Kamuzu Central Hospital
|Kamuzu Central HospitalKamuzu Central Hospital|
|Affiliated university||University of North Carolina|
|Network||Malawi German Networking for Capacity Building in Treatment, Training and Research at Kamuzu Central Hospital|
Kamuzu Central Hospital is a tertiary referral hospital in the Lilongwe, Malawi. It is estimated to have 600–1,000 beds, though the true number of patients always exceeds the number of beds. It serves approximately 5 million people. It has a partnership with the University of North Carolina  and Haukeland University of Norway. Additionally, it receives support from Baylor Pediatric AIDS Initiative  and a partnership project, called Magnet (Malawi German Networking for Capacity Building in Treatment, Training and Research at Kamuzu Central Hospital), with the Institute of Public Health  of the University Hospital Heidelberg in Germany, the University Hospital Cologne and the University Hospital Bonn. 
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