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New MTRH CEO Received with Pomp and Colour by Staff

Dr. Philip Kiptanui Kirwa , newly appointed MTRH CEO was today, received by Hospital staff at the Hospital’s Chandaria Grounds.

Dr. Kirwa , a renowned Gynaecologist begins his tenure as the Chief Executive Officer of the biggest International public Hospital in East and Central Africa.

In his remarks, Dr. Kirwa said the appointment is dedicated to the thousands of Kenyans and those from Across the borders seeking health care services at MTRH.

Dr. Kirwa thanked the appointing authority, H.E. The President,The Cabinet Secretary, health the Board for having trust in his leadership.

He added that during the national doctors strike, MTRH performed its mandate at over 75 percent higher than all Hospitals in the country.

The CEO said the mandate on the staff of the Hospital is monumental and urged them to continue scaling up this leadeship.

“Let’s work hard, lets know that all Kenyans seeking healthcare have faith on us. Every Department, every Directorate, have no choice but to excel in service delivery “.

“Let’s all be our brothers keeper, sisters keeper and dedicate our energies to the service of the patients”, he added.

We want to continue building the foundation already set by our predecessors in provision of quality healthcare as we support the Government’s policy of Bottom Up Tranformational Agenda (BETA).

From July, healthcare provision will be changed for the better through the Government’s Social Health Insurance Fund (SHIF) and the related new health laws.

Dr. Kirwa, a medic with 28 years experience in health said through his appointment, he will deploy his skills to lift MTRH to a higher level. He spoke about the specialized services that MTRH is offering and those to be rolled out soon.

The CEO mentioned the upcoming services like Cardiac Cathetirization Laboratory stationed at the Hospital’s Private Wing.

Dr. Kirwa said the Hospital’s staff are highly motivated and ready to receive the thousands of patients coming to MTRH from the entire East Africa.

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