Written by Immah REID Saturday, 21 July 2012 20:39The Coptic hospital in Nairobi shall be hosting Consultant surgeons from the United States of America from 25th July 2012 to 4th August 2012. They will be performing general surgeries: Gall bladder stones, Appendicectomy, Hernias, Gastric & Abdomino-pelvic operations, Thyroidectomy and Mastectomy.
They shall also offer eye surgeries: Comprehensive Eye Check-up, Cataract Surgery and Glaucoma Surgery among others.
Then there will be Obstetrics and Gynaecology Surgeries both Laparoscopic and Open Surgeries: Cancer and Advanced Cancer Cases, Hysterectomy and Myomectomy and Ovarian Diseases.
This is a grand opportunity for those in the community who may be going through any of these health challenges but are not in a position to handle the finances. The Coptic hospital is charging each person a consultation fee of Ksh. 1200 and no surgeon fee for the surgeries that will be performed.
We encourage those who may have suspicions of confirmation of ill health in any of the following areas to please drop by the Coptic Hospital along Ngong Road for check up and inquire more about this program.
For those who may have any inquiries currently, you can reach the hospital on the following contacts: 0735-408903, 0739642699 and 0735558862. E-mail:
We would like to thank the Coptic hospital for this initiative; Kenyans could use more like-minded health services programs. It is up to us to take charge of your health.
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