Governor Ntutu promises to fix challenges facing hospitals

By Nancy Masit

Nancymasit80@gmail.com

Narok County governor Governor Patrick Ntutu has promises to fix challenges facing hospitals in the county.

Ntutu was speaking after meeting all hospitals managers in Narok County.

He said a health center in Emurua Dikirr will be supplied with medicine and get more staff,Entasikira in Loita ward will also be considered, Leshuta  and  Olchorro will be supplied with medicine.

Ntutu assured residents that that sh 90 million will be allocated per quarter so that every dispensary run smoothly.

He will also look into employing additional hospital staff. He assured residents that 169 nurses and clinical officers recently employed will be distributed equally.

A committee of 7 people will be elected in every ward to oversee the CIDP process.

Deputy governor Tamalinye Koech said that drugs will be supplied to all sub counties and lauded doctors for the hard work they are doing which needs sacrifice and assured the residents that the doctors that were brought from abroad will improve service delivery.

The county secretary Elizabeth Lolchoki thanked the governor for making health first priority.

The CEC for health Morgan Siloma said that they will ensure that proper health services will be in every hospital.

Director for health services Dr Francis Kioo said that drugs will be procured early enough so that there won’t be shortage of drugs in all hospitals and when it’s launched it will be distributed Immediately.

Medical Superintendent John Emejen said that there will be expansion and upgrading of the current referral hospital and the 195 hospital beds capacity will be increased to 400 in the new building.

Emejen said that they have received liquid oxygen tank of 10,000 litres which will used to save lives and mentioned that the KMTC college will train 250 health workers.

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