The current chief officer who is in charge of public health in Nakuru county, Dr. Daniel Wainaina has confirmed that there is a high number of people flocking Naivasha town. Dr Daniel added that the demand for condoms has also gone higher over this period. There have been reports that there is condoms shortage being experienced in the area.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a killer disease that has no cure. The disease spreads through having unprotected sexual intercourse with infected people, breastfeeding, blood transfusion and sharing sharp cutting objects such as razors and needles with infected people. It has been revealed by the USAID Tujenge Jamii Project that there is an increase of HIV/AIDS infection rate in Nakuru County.
The department of Health is conducting an induction program for all health facility management committees that were recently gazetted to run the various health facilities in the next 3 years. The Health facility management committees will be working closely with facility managers to implement projects towards the improvement of the quality of health service delivery.
The Nakuru City County's Department of Health Services has conducted a debrief activity for over sixty health care managers at various levels of healthcare service delivery. The team of managers included all Sub County Health Management Teams, Hospital data managers, in charges and other service providers who have tirelessly been on the forefront to ensure Health systems are efficiently working even during the pandemic without a break.
(Courtesy)For years now, Maai-Mahiu has never had a level 4 hospital and the residents of the county had to move to Naivasha for essential services.These however is coming to an end as the 12 weeks construction which was on going is on its final stretches.
Nakuru County Public Health and Emergency Response Centre has received assorted items worth Ksh 1.2 Million fro World Relief to boost the County's efforts in fighting the spread of the COVID-19. The donations included 1044pieces of masks and 2000 pieces of Aprons to be distributed across all the 11 Sub counties.
one of the victims who consumed poisoned liquor being assisted at Maili Kumi sub-county hospital in Nakuru. (File) The number of people who died the suspectedly poisoned liquor in Hodi Hodi are of Bahati, Nakuru county has risen to 8. County Health Department chief officer, Daniel Wainaina confirmed that three other people died on Wednesday morning.
Three more people who had consumed an illicit blew in Nakuru County have died today. This has now brought the total number of deaths to eight. The three died at Bahati Sub-County Hospital while receiving treatment, county public health officer Daniel Wainaina confirmed today. One of those who died was an expectant mother who had gone blind after consuming the illicit blew.