When it comes to getting treatment for any ailment, everyone will go for a hospital that is sure to have them back on their feet in no time.
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This means that you will most probably choose a hospital that is convenient and in line with the amount of money you have.
Other people have opted for medical insurance like National Health Insurance Fund and many more that would see them comfortably in a good hospital without worrying about the bill.
However, it's imperative to remember that the best hospitals often come at the price of some hefty amount of money.
Here are five of the most expensive hospitals in Kenya:
Getting a bed for admission at this hospital is no easy task and requires some serious down payment to the tune of 500,000 Kenya Shillings.
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MP Shah Hospital
Located in Nairobi, this is another hospital that will see you need about 300,000 Kenya shillings minimum deposit to get admission.
However, the level of care that you will get here makes all the difference with the money paid.
Picture courtesy. MP Shah Hospital.
Agha Khan University Hospital
Another hospital that is located in Nairobi that offers some of the best specialized treatment in East and Central Africa.
You will also need to have about 600,000 Kenya Shillings minimum deposit before you are admitted.
Picture courtesy. Agha Khan University Hospital.
Also located in the capital of Kenya, Mater hospital has branches all over the country but they are very expensive.
This means that you will need a lot of money to get treated and walk out of the hospital despite the condition that you might be going through.
Picture courtesy. Mater Hospital.
What you need to know is that, these hospitals have heavily invested in the medical equipment as well as medicine so you are getting some of the best care in Africa.
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