At Sali International Hospital, because the health of your baby is important to us, we have full time pediatricians present Monday to Sunday and on call at night. As a team we provide high quality health services for children and young people. We also provide efficient high quality investigation and treatment services. The pediatricians are trained to manage both the acute and chronic cases. At the demand of growing children, we offer the following services;
According to World health oranginasation under child survival 1 reports showed that more than 10. 8 million under five children die each year, most from preventable causes and almost all in developing countries, Tanzania being inclusive. In order to reduce under-five’s deaths, vaccinations have to be done. At Sail international hospital we offer free Routine vaccination and additional International Standard vaccines at a cost.
Of the 10·8 million deaths worldwide of children younger than 5 years, 3·9 million occur in the first 28 days of life—that is the neonatal period .At SIH ,we offer comprehensive newborn care right from labor suite up to the end of neonatal period. In case of any complication like prematurity, birth asphyxia etc., we have a well-equipped neonatal intensive care unit with a team of dedicated, well qualified personnel to handle any emergency.
Young child clinic (YCC). We have a YCC that runs from Monday to Friday (9am-5:30pm).we offer the following services;
Growth monitoring; this involves observing changes in a child's physical development by regular measurement of weight, and sometimes of length. It is an important tool in individual care, for early detection of health and nutrition problems in growing children.
Nutrition talk including breastfeeding; this includes important of breastfeeding, when to start weaning, which food to start first etc……
General Pediatric clinic
At SIH we have a general pediatric clinic run by a pediatrician daily from Monday to Sunday. This is where the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions are made ranging from acute to chronic conditions.
Dr. Agnes Necpe
Paediatrics Department Chief