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Remmy Butia May 8, 2024


Residents of Nandi county will continue accessing quality healthcare services after the county department of health received both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical supplies worth Sh47 million from the Kenya Medical Supplies Agency.

The supplies have been directly dispatched to various hospitals and dispensaries, making it a boost in service delivery.

The County Pharmacist Dr Andrew Kisang acknowledged the supply.

The Chief Officer for Health Fredrick Kiptum maintained that Governor Sang-led administration is putting the health of his people at the forefront.

“The health of our people is a top priority for us. The county Governor is investing more resources in the department to ensure people get quality health services whenever they visit our health facilities across the county,” said Kiptum.

“The received and distributed consignment of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical products from KEMSA will cater to the health needs of our facilities for the next four months,” he added.

The Chief Officer assured that the county government under the leadership of H.E Governor Stephen Sang will continue to enhance service delivery and ensure a timely supply of drugs to all health facilities at the ward level.

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