Governor Simba Arati has promised a modern pharmaceutical centre to curb theft of drugs in public health facilities.
Governor Arati's government is always committed to ensuring the shortage of drugs in the Kisii county hospitals is controlled.
Governor Simba Arati has also warned medics in public hospitals against sending patients to buy cheap drugs from private pharmacies.
He said he has received complaints from patients that some health workers direct them to buy drugs from private chemists.
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The Governor will not tolerate situations where patients are sent by medics to buy simple drugs from pharmacies even when they available in the hospital.He reinstated that all drugs purchased from KEMSA will reach the patients in various dispensaries and level 4 hospitals in Kisii County. They installed a digital dispensing platform of the drugs this will ensure countability of drugs thus curbing the corrupt vices that have been experienced in the health sector.
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