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Cornelius Kipkoech March 21, 2019


Members of the President’s Delivery Unit and the Nandi County Delivery Implementation Committee earlier today visited Kapsabet Level 5 Hospital. The team was led by Nandi County Commissioner Boniface M. Wambua to assess utilisation of the Managed Equipment Service (MES).

The team was received by the Governor’s Delivery Unit, the Director Administration and Operations Dr. Philemon Bureti and the Kapsabet County Referral Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Daniel Kemboi.

The Managed Equipment Services Program has been a great boost to healthcare in Nandi County.

The program has brought renal, surgical and specialised imaging facilities, helping to decongest referral hospitals across the county.

The team commended the level of service delivery at the county’s referral hospital.

The President’s Delivery Unit was established to monitor the execution and delivery of Government projects and programmes.

The unit is an instrument that helps the Government to fulfil its pledges to Kenyans.

The unit based at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre is charged with ensuring that all ministries and departments achieve the pledges the Jubilee government promised the people of Kenya. It also follows up on execution and deadlines.

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