Sr. Emmanuella Fomenky Memorial Foundation Clinic

HEALTH IS WEALTH

Sr. Emmanuella Fomenky Memorial Foundation Clinic

Buea, Cameroon is a Health Centre which renders health services to the students, staff and faculty of CUIB, and the community. It is owned and run by the Catholic University Institute of Buea.

Its mission is to improve on the health of students, staff and faculty of CUIB, as well as that of the community by delivering quality health services.

Sr. EFMFC is a medicalized health Centre with well trained personnel (medical doctor, nurse and laboratory technician) which provides wide range of health services including but not limited to medical consultations, laboratory exams and screenings.

Points of pride

  • A well trained medical staff available on a permanent basis
  • A well-equipped medical laboratory performing a wide variety of medical analyses.
  • We have a holistic approach to health care.
  • Health services, laboratory investigation and medications are offered at moderate and subsidized prices.
  • Students, Staff and Faculty also acquire knowledge on basic health issues during health talks.

TOP 5 FREQUENTLY ASK QUESTIONS

Not all services are free. As seen above, some services, medications and laboratory investigations are free, while some others not mentioned are paid for.
The health fee serves as a caution/insurance for the free services and medications rendered.
No, we do not admit patients, but we do have observation rooms where patients are permitted to rest while receiving treatment.
Yes, they are permitted to benefit from the health services because the objective of this health facility is to provide qualitative care to CUIB family and the community
So far, we have not established any partnership. Never the less, patients who need specific medical attention are referred to other hospitals and we follow them up.
Outreach services
We provide health services through an outreach health programme to communities whose accessibility to such is greatly reduced by poor road infrastructure, financial constraint, reliance on road side medications and traditional remedy
What we have achieved
The health clinic won a grant which enabled the purchase of a Hilux Toyota four runner for emergency purposes, transfer of referred cases and enables us access hinter lands during our outreach programs