Pineapple Clinic (ART) Program
The pineapple clinic (ART) program was started in the year 2000 by a visiting physician from Nazareth Hospital -Doctor Brown. The unit core business is HIV/AIDS management and treatment of so-called opportunistic infections, which are known to take advantage of the patient's weakened immune system to attack. This department is fully donor-funded. It is mounted with the cooperation and partnership of PEPFAR/CDC/GOK through the ministry of Health.
Currently, the clinic has over 5900 registered clients (cumulative).
The program's goal is to prolong life and alleviate suffering through promotive, preventive, curative and palliative services.
The program objectives include:
Achieving 95-95-95 HIV Treatment goals in Kenya.
The clinic is run following the national HIV guidelines by NASCOP.