In Migori and Kakamega counties, health workers have been forced to work extra hours even as they warn that the facilities are overwhelmed. Doctors have said that some patients have travelled back to their rural homes, fearing that their health conditions could worsen should they become infected with coronavirus.
Officials tour the dialysis centre in Roysambu (file photo).
Nation, 9 April 2019
Residents of Roysambu in Nairobi can now easily access medical and dialysis services after the Aga Khan University Hospital opened a new centre at the Jewel Complex building. Read more »
Nation, 4 February 2019
National Hospital Insurance Fund payouts for treatment of kidney failure increased by 41 percent last year, with the agency releasing Sh1.8 billion for dialysis. Read more »
A report has revealed that 68% of Kenyans want a total lockdown enforced as a measure to avert further spread of COVID-19 - this as 142 cases and four deaths have been confirmed. ... Read more »
From January up until early February 2020, the number of pneumonia cases have increased from 137,667 to 195,504 reports say. While the data for March is not yet complete, a source ... Read more »
The 66-year-old patient was a diabetic who was admitted at the Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi. He arrived in the country on March 13 from South Africa via Swaziland, according ... Read more »
The move comes as more countries across the world heeded the advice of scientists that the only way to slow down the spread of COVID-19 is by imposing movement restrictions on ... Read more »