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Table 2 Overview of Kyamulibwa and Rakai HDSS included in facility survey

From: HIV policy implementation in two health and demographic surveillance sites in Uganda: findings from a national policy review, health facility surveys and key informant interviews

  Kyamulibwa Rakai
Total no. of clinics (n(%)) 10 (100.0) 14 (100.0)
Type of facility (n(%))
 Large clinic/small health center 6 (60.0) 12 (85.7)
 Large health center/hospital 4 (40.0) 2 (14.3)
Management authority (n(%))
 Government 4 (40.0) 12 (85.7)
 Faith-based organisation 3 (30.0) 0 (0.0)
 Other NGO 3 (30.0) 2 (14.3)
HIV-related services (n(%))
 HIV counselling and testing 10 (100.0) 14 (100.0)
 PMTCT 8 (80.0) 14 (100.0)
 HIV care (incl. pre-ART) and treatment 10 (100.0) 14 (100.0)
HR and patient load (median (range))
 No. of cliniciansa 3.0 (2.0–6.5) 2.0 (0.0–7.0)
 No. of nurses/midwives 4.0 (0.0–9.0) 3.3 (1.0–8.0)
 No. of counsellors 1.5 (0.0–67.0)d 1.0 (0.0–10.0)
 No. of HIV testing clients/week 19.0 (1–2011.0)d 58 (4–262)
 No. of ART clients/week 3.0 (0–270.0) 49 (19–508.0)
 No. of weekly HIV testing clients/staffb 1.8 (0.0–4.3) 6.9 (0.5–29.3)
 No. of weekly ART clients/clinician or nurse 0.3 (0.0–29.8) 10.7 (4.8–253.9)
 Staff turnoverc 7.8 (0–20.0) 4.8 (2.0–10.0)
  1. Source [13]
  2. aDoctor, clinical officer, and assistant medical officer
  3. bNurse, midwife, nursing aide, counsellor or community outreach worker
  4. cTotal staff (nurses, clinicians, aides, counsellors, outreach)/number left in past year
  5. dOne facility included all outreach workers, which represents the high end of the range