Nakuru County receives Sh.100 million worth of drugs

The Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA) has delivered a consignment of drugs valued at Shs.100 million to Nakuru County.

The Deputy Governor, Dr. Eric Korir said the assorted medication will be delivered to 180 health facilities within the devolved unit including Nakuru Level 6, Naivasha and Gilgil Sub-County Hospitals and dispensaries within the 11 sub-counties.

“We have adequate stocks of drugs in all our health facilities that were delivered last year. We are topping up the supplies to ensure that residents have adequate access to preventive and treatment drugs,” stated Dr. Korir.

The Deputy Governor said the County administration had put in place continuous health infrastructural improvement programs by equipping health facilities with diagnostic and treatment medical equipment.

The KEMSA South Rift Coordinator, Maina Nding’uri hailed the county administration for making timely payments for drugs supplied.
By Correspondent