The Nairobi Hospital is a private hospital located in Upperhill area, Nairobi, Kenya.The hospital was founded in 1954 as a European hospital.
The Nairobi Hospital has excelled in medical expertise and services provision and has deservedly earned recognition throughout East Africa and beyond as an advanced diagnostic, treatment and referral centre.
Nairobi Hospital is one of the most successful private hospital in East Africa because its profits are ploughed back. This provides resources to
It has no share capital and anyone can become a shareholder by paying an entry fee of Sh10,000, plus an annual subscription fee.
WHO OWNS NAIROBI HOSPITAL ?
The hospital is said to be under the ownership of a tycoon group based in the United Kingdom. Each of the five shareholders owns an equal percentage stake at the hospital. It is also believed that Kenya Hospital Association (KHA) owns part of the renowned medical facility
In August 2016, Kenyan print media reported that the hospital planned expanding its physical infrastructure, its staffing levels and its bed capacity. The planned expansion, budgeted at KSh5.7 billion
However the expansion was marred with problems after Owners of Nairobi Hospital sacked the entire board of management after an exceptionally stormy annual general meeting last year.
Six members were sent packing following an audit of the Sh5.7 billion hospital expansion project .Four members had resigned in advance.
The audit was conducted by Ernst & Young (EY) and brought to light procurement irregularities and conflicts of interest at the project.
The Nairobi Hospital is currently under the able leadership of Dr. Allan Pamba (CEO), who is assisted by a competent team of Divisional Heads and Heads of key departments.
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