SnoFacilityRecommendation
1Ol’kalou Level 4 HospitalBe elevated to a County Hospital (Level 5) with modern theatre, X – ray, scanners, and maternity, male, female and children wards as well as Intensive Care Unit.
Shall be a referral for Level 4 hospitals
2Engineer Level 4 hospitalBe equipped to have modern wards and accessory facilities including X – rays, scanners, theatre, Be upgraded to Level 5
3Manunga Health Centre (Level 3)Be upgraded to level 4 and equip
4Ol’Joro Orok Health Centre (Level 3)Upgrade to level 4 and equip
5Ndaragwa Health Centre (level 3)Upgrade to level 4 and equip
6Other health centres and dispensariesTo be equipped, upgraded and staffed

Investment and development in this area by private sector should be encouraged and necessary facilitation provided.

Existing hospitals, health centres and dispensaries in the county are to be upgraded and requisite facilities and staff provided so as to enable them discharge health services adequately. Cases requiring specialized attention shall be made to referral hospital. This calls for utility vehicles in all health facilities.

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Department’s News / Events

Distribution and administration of COVID-19

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His Excellency Governor Francis Kimemia today kicked off the rollout, distribution and administration of COVID-19 vaccines at JM Kariuki Memorial County Referral Hospital, Ol’Kalou.

Strengthening Nyandarua’s health sector

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At Afya House, Nairobi, where His Excellency Governor Francis Kimemia consulted with Cabinet Secretary for Health Services Hon. Mutahi Kagwe on strengthening Nyandarua’s health sector, including urgent upgrades for J.M Kariuki County Referral Hospital (Ol’Kalou Sub-County), Engineer County Hospital (Kinangop Sub-County) and Ndaragwa Health Center (Ndaragwa Sub-County).

Nationwide rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine

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His Excellency Governor Francis Kimemia at the Council of Governors’ headquarters in Nairobi, where he today joined 46 other County heads and Cabinet Secretary for Health Services Hon. Mutahi Kagwe for deliberations on the ongoing nationwide rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Six children from Nyandarua have undergone corrective surgeries at AIC-CURE International Hospital, Kijabe.

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The Department of Youth, Sports, Gender and Social Services today facilitated the discharge of six children from Nyandarua who had undergone corrective surgeries at AIC-CURE International Hospital, Kijabe.

International Wheelchair Day

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To mark International Wheelchair Day, H.E the First Lady (Amb.) Ann Kimemia has commended PLWD in Nyandarua for embracing H.E Governor Francis Kimemia’s interventions for the vulnerable group.

Discharge of 10 out of the 12 children from Nyandarua admitted for surgery at the AIC-CURE International Hospital in Kijabe

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Discharge of 10 out of the 12 children from Nyandarua admitted for surgery at the AIC-CURE International Hospital in Kijabe