Harare welcomes new medical centre PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 December 2011 19:42
muchadeyi masunda.jpgThe City of Harare says it fully supports the procedural establishment of a social services infrastructure that will complement the existing council facilities.

Harare Mayor, Mr Muchadeyi Masunda visited Rock Foundation Medical Centre, owned by Dr Munyaradzi Kereke, an advisor to Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor, Dr Gideon Gono, which is now open to the public.

Mr Masunda appealed for the replication of the facility in other areas, saying people who were objecting to the development were affluent and can afford to seek medical attention outside the country thereby disadvantaging the majority who do not have the means.

Chairman of the medical centre, Dr Branislav Svoren said the institution is complimenting government’s efforts to revive the health sector through providing the latest equipment for the diagnosis of various diseases.

While the Harare City Council has clinics and hospitals, the institutions have failed to offer the latest technologies in the medical sector.

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