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About Mutomo Hospital

Sr. Regina Gichina

Sr. Regina is a member of the congregation of the assumption Sisters of Nairobi. She is a Kenya Registered Community Health Nurse and currently serves as the Diocesan Health Coordinator for the Catholic Diocese of Kitui. 

Felix Kimoli

Felix Kimoli is a holder of Bachelors of Commerce, a CPA (K) member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) and a CPSK, member of the Institute of Certified Public Secretary (ICPSK). He is the founder and Managing Director of Taxplan Consulting Limited. He brings on board a wide range of experience in Auditing Investigations, Taxation, Accountancy and Company Secretarial services, acquired over a span of over 30 years.

William Maema

William is one of the leading Commercial lawyers in Kenya with over 25 years experience. He holds an LL.B Degree from the University of Nairobi and an LL.M Degree in Commercial Law and Intellectual Property from the University of Cambridge, UK. He is the Partner in Charge of the Corporate Commercial Department at Iseme, Kamau & Maema Advocates, a position he has held for the last 15 years.
 

Sr. Maria Ngui

Sr. Maria is a member of the Congregation of the sisters of Mercy. She is a Kenyan Registered nurse and midwife, with 30 years experience in nursing practice, education and leadership. She is currently the director of nursing education at the Mater Hospital Nairobi.

Rev. Robert Mutui

Fr. Robert Mutui has chaired the hospital board for the last six years. He is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Kitui ordained in 1989. He has served the diocese for the last 26 years in various positions. He also taught in St. Thomas Senior Seminary for 6 years. He is a member of the Trustees of the Catholic Diocese of Kitui as well the Vicar General.

Human Resource

  • Tuesday, 19 May 2015 14:38
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Mutomo hospital appreciates that people are the organization’s most valued assets. A total of about 120 dedicated team of employees make up the work force of the hospital.  The HR department is responsible for the management of the HR  welfare and development in accordance with the hospitals HR manual. Acknowledging the need to be consistent in the provision of quality service, the hospital strives to support both personal and professional  development of its staff. In-house continuous professional development sessions are arranged and carried out on weekly basis.

What do you do with a chocking infant? The support staff undergoing a First Aid Training.

 

Hospital Management Team

The hospital Management team headed by the hospital administrator is vested with the responsibility of carrying out the decisions of the Board through the day to day operations of the hospital and in line with the mission of the hospital.

Sr. Mary Okumu Dr. John Amollo Anita McTernan
Administrator Senior Medical officer CCC Coordinator
     
   
Faith Jepkoech  Mary Mbiti  
Human Resource Manager  Nursing Officer In-Charge  

Board of Management

The Board recognizes that good institutional governance and management are essential to achieving efficiency and sustainability of health care services and ensures that the hospital’s decision power and core business are managed with integrity, transparency, and accountability. The Board is responsible for establishing goals and policies of the hospital, developing plans and implementing them, and evaluating the hospital’s overall performance. The Board meets four times in a year.

Members:

 
Mr. William Maema – Chair [ Read More ]   Sr. Maria Ngui – member [ Read More ]
     
   
 Mr. Gabriel Musilu – member [ Read More ]   Mr. Felix Kimoli – member [ Read More ]
     
    
Sr. Mary Okumu – secretary   Sr. Regina Gichina – member [ Read More ]
     
     
Fr. George Marete – member    MacDonald  Musango – member
     
     

 

 

 

The Trustees

Mutomo Hospital is owned by the Catholic Diocese of Kitui. 



1.    Rt. Rev. Anthony Muheria
2.    Very Rev. Robert Mutui
3.    Very Rev. Joseph Mwongela
4.    Rev. Fr. Flavian Mwendwa
5.    Rev. Fr. Jeremiah Munyoki

Mission,Vision & Values

  • Friday, 17 April 2015 06:01
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 Vision
To be a leader in the provision of quality and responsive health care in Eastern region of Kenya

Mission
To provide holistic, sustainable and affordable health care,both preventive and curative as a witnes to the healing Ministry of Christ

Values

  • Accountability/Stewardship - Maximum efficiency and effectiveness. We provide added value in everything we do
  • Moral Values – Guided  by our Christian values we provide Christian loving care, that identify us as a Christian Organization
  • Professionalism - Our service delivery is supported by  on-going capacity building for all cadres of staff
  • Commitment – staff demonstrate a high level of commitment by maximizing their performance in the delivery of health services
  • Teamwork – delivery of quality health services depends on a strong spirit of teamwork
  • Customer care – Rights of patients/clients are respected by consistently demonstrating “soft skills” such as Listening, Confidentiality, Empathy, Healing, Persuasion, Commitment to service

 

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