Mozzart Bet Kenya Donates ICU Equipment to Hospitals

  • Mozzartbet Kenya Country Manager Goran Vuković (Right) and Dr Beatrice Achieng at Ngara Health Center on November 30, 2020.
    Mozzartbet Kenya Country Manager Goran Vuković (Right) and Dr Beatrice Achieng at Ngara Health Center on November 30, 2020.
    Phyllis Wanjiru
  • Mozzart Bet on Monday, November 30, donated Intensive Care Unit Equipment to the Ngara Health Center.

    Some of the equipment donated included crank beds, patient monitors, oxygen concentrators, bedside trolleys, Macintosh mattresses and other essential materials.

    "The goal of the action is to improve the working conditions of health workers and establish support for the community.

    "This is our way of supporting all medical professionals and thanking them for everything they do. We will continue to help as much as we can," reads an excerpt of the statement shared by the betting firm.

    Ngara Health Center ward.
    Ngara Health Center ward.
    Phyllis Wanjiru

    The betting firm has been operating in Kenya over the last three years. 

    In its bid to give back to the community, the firm has so far sent at least Ksh10,000,000 worth of equipment to various hospitals across the country.

    Healthcare facilities in Nakuru, Siaya, Kisii, Embu, Nyandarua, Baringo, Bomet, Kisumu, Kakamega and Kitui have received these essential equipment.

    The latest recipient (Ngara Health Centre) is a maternal healthcare facility located in Nairobi County, Starehe Constituency, Central Division, Ngara location. 

    It was reopened on April 26, and it is fully operational, serving a huge section of Nairobi residents.

    The health centre expressed gratitude after receiving the latest equipment stating that the patient monitors would ensure easier and timely monitoring of mothers' vital signs and taking appropriate action for those not within the normal range.

    On other hand, the oxygen concentrators will assist health workers administer oxygen to mothers who need supplemental oxygen, while the patient lockers will help mothers keep their belongings safe while in the wards.

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