KENYA – M.P. Shah Hospital has launched the Dinshaw Byramjee Dispensary located along Ronald Ngala Street in Nairobi.

The dispensary will not only strengthen access to primary care within Nairobi CBD but also provide affordable healthcare to its surrounding population.

Dr Anastacia Mutethia, CECM- Health, Wellness, and Nutrition in Nairobi County, joined the board and staff of M.P. Shah Hospital in launching the newly renovated facility.

The services offered within the facility include but are not limited to dental, laboratory services, pharmacy, ophthalmology, and Diabetic care.

Dinshaw Byramjee Dispensary began operations at the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) along Uyoma Street in 2017 aimed at providing quality and affordable medical services to people of middle to low-income within Nairobi and those living in areas around the city.

The facility is fully equipped with medical doctors, nurses, a dental clinic, Laboratory, a Pharmacy, and an Eye clinic. The service offerings are tailored to address the increasing demand for quality medical care in the country.

Last year, the M.P Shah Hospital launched the M.P Shah Hospital School of Health Sciences to build capacity in the nursing profession as well equip the nurses with best practices of patient care, research and innovation.

The school was officially inaugurated by Mrs Edna Tallam-Kimaiyo, CEO of the Nursing Council of Kenya, M.P. Shah Hospital Chairman Dr Manoj Shah, Vice-Chairman Dr. Manilal Dodhia and our CEO Dr. Toseef Din.

Earlier in the year, the hospital unveiled its dedicated children’s cancer centre. The new Shri Abhey Oswal Children’s Cancer Support Clinic has the capacity to treat 100 children a month and will incorporate the latest advances in the fight against cancer.

The facility occupies the seventh floor in the newly launched 7-storey KPJ Medical Centre located at M.P. Shah main Hospital.

The centre diagnoses and treats children with blood disorders and cancers. It provides ambulatory chemotherapy treatment services.

Moreover, the clinic attends to children with non-cancerous blood diseases like anaemia and bleeding disorders.

Along with unique treatment protocols, the children’s cancer centre employs cutting-edge technology and has skilled and experienced specialists at its disposal, all of which helps in providing adequate diagnostic and clinical care support to children with cancer.

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