This book is a result of a research conducted to assess the magnitude and impact of medical brain drain in Zimbabwe's Government Health Institutions since 2006. Zimbabwe like many other African countries loose most of its brains due to mismanagement of human resources at times with the asumption that they will return or will find life difficult wherever they go and will be compelled to return home. Evidence shows that this is not the case, once people relocate they start a new life even if it means doing unprofessional jobs as long as they earn a living. Lives continue to be lost due to inadequate health professionals in hospitals. Zimbabwe continue to be a training ground for other countries. Of late they froze recruitment completely which means most graduate doctors and nurses go on a job hunt beyond our boarders. It calls for concerted efforts to curb further loss of medical professionals which continue to hit hard on ordinary people when they go to seek health care services in hospitals that are operating below scale.