Step inside the shoes of someone suffering from tuberculosis in Kilifi County and you will find that, aside from ours, not many clinics can serve your needs. At the Mabati Medical Centre, we have the human expertise to treat a TB patient but our x-ray machine is in need of replacement, our drugs are in short supply, pregnant mothers need quality antenatal care, our staff need PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to ensure that every patient gets specialize treatment and diagnostic services.
If we are able to replace faulty equipment, meet our prescriptions, keep our patients comfortable and ensure our health workers' safety from Covid-19, we will be able to continue treating illnesses like malaria, HIV/Aids, tuberculosis, urinary tract infections or diabetes, providing quality antenatal care and diagnostics. Quality healthcare must be accessible, available, acceptable for all those who need it. By maintaining our standards, we can ensure the safety and health of our communities.
Around 81% of the community relies on crafts, casual labor, subsistence agriculture and trivial trading for their livelihoods. We believe a healthy economy = a thriving economy. Our quality healthcare services ensure that people are strong, resilient and focused enough to build better lives. Furthermore, many other medical centers rely on our expertise in key healthcare areas. Our quality services will help cultivate a prospering medical environment by improving basic livelihood of patients.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).