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Mitchelle Jelimo June 12, 2019

GOVERNOR SANG MAKES AN IMPROMPTU VISIT TO COUNTY REFERRAL HOSPITAL


Nandi County Governor Stephen Sang, has today paid an impromptu visit to Kapsabet County Referral Hospital to check on its operations and its preparedness in handling emergencies.

The County boss interacted with patients and the public and ascertained  the quality of services offered from them. He also visited the pharmacy and drug stores to ensure there was sufficient drugs and non-pharmaceuticals in the facility.

He commended the doctors, nurses and other health professionals for offering efficient services under the Universal  Health Coverage program and encouraged them to keep up their efforts.

In a bid to decongest the health facility, the governor noted that proper patient referral system are being put in place to ensure all cases are handled at the facility and the ongoing construction of Mother and Child Unit which is an expansion of the MCH.

Furthermore, Sang called on the Members of County Assembly and all leaders to put their differences aside and work with him for the sake of delivering development to the residents of Nandi.

Members of the County Assembly led by Deputy Speaker Wilson Sang said they will work closely with the Executive and hospital staff to deliver the best services to it’s citizenry.

“As a government we will ensure that necessary works are done to ensure that the hospital delivering quality and affordable services to all, which includes, thorough structural renovations,” said the governor.

The governor also visited the data center being established within the facility  stated that his government is keen to strengthen the health information system through automation of operations through the Health Management Information Systems (HMIS)  amid ongoing training to ensure that efficacy and effectiveness in service delivery is realized.

Other areas he visited include the CT center, X-ray Department, Renal Unit and MRI Center. He challenged the medical staff to ensure that they better the county health sector and assured them of his support.

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