KNH’s CEO, LILY KOROS, finally sent on a compulsory leave after a public outcry – Maybe SICILY KARIUKI is God sent!!

Friday March 2, 2018 - Health Cabinet Secretary, Sicily Kariuki, has sent Kenyatta National Hospital CEO, Lily Koros, on compulsory leave.


Making the announcement on Friday, Kariuki said the decision was made following an incident where doctors at the hospital performed a brain surgery on a wrong patient.

Koros and an officer in charge of clinical affairs were sent home to pave way for investigations.

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  1. What about the fake doc that performed the op? Where is the Kenya medical council or is their job only to announce doctors strikes ? It should be their job to send the doctor and his operation team on leave pending determination what happened. The said doc should have his licence revoked. These things are checked and counter checked.

  2. The doctor was rushing to operate and get the cheque before weekend. The whole medical profession is now in a big mess. Doctors taking money from patients for conditions they are not qualified to treat.

  3. fake doctors with stolen certificates exams etc shud go to prison

  4. Africa is shithole....true.
    They cannot solve problems nor serve themselves...ujinga mingi......

  5. this woman and many others are sleeping on job yet being paid millions while kenyans are suffering....

  6. Kenyansxare dying in wards while giving birth and you hear director of medical services defending them.....heads shud role from ministry....sack ps downwards.....kazi ni kuvaa mashuti......na kupokea mshahara

  7. ii nyote shows gavament ya Uhuruto is not serious at all....no need of building roads sgr etc...while thete is no clean water ,power organised medical services...education etc...

  8. back stops with gavament.....set up a task force and comeup witj how each and every gavament hospital dispesary etc must be run....

  9. those nurses in goverment hospitals use bad language to expetant mothers and deny them service high mortality rate.......people in kenya go to goverment hospitals to die is very bad........

  10. those nurses in goverment hospitals use bad language (kama makangas)to expetant mothers and deny them service high mortality rate.......people in kenya go to goverment hospitals to die is very bad........

  11. Ihh...those nurses in goverment hospitals use bad language (kama makangas)to expetant mothers and deny them service high mortality rate.......people in kenya go to goverment hospitals to die is very bad........

  12. Now you will hear koros tribes are being finished...

  13. Revoke licence for that donkey head dr who did surgery and fire stupid nurses...

  14. striking is their number one job...serving kenyans is secondary issue...

  15. Ehhh..those nurses in goverment hospitals use bad language (kama makangas)to expetant mothers and deny them service high mortality rate.......people in kenya go to goverment hospitals to die is very bad........

  16. Katiba iko wapi sasa...
    Is this justice...

  17. Nation of few enriching themselves.....land etc prices gone very very high.....like in western nations......shithole

  18. Kenya shud have 200mps, 10states, 200mcas....no gavana but chief minister of state...

  19. What they are doing to poor kenyans will cause big revolution soon...

  20. Koros knows nothing other than breaching herself...
    Why kales are breaching themselves yet english accentni ksma herdsmen....

  21. it is laughable it happenned in private wing.....those in dirty dormitory like wards and stinking toilets died or goingcto die...

  22. Kenyans..please second opinion from another dr when they recommend surgery.....they are doing unnecessariky for cash....

  23. it is shocking well to do persons and expatriates seek medical outside Kenya including child birth...no one want to be killed...

  24. this are painfull results of stolen exams all way from primary to university.....

  25. 800 women die every year during child birth in kenya...that is 14 per day.....whete is CS.....tackle this problem head on.....

  26. Where is knh ceo perfomance appraisal for last year...can she spellbout her achievement apart from knh having morgue staff rapists and filling morgue with dead due to laxity negligence...

  27. Free maternity means more deaths.....shit hospitals...with shit mind kenyans.....

  28. ALL THIS PROBLEM CAN ONLY BE SOLVED BY CURBING AND CLOSING MUSHROOMING PRIVATE HOSPITALS CLINICS WITH INTENTION OF GETTING PATIENTS REFERED BY DRS WORKING IN GOVERMENT HOSPITALS........

  29. And stupid lax greedy management of knh have gone abroad forcbench marking tours...njinga kabisa....

  30. One doctor deregistered in 21 years, says board

    Mar. 03, 2018, 8:00 am

    Only one doctor has been deregistered for medical negligence in the past 21 years.

    In 2010, the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists board found William Omondi Oduor him guilty of attending to a patient at Mwingi District Hospital while drunk.

    As a result, the patient who was pregnant died together with her child.

    Data seen by the Star from the board showed that out of the 985 cases they have received since 1977, only 915 have been dealt with.

    70 of them are still pending at various stages.

    “These cases are pending because of some few challenges that we have been facing internally but we are going to deal with them.” The boards CEO Daniel Yumbya told the Star during an interview.

    According to the report, one doctor has had his licensed deregistered, four of them have had their licenses cancelled, while six of them have been suspended for a period of between 6 to 12 months

    16 directed to undergo supervised training for a period 6-12 months, 106 were directed to undergo continuous professional development for 30-50 points, 141 had their cases referred for mediation another 105 were cautioned about their actions.

     241 cases that were by the board’s preliminary conduct committee those that of Obstetrics and Gynecology, internal medicine was 158 cases, surgery-related complications were 138 and financial cases 100.

    Specialities that had the least cases reported include;

    Haematology (1)Plastic surgery (2)Radiology (2) Neurosurgery (3)Ear nose and throat (4)Clinical genetics (3)Infectious diseases (4)Pathology( 9)Psychiatry (8) Nephrology (6)

     

    All these cases had less than ten complaints.

    4 of the professional conduct committee hearings hearing were conducted in Nairobi, three were held in Kiambu, One in Nyeri, while the remaining six were held in Trans Nzoia, Kisii and Kisumu counties.

  31. Millions have died due to lac etc by nurses doctors nut one one dergisterednin 21yrs....corruption...fake board...

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