Medical Doctor In-charge (MDI)
Dear Website Visitors,
Greetings from the Health Centre at Mkwawa University College of Education!
I am honored to welcome you to our virtual platform, where your health and well-being are our top priorities. As the Medical Doctor in charge, my team and I are dedicated to ensuring that you have access to the best possible healthcare services and information.
Your health is an essential component of your academic and personal success, and our team is here to support you throughout your journey at Mkwawa. Whether you have health-related questions, need medical advice, or require assistance with healthcare resources, we are here to assist you.
Our commitment extends beyond just providing medical care; we also focus on health education and preventive measures to empower you to make informed decisions about your well-being. Your health and safety are of utmost importance to us.
While exploring our website, I encourage you to familiarize yourself with the healthcare services and resources available to you as a member of the Mkwawa community. Remember, taking care of your health is an investment in your future success.
Thank you for visiting our website, and please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any medical concerns or questions. Your health matters to us, and we are here to support you every step of the way.
MUCE Health Centre was established by Mkwawa University College of Education aiming at providing health services to college Community and surroundings population.
Its among four (4) health centre is Iringa Municipal with registration number 116211. The centre saves a population of around fifty thousand people which include students, staff and surroundings community. It operates for twenty four (24) hours.
It has various units which are led by qualified staff including;
- Outpatient and Emergency Unit
- Impatient Unit
- Reproductive and Child Health Unit (RCH)
- Voluntary and Counseling Unit (VCT)
- Care and Treatment Clinic (CTC)
- Sexual Reproductive Health Unit
The inpatient unit consists of male, female and private wards with total bed occupancy of fourty two (42) beds.
MUCE Health centre provide both curative and preventive services to students staff and people from surrounding community. The centre has been accredited by National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) to provide treatment to NHIF beneficiaries since 2009. The total OPD attendance is around sixty (60) patients per day. The following services are available at our centre
- Treatment of communicable and non-communicable diseases
- Treatment of medical and obstetric emergencies
- Voluntary counseling and Testing (VCT)
- RCH services
- CTC services
- Sexual Reproductive Health activities to youth
- Delivery services
- Minor surgeries
- Laboratory diagnostic services
Mkwawa University College of Education, like many academic institutions, typically has a set of student bylaws in place to ensure the smooth functioning and well-being of the university community. These bylaws may encompass various aspects of student life, including academic conduct, campus behavior, and administrative procedures.
These regulations serve to establish expectations and guidelines for students in areas such as attendance, academic integrity, respectful behavior towards fellow students and faculty, use of university facilities, and adherence to administrative processes. These bylaws are designed to foster a positive and conducive learning environment for all students while upholding the values and standards of the institution. It is essential for students to familiarize themselves with and abide by these bylaws throughout their tenure at the university to ensure a harmonious and productive educational experience.
To download the students bylaws Click Here
Dr. Adella Mtei
Director Student Services
Warden Hall 6 and Head Counseling section
Warden Hall 1
Warden Hall 4 and coordinator of students Governance
Warden Hall 5 and coordinator of Health and Catering Services
Warden Hall 2 and Sports coordinator
Warden Hall 3 firstname.lastname@example.org