Huruma Tele Medical Clinic covers a catchment area of 1711.7Km2 with a population of approximately 61,396. Per week 175 patients come to Huruma Tele Medical Clinic for treatment, screenings and education. Where we come from Huruma Tele Medical Clinic was founded by Joseph Katana and Beatrice Nyambu in 2004 at Bamba market in Bamba ward, […]Donate Now!
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Kilifi County is a county at the coast of Kenya. It is located north and northeast of Mombasa and was formed in 2010 as a result of a merger of Kilifi District and Malindi District. Its capital is Kilifi, which is a cosmopolitan town with mixed ethnic groups. The largest town in Kilifi county is […]Donate Now!
With your help we can buy more items, medical supplies and beds to become a bigger profile facility. Actually Huruma Tele Medical clinic is a level 2 hospital with an average 175 patient visits per week. But with your help we could treat up to 400 more – per week. We’re thankful for every donation […]Donate Now!
Huruma Tele Medical Clinic is a private hospital in Ganze Sub-County, Kilifi County, Coast region, Kenya. It is a registered level 2 medical facility. That means that Huruma Tele Medical Clinic provide outpatient treatment and laboratory technology.
Our mission is to help the sick poor community access health care with ease and at a subsidized fee.
Our vision is to become the local medical center and to provide inpatient treatment as well.
As in many African countries Malaria is also a health issue in Kenya. The risk to get infected is present nearly everywhere. We not only treat our patients but also educate them and give out mosquito nets to reduce infections.
Our clinic treats everybody including children. Because education is important we offer not only maternal child welfare clinics, free family planning clinic days and vaccinations but also information about malnutrition.
Beside Malaria many patients suffer from respiratory tract infection, traumas and sexually transmitted disease. We cure those and also fight diseases by vaccination programs for children. Cancer screenings are also part of our portfolio.
Due to the global Covid 19 pandemic our supply chains have been affected. Although we have no Covid-19 case in this Ganze Sub-County by now getting the much needed supplies is challenging.
But even without Corona there are many patients still left untreated. With your help we can cure and educate them on health issues. Even the smallest donation can help us to make a difference in our patients life.