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Mobile: 0722-510346, 0717-941612 - Location: Luanda / Siaya Road, Siaya County
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Posted by on Jun 28, 2014 in BENSON SEWE OTIENO, Press/Media, Recent News | 0 comments

As part of Sagam Community Hospital being a Center of Excellence, Teaching Hospital  and also taking its place in Siaya County and beyond, the hospital theater has been in recent times received a facelift. This has seen an expansion of operating room and the acquisition of state of the art surgical suite from USA  courtesy of  Massachusetts General Hospital and IMEC. This has seen the number of surgeries increase tremendously with patients even coming from Siaya County Referral Hospital for both pre – planned and emergency operations. This has also been made possible by employment of two permanent staffs in theater, a nurse and a theater technician who sees the day to day running of theater. Today marked a milestone in the history of the theater when two surgeons Dr Ahomo and Dr Ligeyo conducted a very successful first ever Crainotomy and the patient is stable. In total two surgeries were done today the other one being surgical debridment and the anesthetist was Mr Yano. Since the year began there has been constant and steady increase of surgical cases at Sagam Hospital conducted by different surgeons and this has seen the confidence of patient increase. In total 65 surgeries have been done as from January 2014 to date and this figure is likely to increase in the very near future.  This is the breakdown of surgeries done per month since January to date January 2014                             10 February 2014                           6 March 2014                                 24 April 2014                                   13 May 2014                                   6 June 2014                                  6 The specific surgeries done are as below Reduction / POP                                                                           1 Partial Arthrodesis / Debridment                                         1 TAH                                                                                                    14 Joint Aspiration                                                                             1 BTL                                                                                                      6 Explarative Laparatomy / Repair                                         3 Emergency Cesarean Section                                                  3 Laparatomy                                                                                     2 Haemorrhoidectomy                                                                  1 Removal / Debridment                                                              2 Elective Cesarean Section                                                       4 Removal of IUCD                                                                        1 Polypectomy                                                                                1 Exotix                                                                                              2 4th Degree Tear Repair                                                           5 ORIF                                                                                                2 Cystectomy                                                                                  2 Vaginal Hystesectomy                                                            1 EGA                                                                                                 1 Lampectomy                                                                              1 Colporrhapy                                                                             ...

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Posted by on Jun 26, 2014 in BENSON SEWE OTIENO, Partners, Press/Media, Recent News | 0 comments

As part of the momerandum of understing between SCH and Maseno Universitty. An advertisement for the post graduate studies in Family & Emergency Medicine which is to begin in September 2014 has been put on local dailies for 20/06/2014. The details are as below. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CONTACT : Prof Wilson Odera – DEAN Email: MASTERS PROGRAMMES Medicine(MMed) in Family & Emergency Medicine Locaton & Mode of study: Main Campus & Training Hospitals, Full time. MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS . MB.chB.MBBS or MD degree from institutions recognized by the University Senate. . Registered by the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board (MPDP) . Worked as a medical officer for at least two years after intership. APPLICATION PROCEDURE  1.  DOWNLOAD & PRINT application forms from the University website OR 2. OBTAIN application forms from the Office of the Registrar, Academic & Students Affairs, the Office of the Pricipal, Kisumu Campus, or the Office of the Director Homa-bay Campus. Upon payment of a non- refundable Application Fee of  Ksh 1,500 to the following Banks for Main Campus, Equity Bank Acc No 1120297065141, Luanda and for Kisumu Campus and Homa- Bay Campus Kenya Commercial Bank Acc No. 1101561076, Kisumu. Completed Application Forms will be submitted alongside the bank deposit slips to the Offce of the registrar, Academic & Students Affairs, the Office of the Principal, Kisumu Campus or the Office of the Director Homa- Bay Campus. To apply or get more information, kindly visit Maseno University website or contact the following 1. PRINCIPAL Kisumu Campus P.O Box 3275-40100, KISUMU Tel: 057-2024155 Mobile: 0703591230 Email: 2. Director Homa- Bay Campus Maseno University SONYACO Plaza P.O Box 716-40300, HOMABAY Tel: 059-22095/6 Email: 3. Director eCampus Maseno University P.O.Box 3275-40100, KISUMU Tel: 057-2021013 Mobile: 0703113417 Email: 4. Career Counselor Institute of Advanced Technology Symphony Plaza P.O Box 20653-00200, NAIROBI Tel: 020-4455000 Mobile: 0729423253 Email: 5.  Principal Regional Institute of Business Management Ufundi Plaza P.O. Box 50881-00100, NAIROBI Tel: 020-2221085 Mobile: 0731927759, 0722452286 Email:  ...

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SCH and Maseno University: Forging Forward in Partnership

Posted by on Jun 18, 2014 in Events, Partners, Recent News | 0 comments

On 10th June 2014, Sagam Community Hospital (SCH) took the next major step in its partnership with Maseno University’s School of Medicine (MUSOM). According to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two institutions signed in early 2014 (click here and here for the stories on the partnership), SCH will serve as a teaching hospital for the University’s Family and Emergency Medicine post-graduate program. The program is set to launch in September 2014. Professor Dominic W. Makawiti, the Vice – Chancellor (left) and SCH Chairman, Mr. Nelson Rogo, during the signing of the MOU on January 14. 2014. The meeting was attended by SCH’s founder, Dr. Khama Rogo; SCH’s General Manager, Dr. Walter Obita, Dr. Thomas Burke (Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)), Dr. Ahn Roy (MGH), Prof. Dominic Makawiti (Vice-chancellor Maseno University), Prof. Wilson Odero (Dean, MUSOM) and Dr. John Kaguthi (Head of Department, Family and Emergency Medicine,...

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Posted by on Jun 13, 2014 in BENSON SEWE OTIENO, Events, Partners, Recent News | 0 comments

World Health Partners President and Founder Mr. Mr. Gopi Gopalakrishnan today visited Sagam Community Hospital with his Team from both Head Office in India, USA and Kenya Office. His entourage included Akhilesh Kumar Sharma  from Head Office who is the Deputy General Manager in Charge of Field & Operations. Others were Dolina Odera the Head Kenya Country Office and Karen Pak USA Office. The were recieved by Sagam Team led by the Founder Director Prof Khama O Rogo, Dr Walter Oyamo Obita, the General Manager and Benson Sewe Otieno the Executive Officer. The visit is a culmimination of a very long consultation which has been going on between the two institutions for a quite a long period of time will see the parnership taken to another level through provision of Telemedicine services and others which will make Sagam a premier health Institution not only in the County but the whole country and the...

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