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Large Kenyan Government-led Program to Modernize Health Services

The Kenyan Ministry of Health's program to modernize core healthcare services at 98 hospitals and government facilities across the country is being heralded as "the first Government-led program of its kind in Kenya - and one of the largest undertaken to date in Africa to support sustainable healthcare development." As a technology provider, GE Healthcare will supply the radiology modernization tranche of the program as well as training and technical support for medical staff to ensure the optimal operation of the equipment. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.

Patients wait to be treated at Mgabathi Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya on June 15, 2016. Mgabathi Hospital is one of the 98 hospitals in Kenya that will benefit from the program being led by the Ministry of Health to modernize core healthcare services at key government facilities across the country.


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