As more and more Kenyans continue to raise concerns over increasing cases of doctor negligence, observers are questioning the independence and diligence of the Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board in dealing with errant members of the profession.Read More »
It is known as the disease of the poor, yet fistula, which affects up to 7,000 women in Kenya annually, is easily treatable. Our writer KWAMBOKA OYARO, examines its impactRead More »
Health Cabinet Secretary (CS) James Macharia has warned that the funds allocated to the ministry are less than a quarter of what it needs.Read More »
The new Cabinet Secretary in charge of health James Macharia has decried the funds allocated to the ministry terming them inadequate.Read More »
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- MPs lower penalties on NHIF defaulters
- Mauritius-based hospital seeks to hire Kenyan nurses
- Sunshine vitamin 'may treat asthma'
- KEMRI study doubts impact of school deworming initiative
- Retirement 'harmful to health'
- Patients unaware of their rights
- Scientists create human stem cells through cloning
- Married men more prone to Aids
- Progress in medical human cloning
- WHO data shows narrowing health gap
- Doctors’ board sued over negligence
- Kidney problems linked to traffic fumes
- Why is cancer so common?
- New charter to protect patients from medical negligence
On May 20, the Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board’s tribunal will sit to hear cases brought before it.
Desperate Nairobians out to do everything to join this exclusive fraternity, are now falling into the hands of conmen, who at a fee are promising membership.