Chiromo Hospital Group has come to be known as a leading treatment facility that specializes in diagnosis, treatment and management of adults, adolescents and children who suffer from a spectrum of mental health disorders.
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Chiromo Hospital Group is a private mental health hospital, that has been in operation for 25 years. It has three branches: The mother branch is Chiromo Hospital Group located on Chiromo Lane, Westlands. The other two branches are along Muthangari Road in Lavington, Braeside Gardens and the New Bustani Hospital on Muthangari Road, No. 37, which is a Premier Level 5 facility and, the only Private Level 5 Mental Health Hospital in Sub- Saharan Africa. Chiromo Hospital Group is dedicated to provide dignified and quality mental healthcare in Africa. Our bed capacity stands at 180 with 34 accredited psychiatrists and 22 accredited psychologists who are devoted to pursuing excellence in the delivery of mental health services by adhering to evidence- based practices. This in line with our core values; of respect, honesty, innovation and reliability.
The Chiromo Hospital Group is committed to promoting holistic mental wellness, preventing mental illness and managing mental illnesses when they occur, as we ensure your Recovery in Dignity.
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Director Gina Din Group
"I am absolutely delighted to contribute to the 24th anniversary of the Chiromo Mental health Wellness Centre. My association with the centre has been through Dr. Frank Njenga with whom I have had a close working relationship for many years.. Frank has been the leading light in the area of mental health in this country long before many people understood the importance of paying attention to the way we feel emotionally. whenever there's been a national disaster I have had the fortune of working with Chiromo and wonderful team of professionals to set up platforms and discussions to those effected by the trauma. As a country we need more facilities for mental health and it's encouraging to see the continued investment Dr. Njenga and the team at Chiromo continue to make in this very important area. In 2020 there are a lot of conversations around mental health - in schools and universities, political debates, in the media - and so I think that attitudes are changing. As a country we are grateful that Frank Njenga began those conversations long before mental health was a trend. I look forward to many more years of collaboration with the team."
Dr. Simon Njuguna
Director Mental health Ministry of Health
I take this opportunity to congratulate Chiromo Hospital community in marking the 24 years anniversary. Chiromo Hospital has been an important stakeholder in the transformation of mental health services in this country. Just to mention a few key areas of their contributions; Promoting service delivery with respect and delivery with respect and dignity. Multi-disciplinary and holistic care. Supporting capacity building and mentorship of mental health professionals. Public mental health education and awareness creation through different channels - media, online platforms, workshops, corporate and community engagements. The hospital has continuously provided a serene and high standards environment for quality care and recovery, as well as a friendly community of healthcare providers which goes a long way to demystify mental health services and combat stigma.
Associate Director people Performance and Culture and Administration KPMG East Africa
"The role of Chiromo Mental Health Hospital in our society is critical now than ever before. Mental patients have been stigmatized for a long time in our families, work places and general society. Mental conditions have been categorized as different type of illness that no one wants to be associated with. In the African context it is in fact seen as a curse. It is time we rise and make the society understand that mental health is key for the success of our societies and play a role in destigmatizing mental related conditions"