Kenya’s current economy has supported the development of hospitals. Most hospitals have achieved the required minimum standard for achieving healthcare success. Kenyans can now access medical care with ease, as the government continually ensures there’s adequate medical provision.

In this article, you will have a close look at 10 best hospitals in Kenya.

10.Consolata Mathari Hospital – Nyeri

Consolata Mathari hospital is a level four health center that offers outpatient and inpatient services. The hospital is classified as a Faith-Based institution, under the stewardship of catholic archdiocese of Nyeri. Catholic Mathari hospital’s motto is “Furtherance of the Healing Ministry of Christ in the world today with a special concern for the Poor.”

9. P C E A Kikuyu Hospital

PCEA Kikuyu hospital is a medical center under the Presbyterian Church of East Africa. The hospital has an eye, available, radiology, and an orthopedic unit. The health center also has a 218 ward bed capacity catering for many inpatients.

PCEA Kikuyu hospital offers preventive, therapeutic, protective, and rehabilitative services. The hospital has stood the test of time to become one of the most community-friendly hospitals in the region.

8.  Aga Khan Hospital – Mombasa

The Aga Khan hospital Mombasa is a level 5 certified institution established in 1944. The hospital provides 24-hour in-patient and emergency services.

Aga Khan hospital offers a 96-bed acute care facility ensuring that many inpatients receive medical attention. The hospital provides general medical services, specialist clinics, and high-tech diagnostic services.

7. Nairobi Hospital

The Nairobi hospital is a private entity located in Upper-hill, Nairobi. The hospital was founded in 1954 to cater for the Europeans. Nairobi hospital currently operates as a 24-hour outpatient center.

The outpatient department attends to accident and emergency, pediatric, radiology and imaging services (X-Ray/CT/ Ultrasound). Nairobi hospital opened a new outpatient center branch in Gigiri at The Warwick center next to The United States Embassy, Nairobi.

6. Mediheal Hospital

Mediheal group of hospitals is among the leading health centers in East Africa. The hospital has branches in Eldoret, Nakuru, and Nairobi. Mediheal hospital provides a wide range of affordable healthcare services in a comfortable environment.

The various branches have modern consulting rooms where patients benefit from healthcare facilities.

Mediheal center has doctors skilled in gynecology, internal medicine, pediatrics, orthopedics, and ophthalmology. The hospital also provides laboratory services, dental services, pharmacy services, daycare procedures, and pharmacy services.

5. Nairobi Women Hospital

The Nairobi women hospital is a modern health center serving over 120,000 inpatients and 300,000 outpatients annually. The hospital has a bed capacity of 479. Nairobi women hospital has an advanced diagnostic and treatment facility staffed by highly qualified professionals. The staff is considerate, courteous, and helpful.

The hospital has expanded its network to nine health centers located in Mombasa, Nakuru CBD, Nakuru Hyrax, Meru, Rongai, Naivasha, Kitengela, Adams, and Hurlingham.

4. Aga Khan University Hospital

Aga Khan university hospital is one of the best ranked university health centers. The hospital has highly dedicated staff who deliver quality medical services. Aga Khan hospital has modern facilities linked to state-of-the-art technology.

The hospital operates under the core principles of quality, access, relevance and impact. Patients are able to benefit from the expertise generated through the team of professionals.

3. Kijabe Mission Hospital

Kijabe mission hospital was established in 1915 as a small outpatient clinic. The hospital is situated within the Rift Valley escarpment, in Lari sub-county, Kiambu county. The hospital’s motto is ‘Health care to God’s glory.’

Founded on strong christian faith, Kijabe mission hospital provides both spiritual and physical healing to all patients.

The hospital attends to surgeries, casualties/emergencies, ultrasound, inpatient, pediatrics, cancer, digital X-Ray, and delivery services.

2.   Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital

Moi teaching and referral hospital is the second national referral health center after Kenyatta hospital. The hospital is located in the east of Eldoret town. It provides specialized services to clients in Western Kenya, parts of Southern Sudan and Eastern Uganda.

Moi teaching hospital started in 1916 with a bed capacity of 60 to cater for Africans. The hospital has grown over the last 90 years from a National Referral Hospital to a Native Cottage hospital.

Services offered at the hospital include general surgery, neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery, plastic surgery, dental care, and anesthesiology.

1. Kenyatta National Hospital

Kenyatta National hospital is the largest teaching and referral hospital in Kenya. The hospital has an Accident and Emergency Department, 50 wards, 22 out-patient clinics, and 24 theaters (16 specialized). The hospital also has two hundred and nine beds meant for the private wing out of the total bed capacity of 1800.

There are 60 suites for various consultant specialties under the Doctors Plaza. The hospital gives a wide range of diagnostic services such as radiology/imaging, laboratories, and endoscopy.