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Remmy Butia October 18, 2023


The highly anticipated Kapsengere Hospital, a significant healthcare infrastructure project in Terik Ward, is on track for completion. With an impressive over 60% of the construction already finalized, the hospital’s progress was today assessed during an inspection visit by the CEC for Health and Sanitation, Ruth Koech.

Expressing her satisfaction with the progress made, the CECM stated that the enhanced facility aims to cater to the needs of the local population.
She emphasized its alignment with community requirements, emphasizing the importance of enhanced health service provision and modernization.

With the completion of the new building, it is set to emerge as a modern healthcare institution of great significance within Terik Ward.

CECM Health and Sanitation Ruth Koech consulting with resident neighbors of Kapsengere hospital at the construction site.

The new hospital will have increased space for patient care, improved privacy, and advanced medical technology to meet rising demand for services.

Mzee Bor, a resident of Kapsengere, said the new hospital is a positive development.

He said the only medical facility they had in the vicinity was Serem Health Centre, which is always overwhelmed by patients, forcing many people to resort to the neighboring counties of Vihiga and Kisumu.

“To get to Serem health centre, I had to travel several kilometers away. The new hospital will solve this problem,” Bor said.

The CECM later made an impromptu visit to Serem Health Centre to check on the service provision at the facility.

CECM Health and Sanitation Ruth Koech on inspection at one of the ward units at Serem health centre.

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