Category: Investment

17 Mar
By: Vince 0

Pres. Kenyatta Commissions Multi Million Medical Equipment at PGH

NAKURU, Kenya 17th March – H.E. the President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Samoei Ruto alongside our H.E. the Governor Kinuthia Mbugua commissioning the state of the art medical equipment today at the Nakuru Level 5 Hospital.

This program has been made possible through the Managed Equipment Service MES partnership between the County and the National Governments.

The equipment included an ICU, theater, a renal unit and MRI. The renal unit has 49 dialysis centers and can handle 2,500 patients. Using the MRI machine will cost residents only Ksh 10,000 as compared to Ksh 40,000.

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This hospital provides a wide range of clinical and support services to client. These services include Medicine, Surgery, Renal, Accidents and Emergency, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Dermatology, ENT, Dental Services, Pharmacy, Laboratory Services, Radiology, Blood Transfusion, Rehabilitative as well as Preventive and Health Education services.

The Renal Unit has one Nephrologist, six Nephrology nurses, three nurses trained on job and one biomedical engineer. Through the Managed Equipment Services (MES), the Renal Unit has received an additional establishment of five units, increasing the total dialysis units to sixteen. The unit can now serve an average of 30 patients per day.

Still we are aspiring to increase the Renal units. Despite the increase in the number of units, the demand for dialysis is continually increasing. The hospital has an average of 50 dialysis patients on the waiting list at any given time.

This health facility also has an Intensive Care Unit headed by Anesthesiologist. In addition, the unit has fourteen nurses, six Physiotherapists and support staff. The ICU has been expanded from four-bed capacity to six with High Dependency Units fitted with an oxygen generating plant courtesy of MES.

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Further, the ICU is now equipped with adult, pediatric and neonatal ventilators. With this capacity, the ICU is now able to run optimally at 100% bed occupancy. Through the Radiology Department, the Rift Valley Provincial General Hospital is able to provide a wide range of diagnostic services. The following are the services provided: General X-ray, Mammogram, CT-Scan, MRI, Ultra Sound, EEG, OBG X-ray and EEG. Through MES project, most of the X-ray equipment have been upgraded to digital.

From this agreement, the Naivasha Sub-County has also gained through renovation and equipment of three departments.

The theatre has been boosted for timely sterilization of surgical equipment. The facility has also received fifteen surgical sets, two operating tables and theatre lights.

Further, the hospital has received CSSD-Autoclave machine and ultra-washing machine. The X-ray equipment package includes: Bravio direct X-ray machine, Aloca 5 ultrasound, portable X-ray machine, and c-arm fluoroscopy machine. This equipment will change completely the diagnostic capabilities of the various diseases for timely intervention to secure the health of our people.

County government of Nakuru support’s the programme because of the immense potential benefit it has to its people.

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16 Mar
By: Vince 0

Prevailing Peace A Boost To Nakuru’s Development – President Kenyatta

By Jackie Ruto

17th March 2016 – H.E. the President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that the construction of the Nakuru Interchange Road network has been largely facilitated by the prevailing peace especially in Nakuru County and around the country.

The president was speaking during the launch of the construction of the road network yesterday in Kamara, Kuresoi North that will also see the rehabilitation of the Molo- Olenguruone- Kibunja road, which has been in a dilapidated state for many years.

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Uhuru noted that the road network will facilitate smooth operations for farming and other businesses in the area as well as build the economy of this county.

‘Am so impressed with the hard work and peace all of you have put in place to bring development to this county. As you all know peace efforts started in Nakuru even before we were elected and we want to maintain that. The works on this major road will also see the tarmacking of Molo town,’ he said.

The president also launched the construction of 3 interchanges at Mau- Summit area, which are envisioned to ease the flow of traffic along the busy highway.

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At the same time, during his several stopovers at Molo, Elburgon and Njoro, Uhuru assured all Kenyans of the national government commitment towards ensuring all eligible Kenyans are registered as voters.

‘We are ready release more funds to IEBC to make sure the voter registration exercise continues. We have heard that some people have not been captured and we want every Kenyan to exercise their right to vote come the next general elections,’ said Uhuru.

He further called on registrar of persons to issue IDs to youth where they live rather than subjecting them to unnecessary processes or sending them to areas where they were born.

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On his part, Nakuru Governor H.E. Kinuthia Mbugua welcomed and lauded the president and his deputy for their good work.

He said the commissioned road would solve almost all the problems facing the residents of the various areas in the county where the road network will pass through.

Earlier on, the President who was accompanied by his deputy William Ruto commissioned the Shs 6 billion Chemususu water project in Baringo county.

‘Very soon we are also coming back to commission Itare dam which is another huge water project that will end water crisis in Nakuru, added Uhuru.

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