• The opportunistic Infections Clinic was opened in October 2004.Its catchment area include Chitungwiza city, Seke rural, Epworth, Beatrice and surrounding farms.
• The clinic is located within the Annexe building and office containers behind the Annexe building.
• The department is open from Monday to Friday from 0715 hours to 1600 hours. It is closed on weekends and public holidays.
• Booking of patients for investigations and for doctor to see
• Bio marker investigations i.e., CD4 count, FBC, U&Es, Viral load and LFTs done Monday to Thursday.
• Issuing of results on Friday
• Enrolment of patients daily.
• Doctor’s clinic for adults Is done Mon to Fri
• Paediatrics are seen by the doctor daily.
• Treatment of OIs on daily basis
• Drug collection on Mon to Fri
• Updating of registers
• Counselling, i.e. basic counselling, adherence and supportive counselling
• Addressing sexual reproductive health issues
• The department is headed by Mrs S. Manamike
• The clinic has one Sister In Charge, 1 midwife , 9 RGNs,2 SCN,3 Primary counsellor, 1 Nurse aide, 2 Junior employees, 1 I.T Officer and 3 Data Captures.
• There is 1 Paediatrician .
• There are 2 Physicians .
• There is 1 doctor
The department is supported by Ministry of Health and Child Care and has data capture clerks who captutre ART patients details and visits into an Electronic Patient Monitoring System (ePMS). The IT officer Brian Savanhu is responsible for the connectivity and smooth running of the system network as well as all computer hardware under the program including configuring the HIV macro database and uploading the monthly backup to the Central National Database .