List of hospitals in Zambia

This is a list of hospitals in Zambia. The list is not exhaustive. You can expand the list by adding referenced content as appropriate.

Classification

Hospitals in Zambia are divided into three main categories: (1) Specialist Hospitals (Tertiary Referral Hospitals or Third Level Hospitals) (2) General Hospitals (Provincial Hospitals or Second Level Hospitals) and (3) District Hospitals (First Level Hospitals).[1]

Third Level Hospitals

As of December 2012, there were six Level 3 hospitals in Zambia.[1]

Second Level hospitals

As of December 2012, there were 19 Level 2 hospitals in the country.[1]

  • Levy Mwanawasa General Hospital, Lusaka[6]
  • Chipata General Hospital, Chipata
  • Choma General Hospital, Choma
  • Mukinge Mission Hospital, Kasempa
  • Mwandi Mission Hospital, Mwandi
  • Nchanga North Hospital, Chingola
  • Nchanga South Hospital, Chingola
  • Chikankata Mission Hospital, Mazabuka
  • Kalene Mission Hospital, Kalene Hill
  • St. Francis Hospital, Katete
  • Lewanika General Hospital, Mongu
  • Kabwe General Hospital, Kabwe
  • Kabwe Mine Hospital, Kabwe
  • Kalulushi Mine Hospital, Kalulushi
  • Wusakile Mine Hospital, Kitwe
  • Roan Antelope Hospital, Luanshya
  • Malcom Watson Hospital, Mufulira
  • Ronald Ross General Hospital, Mufulira
  • Mansa General Hospital, Mansa
  • Chilonga Mission Hospital, Chilonga, Mpika District
  • Kasama General Hospital, Kasama
  • Mbala General Hospital, Mbala
  • Chavuma Mission Hospital, Chavuma
  • Solwezi General Hospital, Solwezi
  • Livingstone General Hospital, Livingstone, Zambia
  • Monze Mission Hospital, Monze

First Level hospitals

As of December 2012, there were 84 Level 1 hospitals in the country, including the following:[1]

Security forces hospitals

  • Mt. Eugenia Level 1 Hospital: (Zambia Air Force), Chilanga District[1]
  • Arakan Camp Military Hospital: (Zambia Armed Forces), Lusaka District[1]
  • Maina Soko Level 1 Hospital: (Zambia Armed Forces), Lusaka District[1]

References

  1. Zambia Ministry of Health (December 2012). "The 2012 List of Health Facilities in Zambia – Preliminary Report (Draft No. 15)" (PDF). Lusaka: Zambia Ministry of Health. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  2. Lusaka Times Staff (22 September 2017). "Cancer Diseases Hospital raises hope for Zambia's fight against cancer". Lusaka Times. Lusaka. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  3. Sichone, Chusa (2 January 2018). "Cancer Disease Hospital Keen To Decentralise Operations". Times of Zambia. Ndola. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  4. Prudence Phiri; et al. (6 June 2018). "As Patients Fight for Care, Zambian Advocates Say Mental-Health Laws Are Long Overdue". Washington, DC: Global Press Journal. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  5. Lusaka Times Staff (10 October 2017). "First Lady saddened that Children's bed capacity at Arthur Davison has remained at 250 since 1966". Lusaka Times. Lusaka. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  6. Lusaka Times Staff (7 June 2017). "Levy Mwanawasa Hospital upgraded to a Teaching Hospital". Lusaka Times. Lusaka. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  7. Zambian Observer Staff (5 January 2017). "Mulongoti Sued For Impersonation". Zambian Observer. Lusaka. Retrieved 29 August 2018.
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