Posted by on Apr 2, 2015 in Events, Recent News | 0 comments

Preparations have been underway for weeks at Sagam Community Hospital (SCH) to ready the new emergency wing for our patients. The entire SCH team worked hard to put the finishing touches on the emergency room including our new reception and triage areas and our 14 new emergency room beds. This new system allows us to treat patients based on the severity of each case, resulting in more effective and efficient healthcare.


Dan Higgins, our Emergency Operations Manager,  and clinical officer Mr. Audi test the lighting in our new Consultation Room.


MGH fellow Dr. Vikram Palanivel, nurse Paul Achar, and Dan review the new patient flow system.



Nurses’ Station prepped and ready to see patients!


Yesterday marked the first operational day in the emergency wing. We successfully triaged and treated our first patients. We look forward to helping others soon!


Triage nurse Victoria Atieno Omondi helping our first patient in the new emergency wing!


Dorothy Anyango Ododa and Jeridah Pauline Andeyo going over some last minute details. Stop by and visit them in Reception!


MGH fellow Dr. Priyanka Tulshian and clinical officer Stella Odenyo review a chest x-ray in our new Procedure Room.