Category Archives: Primary Healthcare

Primary Healthcare in East Africa.

  In December 2011, Dr. Nick Wooding kindly asked me to write a Preface for this book published by International Health Sciences University which discusses the many aspects and issues related to the delivery of primary healthcare in the developing … Continue reading

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Patients Want Good Customer Care

Yesterday I had the privilege of attending a meeting with more than two dozen community leaders from the zones surrounding Hope Clinic Lukuli. Hope Clinic was established in 2000 and some of the leaders attending had been accessing services for … Continue reading

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Affordability, Rationing and Aid

Over the last few weeks I’ve been reviewing the cost and affordability of our Community Based healthcare services, which are often given free or at a heavily subsidised, low cost to the patient. During this review, it has become obvious … Continue reading

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Coke and Primary Healthcare

It’s a simple pleasure; ride my bike through the local communities until exhausted – which for me in this heat and with these hills doesn’t take very long. I’ll admit, at times it might have been better described as “there’s … Continue reading

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Primary Healthcare in East Africa

Dr. Nick Wooding kindly asked me to write a preface for a book about to be published by International Health Sciences University which discusses the many aspects and issues related to the delivery of primary healthcare in the developing world, … Continue reading

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