Homa Bay County Government's Health and Medical Department received a substantial supply of pharmaceuticals and non-pharmaceuticals worth Ksh 10.3 Million at the Homa Bay County Teaching and Referral Hospital. The aim of this delivery is to enhance healthcare service delivery in the County.

Dr. Kevin Osuri, the Health and Medical Services Chief Officer, expressed his gratitude for the supply received from Victoria Healthcare Limited. The pharmaceuticals and non-pharmaceuticals, estimated to cost Ksh 5.4 million and Ksh 4.9 million respectively, will be utilized at the Referral Hospital.

Dr. Osuri encouraged the County residents to continue seeking services from the facility, assuring them that the supply will resolve the current crisis of patients missing essential drugs in the hospital.

Dr. Kevin Osuri (Center) with HBCTRH CEO Dr. Stephen Okello (Right) inspecting the drugs and non-pharms at the referral facility, when they received the consignment on Tuesday.

"There has been a challenge of patients not receiving some important drugs from this hospital. I assure you that with this supply, it will be a thing of the past," stated Dr. Osuri.

He further emphasized the County Government's commitment to providing an effective medication supply system, ensuring that subsequent stock arrives on time.

Dr. Stephen Okello, the CEO of Homa Bay County Teaching and Referral Hospital, urged all health workers in the hospital to act responsibly and discourage the theft of drugs. These medications are crucial for easing the suffering of patients who require essential drugs in the hospital.

The delivery of pharmaceuticals and non-pharmaceuticals is a significant milestone in improving healthcare service delivery in Homa Bay County. The County Government's dedication to an efficient supply system and emphasis on accountability will contribute to the overall well-being of residents.



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