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Nairobi Women’s Hospital Begins Offering CT Scan Services in Nakuru

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The Nairobi Women’s Hospital (NWH) has introduced CT-Scan services as a response to the growing demand for specialised outpatient services in the populous county.

The NWH Nakuru Hyrax Branch will begin to offer the service on a 24-hour basis following the successful installation of the specialised equipment at its Nakuru Hyrax branch.

“We have listened to our customers’ requests for improved and a wider array of affordable and quality healthcare services and this is why we have introduced the CT-Scan services,” said Dr. Chris Abeid, Chief Executive Officer of The Nairobi Women’s Hospital.

NWH is gradually widening its service offering to cater for the growing need for affordable health services across the country.

To this end, NWH has also introduced a 34 bed COVID-19 isolation and treatment centre in its Ongata Rongai Branch, Kajiado County.

The hospital has also introduced its teleconsultation platform that ensures that patients continue seeking services from their doctors without necessarily visiting the Hospital’s facilities in line with the Government’s COVID-19 preventative guidelines.

In June, the Hospital opened a 34-bed COVID-19 isolation and treatment centre in Ongata Rongai as the hospital sought to be more equipped to fight the virus.

The facility offers self-quarantine, isolation, and healthcare services to patients. The facility also offers online medical services through a virtual platform to minimise human-to-human contact.

The telemedicine service works well  for patients who have prescriptions and need to filled and sent remotely instead of having to go to the hospital.

“Traveling has been restricted as part of efforts to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic which means that physical hospital visits are not encouraged unless in severe cases. But this does not mean that we should forget about our health,” said Dr. Sam Thenya, the founder of the Nairobi Women’s Hospital. said while launching the service in May.

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