Members of the public are herein advised that the Nausori Health Centre will be undergoing renovations from 7am tomorrow (Thursday 19th October, 2023).



To accommodate this much needed infrastructure works, temporary Field Hospital Tents have been erected in the Parking Area to provide health care for anyone seeking health services at the hospital.

Health services that will shift to the Field Hospital Tents, and will be provided from 7am to 8pm are:

  • Emergency Services
  • General Outpatient Services
  • Case Reviews
  • Dressings and Foot Care

After 8pm, only Emergency Cases will be a priority.

X-Rays services and Scan services has shifted from its current site and will be conducted at the School Health Building beside the Pharmacy department.

Laboratory Services has shifted to Wainibokasi Hospital.

Health Services that will not shift and will continue to be provided from their current site include;

  • Maternal & Child Health Services
  • Special Outpatient Services
  • Family Planning Services
  • Physiotherapy Services

The above services will be accessed through the Wainibokasi Street (Nausori Town Council) side gates.

Access to the Field Hospital Tent will be through the Nausori Old Market Car Park as there will be no parking in Nausori Health Centre and its vicinity.

The Nausori Maternity Unit, Dental Unit, Pharmacy, Administrative & Counselling Services will operate as normal.

Members of the public are advised that the renovation will progress for the next three (3) months and the Ministry will ensure that there is minimal disruptions to the provision of health care services from the hospital.

The Ministry of Health & Medical Services apologizes for the inconvenience caused and our health team on site will be happy to assist you to get to the service that you which to attend.

For more information please contact: Sub-Divisional Medical Officer (SDMO) Rewa Dr Charlie Rasue on 8915 525.

Last Updated on 8 months by Publishing Team

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