Kenyatta National Hospital Othaya Annex has been renamed Mwai Kibaki Hospital.
It is the primary public foundation to be named after the late resigned president since his passing.
Dr Peter Muiruri, a Senior Director at the clinical office said the administration of Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) had chosen to rename the organization to pay tribute to the fallen President who began the development of the emergency clinic in 2010.
It was recently called the KNH Othaya Annex and offers a compound with the Othaya Sub County Hospital.
The primary door at the medical clinic has proactively been painted with the new name yet emergency clinic specialists said conventional authorizing will be organized in counsels with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s office as he was broadly expected to beauty the launch.
He said the office met every one of the necessities of a level six emergency clinic which incidentally occurred after the demise of the third President of the Republic of Kenya.
“We have the necessary clinical faculty and care staff required and we are presently all set,” said Dr Muiruri.
Nyeri Governor Mutahi Kahiga who talked on Thursday at the Dedan Kimathi University of Technology during a memorial mass for the late resigned President recalled how Kibaki turned down suggestions to have the emergency clinic named after him.
“He found out if the clinical office had an adequate number of specialists and gear for us to consider how to name the medical clinic and moved us to initially prepare the office,” the lead representative said.
As per Dr Muiruri, Kibaki through his brainchild the Othaya Development Association entryway bunch mooted the plan to build the emergency clinic and naming it after him was the best memory Kenyans and his previous constituents for a very long time could have for him.
The Sh1 billion medical clinic’s naming recommendations have developed from the Othaya Hospital to Mwai Kibaki Teaching and Referral Hospital and later KNH Othaya Annex.
It is found Direct inverse Othaya Approved Grounds where the internment function will be held tomorrow.
It covers the eight areas of the Mt Kenya district with a view to decongesting Kenyatta National Hospital.