The Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital has achieved Level 5 SafeCare Certificate in Quality Healthcare , thanks to the highest score recorded in Kenya among over 500 public and private health facilities. Read the news>>
The Hospital, built by World Friends in the north-east of Nairobi, provides free, quality care for the poorest populations in the Korogocho, Babadogo, Soweto, Kariobangi and Mathare slums.
Opened in 2009, the hospital treats more than 10,000 patients per month, thanks to a staff composed of 99% local personnel.
In the last year the hospital served 127,387 patients; of whom more than 30% under the age of 5 and 64% females
A network of outlying centres, located in the slums and connected to World Friends, is active in the region, directing to the hospital the poorest people who are in need of specialist treatments.
General clinic and Maternal-Infant Clinic with vaccination services, gynecology and pediatrics; Maternity Department with operating theatre; Diagnostics Centre offering laboratory tests, radiography and echography. Accident & Emergency, minor surgery and day hospital; HIV tests and treatments; Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy; Pharmacy; Ambulance service; Centre for Professional Training; Pediatrics Department.