The Nairobi Women’s Hospital (NWH) has opened an operating theatre to cater for the increased demand for specialized healthcare services in the coastal region.
The new theatre will enable the Hospital to perform major and minor surgeries as well as cesarean section deliveries. NWH has additionally introduced CT-Scan services to cater to the growing need for specialized outpatient services.
“We continue to make investments in our service offerings. The new theatre gives our customers, in Mombasa County, twenty-four hours of access to quality and affordable healthcare services,” said Dr. Chris Abeid, Chief Executive Officer of The Nairobi Women’s Hospital.
The latest investment by NWH comes on the back of the Hospital launching CT scan services in Nakuru.
NWH in mid-year also introduced a 34 bed COVID-19 isolation and treatment center in the Ongata Rongai Branch, a suburb of Kajiado County, a Molecular laboratory at its Hurlingham Branch in Nairobi County, and the hospitals’ teleconsultation platform that ensures that patients continue seeking services from their preferred doctors without necessarily visiting the Hospital’s facilities in line with the Government’s COVID-19 preventative guidelines.
Last month, the Nairobi Women’s Hospital (NWH) introduced CT-Scan services as a response to the growing demand for specialized 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 specialized equipment at its Nakuru Hyrax branch.
“We 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 to the growing need for affordable and quality services across the country.