The Zambia health structure starts from community level, where community health posts are staffed by community health workers who attend to the patients. Community health workers have to refer patients with certain health cases to district hospitals and each district ideally must have a district hospital. The district hospital can then refer complicated cases to a general hospital. In Southern Province there are two general hospitals and The University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka is the biggest hospital in Zambia. Most Zambian hospitals are government run but there are quite a number of mission hospitals in rural Zambia and Zambia also has a few private hospitals.