Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Ministry of Health and Quality of Life

Dr A Gaffoor Jeetoo

Dr A. G. JEETOO HOSPITAL
VOLCY POUGNET STREET
P. LOUIS
Tel No. (+230)203-1001
Fax No. (+230)212-8958
 
Introduction
The Regional hospital Dr A. Gaffoor Jeetoo is situated in the district of Port Louis in the Capital itself.
 
It provides services to the sanitary area No 1 which covers the towns Port Louis and Beau Bassin and the following villages: Q. Militaire, Dagotiere, St Julien d’hotman, Camp Thorel, L’esperance, St. Pierre, Moka, Le Hochet, Petite Riviere, Albion and Bambous etc.
 
Within its catchments area there are 2 Specialised Hospitals:
S. Bharati Eye Hospital situated at Moka and Brown Sequard Hospital (psychiatric) situated at Beau Bassin.
 
There are also 25 Community Health Centres and 6 Area Health Centres within its catchments area.
 
Historical background
The first 40-bed hospital of the capital built in 1733 under governor de Maupin at Edith Cavell Street was destroyed by a cyclone. In January 1740 governor Labourdonnais opened the first wing of a new 240-bed hospital called Civil Hospital at the seaport while the second wing completed in June 1740 took the name of Military Hospital
 
Buildings at Monsieur Street, designed to become the Royal College of Port Louis in January 1815, were destroyed by a violent cyclone in 1892. In December 1892, the foundation stone for a new college was laid down and the opening took place in September 1895. But confronted with the smallpox epidemic in May 1898, the Civil Hospital was transferred to these new buildings and the students were transferred to the Royal College of Curepipe.
 
Reiterated proposals since 1860 to build a hospital in the capital at Plaine-Lauzun did not succeed and in October 1905 it was decided to maintain the Civil Hospital at Monsieur Street. From this time onwards the hospital has known several attempts at extension and renovation.
 
In November 1984, the Civil Hospital was renamed Dr Abdool Gaffoor Jeetoo Hospital after a well-known pre-independent political leader who died in January 1961.
 
Services provided
 
 General Medicine
 General Surgical
 Orthopaedic
 Paediatric
 Nursery
 Gynecology and Obstetrics
 Physical Medicine
 Chest diseases
 NCD (Communicable Diseases Clinic)
 Skin diseases OPD
 ENT Clinic OPD
Oncology OPD
Ophthalmology OPD
Accident and Emergency Dept.
Intensive care Medical and Surgical
Dental facilities
Haemodyalisis
 
Ancillary Departments
 
Medical Laboratory Services

 X-Ray
 Physiotherapy
 Occupational Therapy
 Speech Therapist
 Dietician
 Social Worker
 Medical Records Department
 
Administrative Services
 
Title Name Email Address
A.g Regional Health Director Dr Goordoyal
Medical Superintendent Dr (Mrs) U.D Kowlessur
Regional Health Services Administrator Miss Y.Ramkissoon yramkissoon@govmu.org
Acting Senior Health Records Officer Mrs U Bhugul
 
The SAMU Project, a specialised emergency service. Phone 114

 

Subscribe to newsletter

Subscribe to the monthly newsletter, to be informed of the latest news portal, and new services added.