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Sagam Community Hospital is a private facility which strives to promote the health of the population by providing accessible, affordable, and appropriate quality inpatient and outpatient services to our patients.

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Oct22

RECAP: AIHT at the 1st Annual Siaya Scientific Conference.

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The African Institute for Health Transformation (AIHT) at Sagam Community Hospital (SCH) was a significant participant when Siaya County held its first Health Scientific Conference from 18th to 20th of September, 2018 at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (JOOUST) in Bondo. This was also the very first such conference by any County since the devolved system of governance was established in Kenya. The well attended conference was officially opened by His Excellency (H.E.) Governor Mohamed Kuti of Isiolo County, the Current Chair of the Council of Governors Health Caucus. The opening ceremony was also graced by Siaya County’s Deputy Governor, Dr. James Okumbe, Siaya County’s Minister for Health, Dorothy Owino, the Siaya County Chief Officer for Health, Dr Omondi Owino, Siaya County’s Director for Health, Dr. Kennedy Oruenjo, Senior Health Sector Directors, JOOUST administration, Development Partners and Heads of NGOs active in the County. SCH’s founder, Prof. Khama Rogo, also provided a guest address during the opening ceremony. Prof. Pankaj Jani, President of the College of Surgeons in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa (COSECSA), gave a guest address on the prospects for...

Sep22

AIHT Sagam and McMaster University Launch Online CPD Platform for Kenyan Doctors

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On any graduation day, graduates are made to believe that all of them have the same level of knowledge and skills. Soon after, however there is a rapid divergence and you may be lagging far behind your graduating class, even your best friend. CPD is important because it ensures you are competent in your profession. It is a continuous process, throughout your professional carrier.  The ultimate outcome of a well-executed and effective CPD is to safeguard the PUBLIC, the EMPLOYER, the PROFFESSION, the PROFESSIONAL and his carrier. CPD can be mandated by law or regulation but, at the core, it is a personal responsibility of every professional to maintain optimum levels of current knowledge and skills that enable them to deliver the highest quality of services, that safeguards the public and meets the expectations of clients and requirements of the profession. CPD should be engaging and fun to do. CPD must be relevant. That is why the African Institute for Health Transformation at SCH (AIHTSagam), in collaboration with Machealth, the Division of E-Learning Innovation at McMaster University and Kenya...

Sep18

AIHT Updates

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The following AIHT updates were shared with us by courtesy of SCH founder, Professor Khama Rogo.   AIHT shares innovations with Zimbabwe The AIHT experience was recently presented at Victoria Falls during the annual conference of the Association of Health Funders of Zimbabwe (AHFOZ).  The photos below aptly represent the determination of AIHT to share the PP in health experience and innovations with like minded networks across Africa, from Lake Victoria to Victoria Falls!     AIHT Sagam at the 6th Quadrilinial conference of ECSACON   Nearly 1000 nurses from 16 African countries and beyond, recently gathered in Nairobi for the East Central and Southern African college of Nursing (ECSACON) Conference.  All global and regional nursing royalty were there, including the current President (Kennedy from Ireland) and Past President (Judith Sharman from Canada) of International Council of Nurses (ICN), the President of ECSACON (Susan Otieno), and President of JHPIEGO (L. Mancusso).  Near Kiereini, the first and only black president of ICN, former Chief Nursing Officer in Kenya.  They both graced the occasions together hinders of senior nurses from the...

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