We are glad we get to see you in this new year! It is undoubtedly going to be a year filled with immense opportunities. We can’t wait to continue to grow with you and support emergency healthcare providers across Kenya to save lives! So to kick us off, How many of us know what to do when someone near us starts to convulse? READ ON

On 2nd December 2022, Mbagathi Hospital unveiled its newly refurbished and equipped Emergency Department. The refurbishment and equipping were done in partnership with the Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation (EMKF). READ MORE

The Emergency Care Symposium 2022 (#ECSKenya2022) was held at the Kenya School of Government in Nairobi from the 3rd – 4th of November 2022. The symposium brought together such a fantastic group of healthcare providers and policymakers from over 20 Counties to showcase emergency medical care development in their counties and share ideas that will further guide and inform the development of universal emergency medical care across Kenya. READ MORE

Do you think you provide quality emergency care? Does your facility? What do you as a patient consider quality emergency care? Watch our last webinar as Eunice Tole, a Quality Consultant breaks this down.

Casualty App by Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation (EMKF) provides you with access to emergency care information and treatment guidelines to help you provide basic first aid as a layperson or emergency care as a first responder or a healthcare provider. DOWNLOAD NOW!

The Emergency Medicine Kenya Foundation (EMKF) in collaboration with Malteser International (MI) and the County Government of Turkana developed the first Turkana County Emergency Medical Care (EMC) Plan which was launched on Mar 11, 2022. READ MORE