THE NAIROBI WOMENS’ HOSPITAL
Over the years the Nairobi Women’s hospital has grown to be the leading private hospital that provides quality and affordable health care services to low and middle-income Kenyan women and their families. In slightly over 10 years the hospital has expanded to meet the growing demand for its services to the women and their families. From just one branch at Hurlingham along Argwings Kodhek road, we now have other branches at Adams on kirichwa road, off Ngong road, Ongata Rongai along Magadi road opposite Fairmatt supermarket, 24 hour outpatient centre within Kitengela town, located at MK arcade on Namanga road and the latest Nakuru Branch, located on the Nakuru – Nairobi Highway behind Tuskys and another 24 hour outpatient centre in Eastleigh, located in Karera House on 2nd Avenue. Plans are underway to open branches in all major towns in Kenya and Africa at large. This is in line with our vision and mission.
Opened in 2001, The Nairobi Women’s Hospital Group has achieved great milestones in the medical industry through its expertise and service provision. The hospital is the first of its kind in the East and Central African region and for the past eleven years we have seen the rapid growth and change of face of the hospital in reproductive healthcare issues. We specialize in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, but are also competent to handle all other general, medical and surgical conditions that require specialized care; we have consultants in all fields of medicine.
We are currently rolling out a massive expansion plan with four hospitals under our wings- The Nairobi Women’s Hospital- Hurlingham, The Nairobi Women’s Hospital- Adams, The Nairobi Women’s Hospital-Ongata Rongai & The Nairobi Women’s Hospital-Kitengela. We intend to continue with this expansion, even as we endeavor to bring quality health care near you. The Hospital currently has a total capacity of 225 beds, with adequate beds in Maternity, Paediatrics, medical and surgical wards for both male and female patients. We also offer free medical and psychosocial support to survivors of Gender Based Violence through the GVRC center within The Nairobi Women’s Hospital.
The Nairobi Women’s Hospital Group has also established The Nairobi Women’s Hospital-Medical Training College, with a vision of “Transforming Healthcare Education in Africa”. Ensuring that healthcare providers are well skilled with the knowledge, passion and dedication so as to ensure that healthcare provision is beyond expectation.
Our value rests in the provision of excellent, personalized and affordable healthcare services. We have cost effective maternity packages and agreements are in place for our consulting Doctors to charge preset rates when a patient is under general admission. We are also accredited by NHIF in all our branches. In addition, our services will soon be easily accessible to your staff not only within other towns in Kenya but in the Region.
All our hospitals have well – Conditioned theatre Facilities, a fully fledged Maternity Wing, Male and Female General Wards, Medical and Surgical Wards, Paediatric Wards and for more private accommodation, we have the VIP and Private Rooms available upon request.
The Gender Violence Recovery Centre (GVRC) is the hospital’s corporate social responsibility which cares for persons who have undergone sexual and/or domestic violence. These services are available for free in ALL our branches.
The Nairobi Women’s Hospital has a strong staff capacity of more than 500 professionals in different fields. Since the hospital’s humble beginnings in 2001, with only a handful of staff, the hospital has grown to become a major employer in the diverse fields of medicine.
From Lab Technologists to Business Development Executives, Nurses to Administrators, Doctors to Counselors, Tutors to Interns, and Pharmacists to Accountants… the list is endless. These diverse team have been the backbone of the hospital’s success and growth. With the staff working together as part of the larger Nairobi Women’s Hospital fraternity, we have enhanced our cohesion and hence our team-work.
The management team consists of a team of the nine qualified individual these are: the Group CEO, The executive director and eight General Managers who are in charge of the strategic planning and policy-making responsibilities within the organization.