KimboCare, a digital health platform that offers traceability of medical services within a hospital to its impact-funding clients, is collaborating with M.P. Shah Hospital, part of its local medical network, to offer paid antenatal services. Over 100 women from financially underserved communities around Nairobi region are expected to participate.
The world of health is rapidly changing. Gone are the days when people only went to hospital when they were not feeling well and otherwise would never venture into a hospital. Now, making an active effort to know one’s health status while still healthy is a trending topic. It is the smartest choice you could make for yourself and your family.
“I am well,” is often used as a response to the greeting “How are you?”. Many people do not realize that being well is more than just a byword or trend. Wellness is the active process of making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. Everything we do and the emotions we feel relate to our well-being.
This year, M.P. Shah Hospital is celebrating the centenary of Meghraj Group, the business founded by the late Mr. Meghraj Pethraj Shah (M.P. Shah) in 1922. He was an astute businessman and devoted philanthropist.
Cancer is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide with approximately 400,000 children and adolescents of 0-19 years old developing cancer each year. In Kenya, cancer is the 3rd leading cause of death after infectious and cardiovascular diseases.
Selfies of people crossing their arms to strike an “x” pose on social media show solidarity with the theme of International Women’s Day 2022. This year’s campaign theme— #BreaktheBias —spotlighted the individual and collective biases against women that fuel gender inequality.
Dr. Toseef Din, CEO of M.P. Shah Hospital, among Kenyans feted at the “40 under 40 Africa Awards” On 26th March 2022, Dr. Toseef Din, CEO of M.P. Shah Hospital bagged the “40 Under 40 Africa Award” for Health & Wellness Category.
Over the past years, M.P. Shah Hospital has embraced Patient Safety Awareness Week as a period of inspiration for those committed to the mission of the safest and most reliable care. This year, however, the theme turned the lens from care to the caregivers at the front lines.