1. Kenyatta National Hospital The Kenyatta National Hospital is the most visited and greatest public crisis center in Kenya. It was set up in 1901 with a bed breaking point of 40 and has since grow to a bed cutoff of 1800. Most patients from various centers that are not appropriately served are suggested to Kenyatta National Hospital.
1. Kenyatta National Hospital Kenyatta National Hospital was founded in 1901, it is the country's national hospital. It is located west of upper hill Nairobi Capital city. Kenyatta National Hospital is the largest hospital in Kenya and East Africa with over 6,000 staffs and over 1800 beds.
A woman has caused a sceen after accusing her husband for being involved in a cult. According to Citizen Tv, TabbyRose Wanja Wamwitha says that her husband could be involved in the death of her daughter. She has filed a case in court seeking the body of her daughter to be exhumed.
Covid-19 is a disease that is deadly and it has seriously affected many Kenyans. We have lost a number of our frontline soldiers to the pandemic who have been treating it, prominent leaders,legends and teachers. However,other patients are still fighting for their dear lives in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Unfortunately, we can never predict death and an inevitable event. It is so sad and painful as another legendary,Jayant Shah has succumbed to Covid-19 complications. He was the former Safari Rally driver
Below is the list of places where you can be vaccinated for Covid-19 in Nairobi.1.Langata or Kibera -Mbagathi District Hospital -The Nairobi South Hospital -The Nairobi West Hospital -Nairobi Men Prison and Langata Women Prison.2.
Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagua alias Jaguar was on Monday, June 28, admitted to MP Shah Hospital in Nairobi after he experienced pains in his left knee. (Photo, Courtesy) News of Jaguar's hospitalisation was first shared by artiste DK Kwenye Beat days ago, who did not disclose the ailment with which the legislator was admitted.
The deadly Corona virus came in for a third wave which health experts say is deadlier than the past waves of the pandemic in Kenya.The has caused havoc worldwide and Kenya in particular is greatly affected in terms of public health concerns.
The country is headed to a catastrophic period of the Covid-19 situation is getting uncontrollable with several Kenyans getting infected each and every day.
Corona virus is feared to have come in a different third wave owing to the fact that there has been a surge in the number of patients with Corona virus in Kenya.
For several months now the taps in Nairobi have been running dry. People have been forced to but water at hight prices with the 20 liters jerrican going for as much as Ksh 50 in some parts of the county. This water shortage was caused by a damage caused on Sasumwa Dam due to heavy downpour early last month which is a major dam that supplys water to the city. The authority responsible have been working tirelessly to ensure that they remove the argony of looking for this commodity from the residents of Nair
Covid-19 cases has sky rocketed the nation for a third time.Numerous numbers of affected cases are reported on a daily basis some of which get admitted into hospitals while others resort for home-based care.
MP Shah Hospital. (Source/Facebook/Nairobi County Forum) Mp Shah hospital situated in Nairobi has responded to social media allegations that a suspected COVID-19 patient died on their facility. Through a press statement on Sunday evening, the health facility indeed confirmed that a patient with respiratory infections signs and symptoms which are associated with deadly Conoravirus was admitted at their facility on Friday. According to the statement, the patient whose identity was yet to be identified as re
Photo: Health CS Mutahi Kagwe. He yesterday announced the first confirmed case of Coronavirus in the Country. (Source/Star) The Village Market is in the process of deploying nurses at all entry points to check temperatures of customers visiting the enterprise. The market's management through a public statement said they want to ensure the safety of their customers as the first case of Coronavirus was announced yesterday. The management said that those found with fevers after the check-ups will be referred t