Kenya is fast emerging as the preferred healthcare destination for patients from East and Central Africa in the region and becoming an African center of medical excellence. It offers high-quality healthcare services with state-of-the-art infrastructure. Kenya is well connected within Africa and beyond by Air, Road, and Water providing good connectivity for patients with excellent hospitality. Kenya offers a beautiful diversity of landscapes, animals, bird and plant life, and fascinating cultures. White sand beaches have always been considered as one of the best attractions along with world-famous wildlife safaris and best climate. Kenya has got the most advanced infrastructure with ultra-modern facilities in Healthcare. According to a recent report by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, the private health sector in Kenya is one of the most developed and dynamic in Sub-Saharan Africa. Leaders in the region for technology and education with matured democracy Mediheal Group of Hospitals is the leading largest healthcare service provider in East Africa with rapid expansion plans across the continent offering the full spectrum of integrated healthcare services from clinics to hospitals to tertiary care and a wide range of ancillary services.
It is estimated that Africans spend about 3.8 billion USD annually seeking healthcare overseas, predominantly East like India, Thailand and Middle East Dubai, Kenya will be targeting this multi-billion medical tourism market available to attract the patients in offering high-end healthcare services. The need of the hour is to bring awareness that Kenya offers almost 80 to 90 percent of the medical and surgical procedures that are being carried out elsewhere globally and in the coming years there wouldn’t be a need for people to travel out of the country seeking treatment outside. Kenya offers one the robust healthcare process ensuring ethical practices and transparency for patient safety. We are at the forefront of transforming healthcare in Africa through technology and innovation and driving Medical Tourism in Kenya. Our motto at Mediheal is to treat African patients in Africa offering world-class quality at affordable prices. We were pioneers in IVF services and today we are leading in the region. In that pursuit, we are the first hospital to perform Lap Donor Nephrectomy in East Africa for Kidney Transplant. A new method of endoscopic transsphenoidal surgery of Brain and Spine ensuring better clinical outcomes.
Mediheal Hospitals a group of tertiary care centers (Nairobi, Eldoret, Nakuru, and Kigali) with over 350 beds, six Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines and eight Computerized Tomography (CT) Scanners among other advanced equipment offering state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services with ten modern specialty-specific modular Operation Theatres. Driven by a strong interdisciplinary collaboration, the teams of accomplished medical experts deliver personalized and exemplary patient care across more than 15 specialties leveraging the most advanced evidence-based medicine and cutting-edge technology.
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At Mediheal we offer comprehensive healthcare packages for patients with end-to-end services as there is a dedicated team to assist patients at every stage on their journey to recovery. Our patient-centric approach sets us apart as we put the patient in the center of everything we do. Most of our patient referrals are by word of mouth as our patients are our ambassadors. Mediheal Hospitals in Kenya is catering to the healthcare needs of patients traveling from different geographies like Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Uganda, S. Sudan, and Congo to name a few at very affordable cost, accessible and adequate in making a meaningful difference in the lives of patients for better health. While Africa is, most definitely, an exotic and inspirational gift to the world, we would like to gift the joy of good health to the people of Africa, so that they can contribute significantly to the world. We also offer complimentary airport pick up and drop facility with free translation services in French and Arabic including guest house facilitation for long-staying patients.
I think, with Kenya being a tourism spot, well ness tourism can also be added to medical tourism.