PCEA Kikuyu Hospital launched its Strategic Plan 2023-2028 and Vision 2050 in a colorful event held at Weston Hotel in Nairobi. The plan which has the theme “Customer satisfaction and innovation for sustainability” has four strategic priority areas:
- Leadership and governance
- Financial perspective
- Infrastructure improvement
- Quality healthcare
The four strategic priority areas are supported by seven strategic goals and eight strategic objectives. The Strategic Plan is expected to move the hospital forward in the next five years despite the challenging economic times. The longer term Vision 2050 was used to inform the five-year plan.
A world-class mission hospital
The preferred mission hospital in Kenya and beyond.
To provide quality, affordable healthcare and training services driven by Christian values.
Board Chair Mr David Kimani acknowledged that the hospital had lagged behind in infrastructure development and modernization of equipment, adding that the plan would guide the hospital through a growth trajectory that would address these and other areas.
The plan was developed through a bottom-up approach involving the Board, management and staff of the hospital. It echoes the needs of the hospital clients and commitment of the staff to deliver high quality and affordable health care over the next five years, including respect, protection and promotion of patient rights.
In implementation of the strategy, the hospital has committed to continue working with its partners including CBM, MBF, WRF, Samaritan’s Purse, MOH, County Government of Kiambu, CMMB and CHAK to positively impact the lives of its clients and catchment community.
The hospital is currently divided into four units: General, eye, orthopedic/rehabilitation and dental. It also operates a school of nursing and a satellite clinic in Matasia, Ngong.