The Bhubezi Community Health Centre is a public-private partnership with Ndlovu Medical Centre, Anglo American, and Virgin Unite. The clinic was officially opened in 2007 at a ceremony attended by Sir Richard Branson, the US Ambassador to South Africa, and other dignitaries.
The clinic is a one-stop centre for primary healthcare services, TB, and HIV treatment.
Right to Care has provided the clinic with infrastructure and support in the form of staff housing, an ambulance, and an x-ray machine. Right to Care covers operating expenses, including human resources and the procurement of ARV drugs and pathology monitoring.
Programmes operating at the centre include the Bhubezi AIDS Awareness programme, which deals mainly with community outreach. It built and equipped a facility for maternity and in-patients. The maternity section works mainly with the prevention of mother-to-child transmission, while the in-patient facility helps HIV patients that cannot be transferred to other medical facilities.
In 2009, Ndlovu signed a service level agreement with the Mpumalanga Department of Health, ensuring that the ARVs, medications for opportunistic infections, test kits, and pathology monitoring of HIV patients would be provided by the DoH at Bhubezi, through a relationship with the primary health care clinic at Agincourt. Bhubezi assists Agincourt with a sessional doctor (previously patients at this clinic had no access to a doctor). The rate of growth at Bhubezi has demonstrated the dire need in this underserved population.