Kajiado county’s first lady Mrs. Josephine Nkedienye yesterday launch the beyond zero mobile clinic at Kisapuk primary school, Inkiito Meto location of Kajiado central sub-county.
Kisapuk which is in Kumba location is among the two sub location with Kumba being the other one. The area has only two health facilities and only Kumba Health Centre which is functional with the other, Leboo health centre still not yet in use after its completion.
Speaking in accompany of the County Executive Member for health Honorable Glady Marima and other health officials, during the official launch of the clinic, the first lady argued the residents to come out in large numbers when there is need for treatment.
“This is a moving hospital and whenever it comes to your area come out in large numbers and get treatment. The reason for this mobile vehicle is to help mothers and their children get treatment “said Mrs. Nkedienye.
The CECM incharge of health Gladys Marima added that it’s important for parents to take their children to school in order to raise many doctors
“We will not get doctors if we don’t take your kids to school. We have gone to hospital where a doctor has to hire a translator, what if we had our own son who is a doctor? It would be very easy to get treatment” Hon. Marima urged the residents
The minister with other medical officials later visited Meto health centre where they inspected the hospital after complains from the residents that it is not offering the right medical services.
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