The autopsy was done at the Eldoret-based MTRH.

MTRH Named Best Health Institution in Occupational Health and Safety 

Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) on Thursday, April 28, 2022, received the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) award for being the best institution in the Health Sector in the implementation of OHS best Practices.

The best practices included listening to staff and addressing any issues proactively and preventively, as well as for the provision of good, decent and safe workplaces and environment.

The trophy was presented to the Eldoret-based hospital’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Wilson K. Aruasa, at the KPA Mbaraki Sportsground, Mombasa by Simon Kiprono Chelugui, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection.

 

 

MTRH team was led by CEO, Dr. Wilson K. Aruasa, and included Chair OHS Committee DNS T. Tarus, members of the Committee and OHS Secretariat.

The hospital is the second largest public health facility in the country.

It serves residents of 23 Counties in Kenya, parts of Eastern Uganda, South Sudan, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo with a population of over 24 Million.

MTRH’s Chandaria Cancer Center

Through local and international partners, MTRH has set up multiple centres of excellence among them the Chandaria Cancer and Chronic Diseases Centre (CCCDC), Shoe4Africa Children Hospital, Cardiac Care Unit (CCU), Riley Mother and Baby Hospital (RMBH with Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH), 30-Bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU), a Modern 80-Bed Mental Health Unit, 25-Bed Haemodialysis Unit and capacity building for staff in various Specialties.

MTRH has 1,020 specialized beds with an average number of 1300 inpatients at any time and 1500 outpatients per day.

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