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HEALTH POLICY – CUIBA&T- The Academy of Talents
  1. OBJECTIVES 
  • To provide qualitative and satisfactory health care services to  pupils and teachers
  • To administer treatment and offer  health services on time to meet patients’ needs
  • To follow up and ensure pupils are well vaccinated to limit exposure to prevalent diseases
  • To partake in major activities of the school to handle casualties and emergencies.

B. ACTIVITIES

  • Daily consultations, history taking and vital signs monitoring of patient
  • Laboratory test and examinations 
  • Treatment administration and Drug dispensation
  • Follow up of admitted patients and report
  • Follow up of referred patients and report
  • Counseling and psychosocial support of patients

 

  1. FREE MEDICATIONS

Malaria treatment with quinine derivatives is free

1

Paracetamol Tablets

10

Normal Saline 0.9% 

19

Bactrim Tablets

2

Mebendazole tablets 

11

Ringers Lacter

20

Metronidazole Tablets

3

Quinine sulphate tablets 

12

Oral rehydration salt

21

Diclofenac Tablets

4

Quinine Syrup

13

Chlorpheneramine tabs

22

Multivitamin tablets 

5

Quinine sulphate ampoules

14

Infusion set

23

Butterfly needle

6

Glucose 5% 250ml

15

Dexamethasone Tablets

24

Ferrous folic acid

7

Ibuprofen tablets

16

Diazepam ampoules 

25

Dexamethasone ampoules 

8

Vogalene ampoules 

17

TENSOCOLD SPRAY

26

Vitamin B Com ampoules

9

Crepe Bandage 

18

Syringes 10mls/5mls/2mls

27

Immodium Tablests

 

  1. FREE LABORATORY TEST

1

Malaria test

4

HIV serology 

2

Typhoid test

5

Urinalysis

3

Fasting and/or Random Blood Sugar

 

  1. PAID LABORATORY TEST AND PRICES

TEST

TEST

TEST

TEST

FBC

Diff Count and Blood Picture

Chlamydia

CRP

Hb

Helicobacter pylori

US

ASLO

Blood Filariasis/ Skin Snip

Hepatitis B

Stool Analysis

VS

ESR

Hepatitis C

Blood Grouping

PT

  1. PAID MEDICATIONS

NBAny other medication not listed as free is paid for.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Once a pupil is received at the health unit, the parent is notified before treatment is commenced. In case a parent does not want the child to be treated at the health center, this parent gives a written and signed consent to this.
  • After parent consents to treatment of their child and the child is treated, a bill will be made and sent to parents for payment and parents should be conscious to conform.
    1. HOURS OF WORK
      • Tuesday to Friday : 08:00am to 04:00pm 
      • Saturday        : 08:00am to 12:00noon
      • EOC            : 11:50am to 12:25pm
      • Break        : 12:25pm to 01:10pm
      • Clients should respect the Unit’s working hours.
      • Clients are not allowed to make loud noise.
      • Clients are allowed in the observation rooms only after examination by a competent health worker. 
    2. Consultation for Pupils is free. However, pupils pay a subsidized fee for laboratory, medication and other basic services provided by the unit. 
    • All consultations should be made during working hours unless an emergency. 
    • Consultation, drug administration and observation are done at the unit.
    • No admission overnight
    • The unit keeps a register of all those who consulted, putting into consideration the diagnosis, laboratory investigation and treatment given. Therefore, clients should avoid withholding information as this is critical to appropriate diagnosis. 
    • A pupil who was absent for health reasons has as duty to present hospital records to the Sr. EFMFC for verifications upon return to campus. Only with a valid recommendation from the Sr. EFMFC will the sick absence be termed valid.
    • Likewise, we encourage pupils consulting other health institutions or their private doctors, to notify the unit.  
    • Pupils’ parents, guardians and caretakers should respect the health personnel and trust their judgment and avoid imposing especially technically.
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