Health and Wellness Services

The strategic objectives of the Directorate in view of the its’ main function of providing medical care and health interventions to the TUK community include:

  • Expand University Health and Wellness infrastructure
  • Diversify clinical and general  health services
  • Review medical scheme services for staff and students

To realise these objectives the Directorate runs in and outpatient services as well as specialized Clinics for:

  • Comprehensive Care Clinic for those living with HIV/AIDS
  • Chronic disease clinic handling non-communicable diseases including hypertension and diabetes.
  • Tuberculosis clinic
  • Family planning clinic

Public health services are carried out through:

  1. Health talks
  2. HIV/AIDS programmes
  3. Sensitization on the impact and mitigation of HIV/AIDs and Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  4. Tuberculosis screening camps
  5. Hepatitis B vaccination for health sciences students
  6. Cancer screening for staff and students targeting cervical, breast and prostate cancers.
  7. Training of students and staff on medical emergency rescue services and first Aid