Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) on Thursday 16th May, 2018, held an induction for new Board Chairman and Moi University Vice Chancellor, who is joining the Board as a substantive member.
The Chairman ,Mr. Mark Bor, was appointed by H.E. the President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, on 28th March, 2018 for a period of three years.
Professor Isaac Kosgey is the Vice Chancellor Moi University.
MTRH CEO ,Dr. Wilson K. Aruasa, welcomed them to the Hospital and by extension to the MTRH Board of Management.
Dr. Aruasa gave an update of the Hospital relating to; mandate, leadership, financing, staff establishment among others.
He also took the two board members through the Hospital's complete flagship projects which included; Nursing Simulation Centre, the AMB 250 Ecostery Clinical Waste Management Plant House and installation of Microwave Clinical Waste Equipment.
Others are; purchase of modern Farewell Home Hearse, purchase and installation of 0.36 Tesla MRI machine, purchase and installation of 32 and 64 slice CT Scan machines.
Mr. Mark Bor lauded the Hospital Management for the positive transformation of the institution and called on MTRH staff to dedicate their efforts towards quality service delivery.
He urged the Hospital Management to safeguard the reputation of the Hospital.
Prof. Kosgey expressed gratitude to the Hospital Management for a warm reception. He asked MTRH CEO to consider reviewing the MoU between the two institutions to accommodate emerging trends especially in sports medicine.
Dr. Aruasa then led both the Board Chair and VC on a tour of the Hospital. They toured the Renal Unit at the Chandaria Cancer and Chronic Diseases Centre, Bunkers, Radiology Unit, Private Wing II-Outpatient, Emergency Department, ICU, Riley Mother and Baby Hospital, Shoe4Africa Children Hospital and AMPATH Centre.
Mr. Bor aso appreciated the CEO and entire management for the warm reception accorded to them and the elaborate induction. He committed to fully support the Hospital Management in every aspect to ensure MTRH delivers on its mandate.