Updated: Oct 7, 2019
Innovative Technologies Advancements and Research Campus (ITARC)-Kenya is preparing to open 380 sq meters (4080 square foot ) medical clinic in Longonot Naivasha on October 4th, 2019.
ITARC Kenya was founded by five Kenyan professionals based in the United States, and with the financial contributions of Investors and shareholders, they have completed the first phase of ITARC Hospital which will eventually become an outpatient and inpatient medical facility.
The Clinic is located on a 3.6-acre site off Longonot Maimahiu Rd. The clinic will operate an outpatient/inpatient clinic, diagnostic lab, pharmacy, lab services, pediatrics, and minor surgeries. ITARC Health Services has plans to expand to a full-fledged 250-bed hospital over 5 phases in 8 years.
ITARC Health Services is committed to improving the health of the local communities and to deliver on this commitment has decided to build a local clinic to meet patients where they are.
ITARC built the hospital in an area that has been identified as a healthcare desert to make vital health services accessible and convenient to local community residents. The ITARC family believes that this clinic will improve the quality and access to much-needed healthcare services in Nakuru County.
To set off the Grand opening, ITARC will hold a free medical camp on Friday, October 4th. The camp will provide treatment and educational materials for all those that attend. ITARC openly invites those who can, to attend this free medical camp.
The official opening ceremony will be held on Friday, October 4th, 2019 and presided over by Hon. Jane Kihara, Hon Stephen Ngethe (MCA), Chief Mr. Stephen Njuguna and Sub Chief Mr. Patei Ole Pasojo.
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