This is a comprehensive digital repository that archives media articles that have been published on emergency care in Kenya.
On 23rd July 2020, the Emergency Medicine Kenya (EMK) Foundation presented this report to The Senate Standing Committee on Health, The Republic of Kenya that summarises the current practice of emergency medical care in Kenya and identifies priority actions for use by policymakers and other stakeholders as a roadmap toward strengthening emergency care in the country.
As the COVID‐19 pandemic continues to unfold here in Kenya, more and more patients are requiring oxygen. To increase the capacity of healthcare facilities to provide oxygen to more patients, we have installed Oxygen Gas Manifolds in the emergency departments at the county referral hospitals in Machakos, Kiambu (COVID-19 isolation centre) and Kajiado counties and at the Alupe Sub-County Hospital COVID-19 isolation centre in Busia county. These are the hardest hit counties at the moment and we continue to seek additional support to support more facilities.