Small but still making a difference in the Kunkujang Keitaya area,
our community clinic is mostly known for its delivery rooms, maternity wards, and services attached to pregnancy, e.g. antenatal and postnatal checkup, and immunization programs. We operate delivery rooms & a maternity ward. Moreover, we serve the community with general medical treatments. Patients with Malaria and Diabetes issues form the larges group in our house.
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Delivery rooms/ Midwives – General treatment – Ultrasound, Pharmacy and Laboratory – Emergency – Wards – Fees – Community Service – Donation for clinical community service
Salam aleikum, my name is Dr. Kalilu Jagne,
I am the Medical Director
Together with radiologist Dr. Fatoumatta Jobarteh, I head the clinic’s medical team, consisting of midwives, nurses, nurse attendants, pharmacy and laboratory staff. Our main focus lies on obstetrics, and of Malaria and Diabetes treatment. The clinic shares the Foundation’s compound with a children shelter, which receives parts of the clinic’s profits as donation.
Delivery rooms and experienced midwives
Our midwives are always prepared to carry out safe deliveries in a clean and welcoming atmosphere. The adjacent maternity ward offers rest and medical treatments to mothers and newborns under the eyes of well trained nurses and nurse attendants.
General treatments …
We offer treatment in case of Malaria, Diabetes, and other non-communicable deseases. For injuries, we do professional wound management. Immunisation programmes round up our clinic profile. **Read about some exemplary cases
Ultrasound, Pharmacy and Laboratory …
together on our compound, enable our doctors to diagnose reasonably and to suggest sucessful medication courses. **Read more about ** Pharmacy and ** Laboratory
In case of emergency …
We are always well prepared to admit mothers to be and any other patient safely on our ambulance car to the hospitals in Serekunda, or Banjul.
For our in-patients, we offer wards to rest sufficiently under professional care. For mothers with her newborn babies, there is an extra post natal ward.
All our services are offered on affordable fees
As we are a private clinic, we base our work on fees. These fees pay our salaries, our infrastructure and help the children shelter to exist.
Those above mentioned fees allow us to give free treatments to e.g. to underpriviledged children from Q’ran schools, to widows without sufficient income. Thus, we all together serve our community and our country best, by raising the health status of everyone and improving the overall living and learning standard of those children who we are proud to live with on this shared compound.