Equity Afia has found two new homes in in Kasarani and Kiambu, offering residents access to quality and affordable medical services.
Kasarani branch is located opposite Vision Plaza along the Thika Super Highway, ensuring it complements services offered by government, other private healthcare providers and the already operational Equity Afia Kahawa West Medical Centre.
On the other hand, the newly opened Equity Afia Kiambu Medical Centre is located at Pongezi Plaza along Kiambu’s Biashara Street. The new clinic is set to serve the residents of the growing Kiambu Town and the neighboring estates, eliminating the need to travel far in search of quality, affordable medical care.
Commenting on the opening of the two medical facilities, Equity Group Foundation Executive Director, Reuben Mbindu said, “We remain committed to providing quality, affordable, preventive and primary healthcare services in Kenya. These two new clinics will go a long way in expanding our outreach network in Kenya allowing us to serve more people.”
Recently, Equity Afia opened the Changamwe medical centre to join the already operational centres in Buruburu, Kayole, Kawangware, Kahawa West, Utawala, Embakasi, Nairobi CBD along Biashara Street, Kikuyu, Thika, Ruiru,Ongata Rongai, Nyeri, Nakuru, Kakamega and Meru. Over the next few years, the Foundation targets to increase its outreach to all parts of the country.
Mbindu added that they are committed to the government’s agenda on universal health coverage and have already partnered with NHIF in offering services to the current active members under the various medical schemes.
Among the services offered include general consultation services, specialized clinics like obstetrics and gynecology, well-baby clinics, dental services, optical services, dermatological services, pediatric services and nutrition services among others and are supported by well-equipped laboratories and stocked pharmacies.
Equity Afia is an initiative under the Equity Group Foundation that is using franchising principles to train and monitor a network of medical entrepreneurs, who are qualified alumni of the Equity Leaders Program (ELP). The main goal is to ensure sustained improvement of the health and well-being of Kenyans by increasing access to and utilization of quality, affordable and standardized healthcare.