Vol - 28, Issue - 04
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-10-03-2021-787
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Abstract : In the past decade’s research has been done about church associated hospitals. This includes researchers such as [7], [12], [14], [11]. It is of great interest to note that this research in particular is one of the few with in-depth information about the role of church associated hospitals on the health system of Zimbabwe, in the new millennium. It is also one research which evaluates church associated hospitals as a collective. The health sector of Zimbabwe is made up of government hospitals and clinics, mission hospitals and clinics, municipal hospitals and clinics, as well as private hospitals and clinics. Zimbabwe health service delivery is established at four levels primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary. The Primary Health Care (PHC) is the main vehicle through which health care programs are implemented in the country. Considering the fact that this research was carried out in 2020 -2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic a time where there is high demand of health. Many people have inequitable access to adequate health care, and many governments are unable to provide such care universally. Zimbabwe faces many health challenges such as HIV, tuberculosis (TB), malaria, family planning and child immunization. Zimbabwe also experiences economic problems, doctors strike and natural disasters. These problems contribute significantly to maternal and childhood illness and deaths.

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