2018年10月07日

NAIROBI COUNTY TO START FREE HEALTHCARE SCHEME FOR THE POOR FAMILIES

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The Nairobi City County government is set to unveil a new medical scheme aimed at cushioning poor and vulnerable city residents against costly health services in county hospitals.

This comes after City Hall announced that it will partner with the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) to cover poor households to ensure they get quality and free medical services in the four county hospitals of Pumwani, Mama Lucy, Mbagathi and Mutuini.

Governor Mike Sonko said that his administration is determined to ensure city residents access quality and affordable health services at the various hospitals in the county at a knock-down fee.

“We will partner with NHIF to ensure quality and affordable healthcare services are offered in our county hospitals. This is also in line with and in support of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four agenda, especially on health, as it will offer accessible healthcare to the public,” said Governor Sonko Saturday.

He said that to fully realise his administration’s plans, there are plans afoot to transform Pumwani Maternity Hospital by modernising it to ensure improved maternal healthcare for mothers.

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posted by resultsjp at 15:58| Comment(3) | 情報
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財源はどこから出ているのでしょう?
Posted by ことり at 2018年10月07日 23:59
どのような仕組みなのでしょうか。
Posted by しん at 2018年10月09日 07:35
大統領の4つのアジェンダに沿った対策ですね。確実な実施が望まれます。
Posted by ひら at 2018年10月09日 09:31
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