Our goal at Partners in Hope is to provide comprehensive, physical, emotional and spiritual health care. Through care given in our Moyo Clinic, Dalitso Clinic, and Thandizo Ward, we strive to provide our patients with the best care, always.
The Moyo Clinic (moyo meaning “life” in Chichewa) is located in the west hall of the Medical Center and provides high quality HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis care at no cost. This includes consultations, laboratory testing (CD4 and viral load), related radiology services, all HIV medications, counseling, and nutrition education. The clinic opens from 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday, and is closed weekends and public holidays.
The Dalitso Clinic (dalitso meaning “blessing” in Chichewa) is a fee-paying clinic that directly subsidizes the cost of care in the Moyo Clinic, making it an essential component of the PIH aim to help those who cannot pay, and impact the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Malawi.
The Dalitso Clinic provides a high quality, professional and confidential setting for patients to access general healthcare. A full range of health conditions are seen at the Dalitso Clinic. The Dalitso Clinic provides outpatient consultations and emergency room services 24 hours a day. There are several general practitioners and specialists running clinics during the day for both appointments and walk-in patients. Physiotherapy services are also available at PIH.
The Thandizo Ward (thandizo meaning “help” in Chichewa) is a 15-bed inpatient facility that offers patients privacy and around-the-clock care. Private patients have the option of staying in a semi-private or private room. Both are equipped with a bathroom and shower.
Partners in Hope maintains a well-equipped laboratory with a very wide range of diagnostic tests. These include a full spectrum of haematology, chemistry and serology tests, hormones including thyroid function tests, tumour markers, urine LAM, sputum GeneXpert for TB diagnosis, and molecular testing for HIV. In addition, PIH operates ultrasound and digital x-ray services.