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Regency Medical Centre is organising an Orthopaedic Consultation Camp in Dar es Salaam on 23rd, 24th and 25th January 2020.
Treatment available for: Neck Pain, Sciatica problems, Back pain, Spinal cord problems, Spinal surgical procedures.
Date: 23rd, 24th and 25th January 2020.
Time: 9 AM to 5 PM
Take appointment: https://www.regencymedicalcentre.com/
The South African Development Community Accreditation Services (SADCAS), is an accreditation body that works across economies. RMC joins the elite league of SADCAS approved labs in the region. SADCAS has been working for over a decade to provide accredited medical services to people in the region of Africa. We are very glad to be associated and approved by this esteemed not-for-profit organization. This multi-country accreditation organization has been working to satisfy the accreditation needs of SADC states that do not have their own accreditation facilities.
Regency Medical Centre organising Joint replacement camp where you can get advice from expert doctors of India.
- Latest Technique
- Small Incision
- Quick Recovery
REGENCY Medical Centre (RMC) have performed three knee replacement surgeries and screened over 150 patients with various problems of spine, hip and knee during a two-day camp held last week in Dar es Salaam.
Continued efforts by the Dar es Salaam-based Regency Medical Centre in organising trips for advanced medical treatment; open heart surgery in particular, has won accolades among medical practitioners and other interviewed residents.
TEN children born with congenital surgically repairable heart defects will fly to India from Zanzibar today for subsidised heart surgery. They will fly by Ethiopian Airlines to Jaypee Heart Hospital in New Delhi, India, under the banner of Lions Club of Dar es Salaam (Host), Regency Medical Centre and the Ministry of Health in Zanzibar.
HOSPITALI ya Regency ya jijini Dar es Salaam imeanza kufanya upasuaji wa wagonjwa wenye matatizo ya magoti na imepanga kufanya upasuaji wa aina hiyo kwa wagonjwa 10 hadi 15 kila mwezi..
Daktari bingwa wa usingizi, Kim Kalange alisema upasuaji wa aina hiyo ni wa kwanza nchini na alisifu juhudi zilizofanywa na Hospitali ya Regency kuhakikisha inatengeneza chumba cha upasuaji cha kisasa.
Mwenyekiti wa Regency, Dk Rajni Kamabar alisema kwa muda mrefu Regency kwa kushirikiana na Klabu ya Lions ya Dar es Salaam zilikuwa zikiendesha kliniki za kupima magoti na kugundua kuwa watu wengi wana matatizo hayo.
“Watu wengi wana matatizo haya lakini hawana fedha za kwenda nje kwa matibabu na nakumbuka maelekezo ya Rais John Magufuli kwamba tufanye bidii matibabu haya yafanyike hapa hapa. Hatimaye Regency kwa kushirikiana na Wizara ya Afya, Maendeleo ya Jamii, Jinsia, Wazee na Watoto, Hospitali ya HCG ya India tumefanikiwa na sasa tunatangaza kwamba tumeanza kufanya upasuaji wa goti kwa mgonjwa mmoja Regency,” alisema Dk Kama