Health Workers, County Gov’t Collaboration Essential for Service Delivery- Geoffrey Mosiria


By Samson Wire cityhall correspondence

Nairobi County Health Chief Officer Geoffrey Mosiria made an impromptu visit to Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital and Makadara Health Center to access the needs of staff and the facilities.

He took note of the improvements that had been made since his last visit to the hospital and commended the staff for their dedication to their work.

However, he also identified some areas that required improvement, such as the need for more medical equipment and supplies, especially in the maternity section.

He assured the staff that the County Government would do its best to address these challenges and ensure that healthcare facilities operated optimally.

Mr. Geoffrey Mosira emphasized the importance of collaboration between healthcare workers and the County Government to ensure that residents of Nairobi County received the best possible healthcare services.

He also urged the public to always seek medical attention in accredited health facilities to avoid quack practitioners and unapproved drugs.

“Am pleased to find that we have dedicated staffs in our public Hospitals

However, I have noted that there are still areas that require improvement, such as the availability of medical supplies that are not available in KEMSA and procurement is  ongoing as well as equipment that requires installations and repair such  generator and laundry machines in makadara health center” Geoffrey Mosira said.

The Chief Officer of Health reaffirmed the County Government’s commitment to improving healthcare services in Nairobi County and urged healthcare workers to continue serving patients with dedication and passion.

The leadership of Governor Sakaja has prioritized the needs of all county facilities and to provide the necessary resources to ensure that all healthcare workers can provide top-quality services to patients.

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