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At inception patients at the ART clinic used to pay their drug and related investigations. Even then, in June 2005, with a client base of just less than 300, Catholic Mission Medical Board (CMMB) and the PCEA Kikuyu Hospital started a partnership whose aim was to provide free, quality anti-retroviral (ARV) care to the HIV/Aids patients.
Currently the clinic has over 4200 ever registered clients (cumulative).
The clinic used to be held on Wednesdays and was run by a nurse and a Doctor. It did not pick well because of stigma in the society and the high cost of the ARVS. In June 2005 the hospital entered to an agreement with PEPFAR through CMMB to provide free ARVS to the patients in our catchment area. We only had eighty active patients by then.
The programme goal is to prolong life and alleviate suffering through promotive, preventive, curative and palliative services.
The program objectives include:
PCEA Kikuyu Hospital offers opportunities to Medical Students who would like to work on voluntary basis in the Hospital.
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These are the two projects that currently need support. We invite potential individuals/groups and well wishers to partner with us
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