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Table 1 Staff establishment at health facilities in Epworth

From: Human resource for health reform in peri-urban areas: a cross-sectional study of the impact of policy interventions on healthcare workers in Epworth, Zimbabwe

Facility type Human resource for health managers Nursing staff Other cadres Total for all cadres (excluding medical doctors and sisters in charge)
Mission clinic 1 sister in charge 2 primary counselors, 6 registered general nurses, and 2 primary care nurses. 1 environmental health officer/technician and 4 nurse aides 15
Municipal “polyclinic” clinic 1 sister in charge 11 registered general nurses, 6 midwives, 1 state certified nurse, 3 primary care nurses, and 2 primary counselors. 1 pharmacy technician, 3 laboratory scientists,
3 ambulance drivers, and 1 environmental health officer,
11 nurse aides
42
Municipal “OI” clinic 1 sister in charge 13 registered general nurses. 1 dispensary assistant
1 environmental technician, 5 nurse aides, and 1 pharmacy technician
21
Private clinic 1 general practitioner. 1 registered general nurse and 1 primary care nurse 2 nurse aides 4
Private clinic 1 general practitioner. 1 registered general nurse. 3 nurse aides, 1 lab pathologist 1 radiologist, and 1 dental surgeon 7
Private clinic 1 general practitioner. 1 registered general nurse and 1 midwife 2 nurse aides 4
Private clinic 1 general practitioner. 2 registered general nurses 1 nurse aide 3
Private clinic 1 general medical practitioner 1 primary care nurse 0 1
Private clinic 1 general practitioner. 2 registered general nurses 0 2
Private clinic 1 general practitioner   2 nurse aides 2
Total   56 45 101
  1. Data generated from staff registers at local clinics