New Vacancy at CCBRT, August 2022

From its roots in small-scale community-based rehabilitation for people with disabilities, CCBRT has grown to become Tanzania’s largest provider of disability and rehabilitation services.

Through advocacy, training, and clinical service, we strive to empower people with disabilities and their families, improve their quality of life, and ensure access to medical and rehabilitative treatment.

Recognising the critical relationship between quality accessible healthcare at birth and disability prevention, we also provide maternal and newborn healthcare services. Vision CCBRT’s vision is to be the leading provider of accessible, specialised health services in Africa.

Mission CCBRT’s mission is to become a healthcare social enterprise serving the community and the most vulnerable with accessible, specialised services and development programmes.

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CCBRT seeks to recruit individuals who are passionate about serving people living with disabilities, as well as mothers and babies. Our staff are known for their expertise and compassionate approach, putting the patient first in everything we do. We foster a culture of improvement and innovation through staff collaboration and initiative. It offers private services in Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Physical Rehabilitation, Imaging and ENT.

NEW VACANCY AT CCBRT, AUGUST 2022

The hospital is seeking to recruit qualified candidates to fill various vacancies. Read full details from the PDF Document below:

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