- Primary Care clinic
- Community health clinic
- Urgent care centre
- Specialized outpatient clinic
- Emergency department
- Lab tests, such as bloodwork
- Diagnostic services such as, blood and urine lab tests, x-rays, and cranial scans, e.g. MRIs and CATS
- Minor surgeries, particularly ones that use less invasive techniques
- Consultations or follow-ups with a specialist
- Routine physical exams
- Same day emergent care
- Chemotherapy or radiation treatment
This refers to someone admitted to the hospital to stay overnight, whether briefly or for an extended period of time. Doctors keep these patients in hospital to monitor them more closely.
These inpatient services include but not limited to:
- Complex surgeries, as well as some routine ones
- Serious illnesses or medical conditions that need substantial monitoring
- Childbirth, even in cases that don’t require a caesarean section
- Rehabilitation services for psychiatric illnesses, substance abuse or severe injuries
- Hawi’s laboratory offers our patients accurate, precise and meaningful results with an acceptable speed of delivery (Turnaround time-TAT). We ensure the highest level of customer service
- We offer a range of tests from standard pathology tests in haematology, histopathology, cytology, microbiology, virology and clinical chemistry to specialized tests like neonatal screening, HIV viral loads and paedriatic lgE panels.
- Our results are reported with reference ranges where applicable to aid in clear interpretation to assist diagnosis. Relevant comments to make the report meaningful are also provided
- One-on-one consultation with specialist pathologists is available for review of test results
- We ensure transparency by generating electronic receipts and invoices which have helped avoid double entries.
- Quality is key to excellence. At Hawi Family Hospital Laboratory quality assurance is a core value to enable us achieve our mission and ultimately our vision
- Our lab is run by qualified professionals comprising of pathologists, technologists, clerks and lab assistants supported by the hospital administration personnel and IT department
- Prenatal Care
This is also known as antenatal care, is a type of preventive healthcare offered while you are pregnant. It’s provided in the form of medical check-ups, consisting of recommendations on a managing a healthy lifestyle. This care can keep you and your baby healthy.
- Postnatal Care
Postnatal care (PNC) is the care given to the mother and her newborn baby immediately after the birth and for the first six weeks of life.
The primary targets of postnatal care are the mother, her newborn baby and the father. However, there are secondary targets, like the community gatekeepers who can influence decision-making that affects the mother and baby’s health.
This is also called diagnostic imaging. This is a series of different tests that take pictures or images of various parts of the body.
Radiologists interpret a broad spectrum of diagnostic tests including but not limited to:
- Bone mineral densitometry
- Nuclear Medicine
- CT scans
- General dentistry
- Dental implants
- Dental Crowns
- Dental braces
- Tooth fillings
- Tooth extraction
- Paedriatric dentistry
- Cosmetic dentistry
- Teeth Whitening
- Tooth canal treatment
We tailor our treatment methods to you.
We take our time to understand our patients and their injuries. We apply treatment methods that are best-suited to the lifestyle, environment and circumstances of the individual. The treatment being woven into your routine improves treatment outcomes.