H.E. Mike Sonko, Governor of Nairobi County, today commissioned the new Out Patient unit at Mbagathi Hospital. The Governor together with other county dignitaries, and the hospital’s Board led by Mr. George Osewe, toured the new facility. The new Out Patient facility boasts of a spacious wait area compliant with COVID-19 spacing guidelines equipped with a Queue Management System to facilitate efficient service delivery.
Today Malteser International Ltd donated PPE equipment. Present to receive the donation is Dr. Kibaru – Director Health Services NMS, Mbagathi Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Loise Mutai and Health Administrative Officer George Mosiria.
The Chair of Mbagathi Hospital Board Mr George Osewe inspects and tests the new Queue Management System installed at the facility’s new Out Patient Department ahead of its opening to the public.
The new facility includes an ample waiting facility, customer care service desk, queuing system and indoor and outdoor air quality sensors. All this has given Mbagathi Hospital a much needed face lift since its inception in the 1950s!. Congratulations to the hospital board and management
Buildings have proven to be a safe haven during the ongoing pandemic. The stay at home message assumes that the built environment does not spread disease or cause further sickness.
Kenya Green Building Society has invited Mbagathi Hospital to receive the first indoor and outdoor air quality sensors under the World Green Building Council Global Better Places for People Program and by extension the Plant a sensor global campaign. The indoor air quality and outdoor air quality sensors will be handed over for installation at Mbagathi Hospital to start collection of data. The event will be held on Thursday 2111 May 2020 at 11.00 am.
This data will facilitate a global boost in awareness about the extent of the air pollution crisis. This knowledge will empower action, and trigger necessary responses from citizens, the private sector and policy makers.
Mbagathi Hospital administrator Mr. Mosiria and deputy Medical Superintendent Dr. Mutio receive a donation of food from Tanaf.
Every doctor needs a quiet environment to rest and relax before the next shift. Every Doctor needs a place to refresh before going home to their loved ones especially during the COVID-19 period.
Mabati Rolling Mills has renovated the Doctor’s Quarters at the Mbagathi Hopital to provide these exact needs. With hope that with the new roof and newly fitted interiors, our doctors will be energized to serve our country. We say thank you to all health workers working to ensure our safety. Together we shall beat COVID-19. Pamoja Tutafaulu. The Safal Group.
Today we received a donation of 4,000 face masks from NUS EMB28/Lioncash. They further promised to undertake CSR activities once the hospital identifies a suitable project. Mbagathi Hospital is committed to ensure that we provide a conducive working environment for both our staff and clients. Our offices are open to staff suggestions and proposals on areas they feel need improvement so as to help in improving the quality of care to our clients.