Posted on :Wednesday , 18th April 2018
Plans for the development of the Kiambu Level Five Hospital have been delivered up on by the Kiambu regional government.Representative Ferdinand Waititu had before promised to set aside Sh600 million for the express purpose of the office's extension. The office has just recently achieved level five status.
The senator additionally said that the facility would soon twofold its capacity from 200 beds to 400. “Expect a state-of-the-art emergency unit and renal centre,” said Waititu. Waititu talked at the clinic while facilitating World Health Organization (WHO)Director General Tedros Adhamon. He talked about how eager authorities in the higher classes of the organization were to develop a college close to the facility and prepare train medical personnel.
The provincial government a year ago demonstrated that patients looking for restorative treatment in local medical facilities had expanded from 800 to 1,500 every day.
Kenya's currently has three level five hospitals that comprise of Kiambu, Thika and Gatundu. Each of these get an immense number of patients from the Nairobi and its encompassing provinces like Murang'a, Kirinyaga, Nakuru and Machakos. There will also be additionally employing the services of doctors and support staff to meet increased demands.
Cleopa Mailu, Health Cabinet Secretary who attended the event, said the Government was focused on accomplishing widespread healthcare goals in the nation. He added that the Government would also ensure that health facilities were improved to enhance provision of quality healthcare.