Several VIPs are fighting for their lives in various hospitals across the country as the coronavirus claimed the life.
In Kenya the Covid-19 arrived in Kenya and it has been affecting alot of people.We have lost medical doctors, prominent leaders and also celebrities.Unfortunately, death often strikes when we least expect and it is inevitable event.
The Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU) is the trade union that represents all medical doctors in Kenya.It's so sad for me to lose Dr Kenneth Mutuma who succumbed to COVID19 complications.Mutuma worked at Mbagathi Hospital.
The KMPDU fraternity has been thrown into deep mourning following the death of Dr Kenneth Muthuma.The organization eulogizes him as a responsible person who had patient's interest at heart.According to TUKO, he succumbed to Covid-19 related hospital.
The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic brought the whole country to a stand still and millions of Kenyans felt the heat of the pandemic.Only few probably did not feel the heat especially those that looted from KEMSA.
Mbagathi Hospital in Nairobi. Source/Kahawatungu.com Mbagathi Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Loice Mutai has been exposed over her dirty deeds as the superior at the hospital. According to various medical health care workers from the hospital who spoke to Kahawatungu, Dr. Mutai uses dictatorial rules against those below her. The medical health care workers told Kahawatungu that this rules have in many ways threatened their lives from various illness including the novel coronavirus. Unfortunately, the doctors
The medical field has been put in the lim light on several occasions when things go wrong.Sometimes the practice becomes messy in cases of misdiagnosis.A lady reported that she once went Mbagathi Hospital and was diagnosed with stomach problems.
Kenyans who have NHIF covers in private hospitals will suffer a major blow after the corporation is reported to have delayed releasing funds to private hospitals. This means important health services offered at private hospitals will be crippled and therefore deny the public the healthcare services they deserve. Besides, NHIF will also not cover for COVID-19 patients admitted to a private hospital, despite the rising numbers of Coronavirus cases in the country. This move will force Kenyans to dig deeper into
In Kenya the Covid-19 showed up in Kenya and it has been influencing a lot of individuals.We have lost clinical specialists, prominent leaders and furthermore VIPs.Shockingly, death regularly strikes when we wouldn't expect and it is unavoidable occasion.
The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Union has been thrown into mourning recently after one of its experienced and renowned doctors succumbed to covid-19 complications.Dr Kenneth Mutuma was a renowned Practitioner whose skill was touted as among the best in his field.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) has released statement confirming that it supposed to and will be covering full expenses occurred in treating a registered member victim of corona virus. This has cleared a stalemate that has been there between the parastatal and the members. The members felt that NHIF should cover the victims contrary to what was happening. The agency CEO stated that it their duty to mind the well being of the registered members. He further stayed that it is also away of helping the
Kenya Medical Practioners Pharmacist and Dentist Union(KMPDU) is mourning the death of one of their own by the name Dr Keneth Mutuma.Photo courtesy Dr Keneth Mutuma passes on this week wIth covid-19 complications.
The 2nd wave of corona virus has made many Kenyans got worried of their health.Yesterday at Mbagathi Hospital as the Kenyans were being vaccinated hey came out complaining that they ere being asked for bribes.
Citizen Television Network of Kenya has today reported that Kenya's Coronavirus situation is now worrying, and if no measures are taken to curtail the rising cases things will be out of control. According to Citizen Wikendi program moderated by Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdalla, the healthcare system in Kenya's has been overpoered by the surging Covid-19 cases to the fact that there is additional hospital beds in Nairobi, Mombasa and Kakamega Counties. "Mashahidi Wa Corona: Makala maalum yanayowaangazia wagonjwa
The medical fraternity are mourning the death of their colleague who passed on this week.According to the Kenya Medical Practitioners,Pharmacists and Dentist Union(KMPDU) post on Twitter this morning,they are mourning the the death of Dr Kenneth Mutuma.
In a bid to reduce the neonatal mortality rate in Kenya, the government through the ministry of health launched the first breast milk bank at Pumwani Maternity Hospital in Nairobi in April 2019.Kenya is the first country in East Africa and the second country in Africa after South Africa to launch this program.
The Ministry of Health has warned that public transport including taxis could be a means of easily spreading Corona virus if the measures are not followed. Dr Francis Kuria who is in charge of contact tracing said that looking for people who have been contact with a driver who has Corona is difficult. Health CAS Rashid Aman put the Transport sector on the spot light for breaking rules and emphasized on need of more tough measures. Dr Francis Kuria stated that, "Today, if you use a Taxi or Cab, and the driver
The Nairobi Metropolitan Service Director of Health Services Dr.Josephine Kibare and police officers from National police service will augment service provision of security at various health facilities according to a statement issued today by NMS. The measures that have been outlined by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services and are expected to ensure good service delivery at various health facilities that include;Mama lucy hospital, Pumwani Maternity Hospital, Mbagathi Hospital and Mutuini Hospital. The new measures
Mbagathi Hospital Chair of Board of Directors George Osewe (Photo Courtesy Source Twitter) The Chair of the Board of Directors at Mbagathi District Hospital George Osewe has been allegedly accused of asking for favours from female junior nurses and staffs in exchange for promotion. The Hospital MD George Osewe was also accused of insubordination over imprest by the hospital boss Loice Mutai. Members of the public have been asking NMS Kenya to look on the matter and act with immediate effect. Members of the public
George Okembe Chairman of Mbagathi Hospital is the hotspot after allegations that he abuses the junior nurses sexually for promotions. This is really bad since we all work so hard to get promotions in our job and at the same time maintain our dignity and it such a pity that if you do not submit to his wishes you will end up never getting promoted and in some instances you are being threatened to be fired. George okembe is said to be misusing his powers and this has created lots of reaction in social media