Children with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) have benefited from another heart program organized by M.P Shah Hospital in partnership with the Jain Social Group, doctors from Great Ormond Street Hospital, UK and Healing Little Hearts, an international charity organization.
Hundreds of people were on April 22, 2018 treated to free medical check-ups courtesy of M.P. Shah Hospital. The medical camp which was held at BAPS Swaminarayan Temple was in partnership with BAPS Charities and attracted over 300 people drawn from diverse cultures and communities.
A team of employees have embarked on an ambitious plan to engage in cleaning activities within and around the hospital. Ng’arisha, a Swahili word for ‘Clean It’, is driven by employee volunteerism led by Head of Nursing – Mrs. Marren Chunga and composed of staff drawn from different hospital departments.
Staff at M.P. Shah Hospital and their families attended this year's Staff and Family Fun Day held on April 14, 2018 at Visa Oshwal Primary School. The event featured field and track events including: football, relay competition, sack races, and kids' activities such as bouncing castle.
The Suryakala Maganbhai Children's Medical Centre was officially opened on Sunday March 18, 2018 by philanthropist Dr.Maganbhai Chandaria in a colourful ceremony that was attended by friends of the hospital, members of the board of governance, senior hospital management and members of staff.
In continuation of our social programs, we held a Free Dental Checkup and Awareness Camp at Hospital Hill Primary School on March 13, 2018.
M.P Shah Hospital joined the global community in marking the International Women's Day on March 8, 2018. The day is meant to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.
In marking the World Hearing Day on 3rd March 2018, the ENT team at M.P Shah Hospital organised a free ENT screening and awareness camp at Visa Oshwal Primary School in Parklands, Nairobi.