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Business Hours
Days Hours
 Monday - Friday  08:00 - 16:45
 Lunch Time  13:00 - 14:00
* We shall observe all holidays as stipulated by the Government of Swaziland

HMIS Location

Welcome to CMIS
CMIS is an integrated Patient Management System for managing and reporting all diseases.

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Unique Patient Identifier
Introduction of a health sector unique patient Identifier using Swaziland's national ID number with the aim of improving quality of care particularly for chronic conditions such as HIV and AIDS, Diabetes, Hypertension, etc.
Latest News and Announcement
All our activities are careful reported and communicated regularly. HMIS Blogs, Facebooks, Youtubes, runs Monthly Newsletters among other things to keep you updated and also to receive your feedback or comments.
IT Help Desk
Our Help Desk will provide you with information, support and assist you troubleshoot problems or provide guidance on all our projects.
Networking of Health Sites
HMIS is currently in the process of Networking all Health Site.
The Health Management Information System [HMIS] Team
We work as a team, synergizing ourselves for optimal and high quality services.

What is the CMIS?

CMIS Project
Timely access to right and correct patient information, and efficient workflows is the key focus of the HMIS. The HMIS team developed a Client Management Information System (CMIS) that suits all clinical environments ranging from large, medium to small facilities.

The CMIS was designed for flexibility and scalability to meet future changes and demands for easy customization and report generation. It provides dash-boards to simplify complex data analyses.

It has core modules such as patient registration and management, HIV care management, drug and prescription management, and referral services.

The CMIS provides hospitals and clinics improved response to care, enhanced decision-making and increased efficiencies. With information readily available, doctors and nurses can effectively administer efficient clinical services.