The much awaited, state of the art, Hopley Polyclinic and Youth Centre is set to be opened next month.
Health Services manager Mr Richard Chigerwe said most of the work at the clinic is at an advanced stage with the purchase of furniture and equipment expected to complete the puzzle.
"Hopley Clinic is essentially 99 percent complete. We are in the process of buying equipment and furniture and we should be opening by July," he said.
The Youth Centre is almost ready and will be opened together with the clinic.
"The Youth Centre wing is about eighty percent complete and we are working flat out to make sure that it is complete and functional before mid-July because we want to officially open the two at the same time.’’
"There have been a few delays in procuring process for material for the Youth Centre but am happy that the process is underway," he said.
The two state of the art facilities will be solar powered with the clinic expected to provide maternity services as well as primary health services to one of the city's most populated area.
The Youth Centre will provide pastime, reading and internet facilities, among other amenities, to youths in the area who are spending most of their time engaging in unruly activities.
Mr Chigerwe revealed that the Glen Norah Satellite Clinic is expected be complete in the second half of the year.
"We are finalizing the contract with the contractor who will construct the clinic up to commissioning and it will be operational in the second half of the year. If we fail to meet the target we will surely meet it early next year," he said.