Our Mission

Our Mission

 

To transform lives through ecumenism, capacity building, advocacy and service delivery.

 

Our Vision2

Our Vision

One Church; United in Faith and Mission Witnessing to Jesus Christ and Transforming Lives.

Our Values2

Our Values

In pursuing its Christian calling, the Council shall uphold:

  • Integrity through accountability and transparency;
  • Stewardship through sound resource management;
  • Professionalism through competence and efficiency;
  • Partnership by collaborating with others;
  • Servant-hood through fair and humble service.
Mission & Vision

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This is how it works...explains Dr. Maringo when the FAC members toured the theatre section at Jumuia Huruma

Residents of Nairobi County will soon begin to enjoy alternative quality accessible and affordable medical services courtesy of the newly built ultra-modern hospital, Jumuia Huruma.

The 175-bed capacity facility has already been accredited into a level-5 hospital ahead of its official opening slated for early next year. The hospital will be the second such facility to be established by the National Council of Churches of Kenya, under her subsidiary company Jumuia Hospitals Ltd, following last year’s successful launch of the premier facility Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi in Vihiga County.
Speaking during their inaugural tour of the new facility in Huruma, members of the NCCK’s Finance and Administration Committee (FAC) lauded the Council’s intervention in medical health, terming it “A step in the right direction.” They pointed out that the Council will continue to respond to challenges afflicting Kenyans especially the poor aimed at improving their livelihoods. While appreciating the investment, the FAC members added that Jumuia Hospital Huruma was a clear testimony of NCCK’s commitment to abide by her slogan “For Wananchi.”
Among those present during the tour that was conducted by NCCK's General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter Karanja were: Mrs Lyn Mengich who also chairs the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, NCCK Hon. Treasurer Mr. Sam Mwamburi Mwale, Mrs Veronica Muchiri, Mr. Gidraph Nduati, Dr. Isaac Kalua, Ambassador James Ochami, Mr John Thiong’o, Mr. Sam Kottut, Bishop Eliud Nyakundi Mr. Desmond Mutula and Deputy General Secretary Dr. Nelson Makanda.
“I am very impressed and happy with the work here. This will give NCCK a totally different face about the issues of the people. When you here of Huruma you think of a basic hospital. However what I have seen is a high end facility. As a mother, I was impressed by the delivery rooms which is a critical area. Most women especially around this side of Nairobi do not have anywhere to deliver their babies. But now with Jumuia Huruma, that need has been catered for. And in the age of child trafficking, I can confirm that security has been taken care of given what I have seen,” affirmed Mrs Muchiri.

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NCCK General Secretary Rev. Canon Peter Karanja poses for a group photo with the FAC committee shortly after the tour of the new Jumuia Hospital Huruma

Her sentiments were echoed by Mr. Nduati who pointed out that the picture was now very clear. “The tour was excellent. Some of us have been hearing it in meetings. But today, we were able to see what we have been discussing,” revealed Mr Nduati.

Similarly Dr. Kalua who weighed in said: "It is a facility that was long overdue. The location is right and the population in the area required such a hospital with the kind of equipment we have here. Riding from Jumuia Friends Hospital Kaimosi in Western, I think we are getting more experienced. We should now focus more on partnerships that are going to help patients who come here. For instance partnerships with the Ministry of Health, counties and insurance companies."
On their part Bishop Nyakundi and Mr. Kottut called on those with the National Hospital Insurance Fund cards to take advantage of the new facility as soon as it begins admitting patients.
Bishop Nyakundi said: “The Infrastructure that NCCK has put up in Huruma is massive. Some of the facilities I saw you don’t find them in well established hospitals in Nairobi. It is a hospital that will answer many challenges that Kenyans face. I also saw a heavy financial investment. This is commendable,” he concluded.
“We appreciate the interventions of faith based organizations in the health sector and Jumuia Huruma is an example. NCCK took a step of faith by borrowing money to put up this hospital. It is something we need to give credit to. The Church is pro the poor and that is why Huruma was chosen unlike what we know as the norm where such facilities are put up in urban areas. Now you have no reason to go to Karen or other leafy suburbs to access high-end medi-care. It is all going to be here in Huruma. All you need is your NHIF card,” advised Mr. Kottut.
Jumuia Hospital Huruma will offer both in-patient and out-patient services as follows: 24hrs Maternity, Mother and Child Health Services, Endoscopy, Oncology, Ultra-Sonography, CT Scan, Renal Dialysis, Intensive Care Unit, High Dependency Unit and Modern Theatre.
The new facility is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, funded by the East African Development Bank. Jumuia Hospital Huruma is located behind John Saga shopping center along Ndingi Mwana a’Nzeki road. It can be accessed from Juja road after Huruma Police station or Outering road after Kariobangi North roundabout.

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An artistic impression of the newly built facility located in Huruma, off Juja road.

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Contact Information

  • Address: 3rd Fr, Jumuia Place, Lenana road, Nairobi
  • Address: P. O. Box 45009 - 00100, Nairobi
  • Tel: 254202721249
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