World Patient Safety Day is marked on 17th September each year. This is a day set aside to enhance global understanding of patient safety, increase public engagement in the safety of health care and promote global actions to enhance patient safety and reduce patient harm. The theme this year put a particular focus on safe maternal and newborn care, urging all stakeholders to ‘Act now for safe and respectful childbirth!’
The M. P. Shah Hospital launched its new oxygen plant that is meant to boost its efforts in the fight against Covid-19. The commissioning that happened on 13th September 2021, was graced by Lieutenant General Mohammed Badi, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director-General, Dr Manoj Shah – the chairman of the M.P Shah Hospital board, among others.
The Social Service League conducted its 82nd Annual General Meeting at the Shah Meghji Rupshi Hall at the M. P. Shah Hospital, Nairobi on August 27. The meeting, was the second AGM of the Social Service League to be held on a hybrid virtual platform in real-time, attended by Chairman Dr Manoj Shah, several Board Governors, Members of the League and the senior management team in person, and followed virtually by over 70 Social Service League members who had registered in advance.
When you first find out that your child has diabetes, you may be overwhelmed with feelings of shock, disbelief, sadness, anger or even guilt. You will have to learn about diabetes and the more you learn about diabetes, the better prepared you will be to talk about it to your diabetic child and their caregivers.
There are a few things that everyone who cares for a loved one with diabetes should consider.
1. Help them to maintain a healthy lifestyle, keep track of their blood sugar levels, food and physical activity.
M.P. Shah Hospital receives a donation of fifty Oxygen Concentrators from the M.Z & K.Z Shah Foundation – a donation that will assist in decongesting our hospital since the patients with the need for high flow oxygen can use the oxygen concentrators at home.