take home: There is no health without mental health. Mental disorders are highly prevalent among people living with HIV/AIDS with major depressive disorder being present almost twice as frequently among this group than the general population. Mental disorders may increase an individuals risk for HIV infection through increased social vulnerability, altered risk behavior, associated substance misuse and loss of control within sexual relationships. However amongst several other principles of HIV testing in patients with mental disorders, all patients (in/outpatients, voluntary, involuntary patients) admitted under the health care act should be offered HIV testing, HIV prevention and risk reduction education and access to condoms. The presence of a mental disorder does not disqualify the individual from receiving HIV services.
HIV/AIDS is preventable! use protection and normalize HIV testing for yourself and your partner. HIV/AIDS is not a death sentence but it is a life sentence!
Yesterday, 4th November 2020, Ingutsheni Central Hospital received a generous donation from Treger Products Pvt Ltd. The donation comprised 2 stoves, electric urns, various sized pots and wheelbarrows. The donation was presented by Treger Products Group Marketing Manager Mrs Thoko Ndlovu, while Clinical Director Dr W Ranga, Director of Finance Mr T Nyikadzino and Principal Nursing Officer Ms E Kabwemba received the donation on behalf of Ingutsheni Hospital. Ingutsheni Central Hospital appreciates this kind gesture from Treger Products which will assist in provision of quality care to our patients.
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Breast cancer awareness month is an annual international health campaign celebrated every October from the 1st to the 31st of the month so as to increase attention and support for the awareness of the disease. This campaign is intended to educate people about the importance of early detection, treatment as well as palliative care of this disease.
According to WHO, currently there is not sufficient knowledge on the causes of breast cancer; therefore, early detection of the disease remains the cornerstone of breast cancer control. There is a great chance that breast cancer can be cured when detected early and if adequate diagnosis and treatment are available. If detected late, however, palliative care to relieve the suffering of patients and their families is needed. It is also of vital importance to note that breast cancer affects both males and females but is however more prevalent in females.
WHAT IMPACT DOES BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS HAVE ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING?
Diagnosis of breast cancer can be devastating and can trigger several adverse responses. It is one of the most distressing events one can ever experience and usually one may not know where to turn for help. Victims develop psychological distress symptoms such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, poor eating habits, insomnia, pain, difficulty in concentration, social isolation, and sexual concerns and self-blame. At the same time victims may use alcohol, cigarettes, caffeine, or other drugs in attempt to soothe themselves.
HOW CAN PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT HELP VICTIMS ADJUST?
Licensed psychologists and or other mental health professionals with experience in breast cancer treatment can help a great deal. The primary goal is to help a victim cope with physical, emotional and lifestyle changes associated with cancer as well as with medical treatments that can be painful and traumatic.
Breast cancer patients aren’t the only ones who will benefit from psychological treatment. Partners can also be suffering therefore psychologists can help spouses manage the challenge of offering both emotional and practical support while dealing with their own feelings. Children, parents and friends involved in caretaking can also benefit from psychological interventions.
Being diagnosed with breast cancer is not the end of the world. An enhanced understanding of the disease and its treatment and a greater willingness to do what needs to be done to get well again is the most important thing.
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