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Comprehensive Emergency Medical Support (CEMS) – Field Emergency and Inpatient Unit + Comprehensive Primary and Secondary Health Clinic
Deadline: 16 November
About the Project: The CEMS Project is contributing to run a static emergency medical unit 24/7 in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement that is serving the refugee community mainly from DRC, as well the host community.
The project is divided into two phases. Phase One includes the construction of the Emergency Department and the Out-Patient Department (OPD). For the Phase Two, construction of three wards (female, male and paediatric), one labour room, one theatre, one isolation room, as well a support admin block.
This Field Hospital consists of an emergency unit and a comprehensive primary and secondary health clinic.
The emergency unit has a resuscitation area for adults and children, with fully equipped adult and child crash carts, defibrillators, suction, monitors, and oxylogs.
There is also an X-ray room, ultrasound, pharmacy and laboratory services. Inpatient care can be provided in three wards for males, females and children to be done on phase two.
The comprehensive primary and secondary clinic consists in a unit with consultation rooms and a triage area followed by a waiting area; dental care service, rehabilitation support program
(physiotherapy) and mental health service will also be provided in due time. This secondary services will be added on phase two.
The construction of Phase One started on the last week of September and the project operations are planned to start in the first week of December 2018. It will serve a total of 48,000 beneficiaries, 33,600 refugees and asylum seekers and 14,400 host community members.
The hospital operations will run for 10 months, until September, when a re-assessment will be done for the sustainability phase.
Mental Health Psychosocial Service, Dental Care Service and a Rehabilitation Support Program in Kyaka II are planned to serve all the beneficiaries and host community.
Deadline: 16 November
ADRA is looking to fill the following positions: