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2024 Induction Ceremony

LMMU hosted its first ever induction ceremony for The Bachelor of Medicine and The Bachelor of Surgery program in The School of Medicine and Clinical Sciences. This event was graced by the Minister of Health Hon. Sylvia Masebo and other invited delegates from medical and health professional bodies.

International Anti-Corruption Day

The Levy Mwanawasa Medical University (LMMU) participated in the commemoration of the International Anti-Corruption Day, which falls on 9th December each year.

Zambia joined the rest of the world in commemorating this very important Day that raises public awareness on corruption and what can be done to fight the scourge.

This year, the event was commemorated under the theme “UNCAC AT 20: Uniting the World Against Corruption”. Various activities were lined up for the Day, starting with a match-past from East Park Mall to the Show Grounds Main Arena.

The Kingdom Of Lesotho Minister Of Health Visits LMMU.

The Levy Mwanawasa Medical University (LMMU) recently hosted a high-powered delegation from the Kingdom of Lesotho led by that country’s Minister of Health, Hon. Semano Sekatle.

The delegation from the Government of Lesotho that included Lesotho’s Ministry of Health Principal Secretary, Mrs. Molrei Ntene was in the country to familiarize themselves with the Zambian health sector.

The delegation had earlier held a high-level meeting with the Minster of Health, Hon. Silvia Masebo and other senior officials.

We Came, We Conquered.

Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital (LMUTH) has scooped two awards at the just ended Africa Public Service Day held at the East Park Mall in Lusaka.

Her Honour, Mrs. Mutale Nalumango, Acting President of the Republic of Zambia, handed over the prestigious awards to the hospital at the colourful Africa Public Service Day celebrations yesterday.

The awards won by the celebrated hospital were: second place for being the most resilient institution during the COVID-19 pandemic and third place for being the most Customer Centric Institution.

LMUTH Celebrates World Prematurity Day In Style.

Pomp and splendor characterized the commemoration of this year’s World Prematurity Day at Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital (LMUTH).

The World Prematurity Day is held annually on 17th November to raise awareness of premature birth and the sometimes devastating impact it can have on families.

This year’s World Prematurity Day was commemorated under the theme “Together for babies born too soon – Caring for the future”, highlighting that investing in the care of this vulnerable patient group is an investment in the future generation.

Prof. Chomba Tours The Newly Constructed Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital.

LMMU Vice Chancellor, Prof Elwyn Chomba on January 14, 2020 visited the newly constructed Levy Mwanawasa Teaching Hospital (LMUTH) to check on the on-going preparations at the soon to open Masterpiece.

She was accompanied by her Deputy Vice Chancellor, Administration, Dr. Laston Chikoya, Ag/Director Health Services, Dr. Margret Chibowa, Ag/LMUTH Head Clinical Care, Dr. Bright Nsokolo, LMMU Registrar, Mr. Chishimba Bowa and other members of the management team. 

China Donates Eye Medical Equipment to LMUTH

The Chinese government has donated modern eye medical equipment to LMUTH worth K3 million. The donation was made on December 23rd, 2019.  

LMUTH Receives Kudos

The Levy Mwanawasa University Teaching Hospital (LMUTH) has been commended for its improved health care services, especially in Maternal and Child Health.
The accolades were given by Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary for Technical Services, Dr. Kennedy Malama during an impromptu visit to the hospital on Friday, December 20, 2019. Dr. Malama observed that the number of maternal deaths has drastically reduced at the hospital in the past three years.

PROF. Chomba Interacts With LMMU Kabwe Campus Students

Levy Mwanawasa Medical University (LMMU) Vice Chancellor, Prof. Elwyn Chomba recently visited LMMU Kabwe Campus to officially welcome its 226 students to the newly established LMMU.

The LMMU Kabwe Campus, formerly, Chainama College of Health Sciences - Kabwe Campus, was established in 2015 and offers one programme, a diploma in Clinical Medicine for Clinical Officer general.

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