Jumuia Friends Hospital Reaches 13,000 Through Medical Camp
September 19, 2019
Just under 13,000 people were this week reached through Free Medical Camps offered by the Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi in Shinyalu, Malava and Mumias East constituencies.
Clients were screened, provided with laboratory tests, treated or offered for tertiary care during the free medical camps that focused on chronic and lifestyle diseases including diabetes, hypertension and cancer. Cases of malaria and typhoid were also dealt with.
The Camps were organized in partnership with the Office of the Senator of Kakamega County, Hon Cleophas Malala, and various health services providers including the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF), USAID / Afya Halisi, and County Government of Kakamega among others.
In addition to providing 10 medical staff and laboratory services over the three days, Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi also availed free ambulance services. The team was led by the Hospital Administrator, Peter Lagat.
Senator Malala, on behalf of the residents, was full of praise of the services rendered by Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi and the other partners.
Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi is a Level 4 facility committed to providing accessible, affordable, high quality and integrated Christ-Centered healthcare services.
(Clients are attended at a Consultation Desk at Shinyalu Social Grounds)
(Clients awaiting service at Malava Primary School grounds)
(Senator Malala watches as a client is attended to at Malava Primarty School Grounds)
(A view of the clients visiting different arteas of the medical camp at Bomani Grounds, Mumias)
(Senator Malala posing with a section of the staff of Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi)