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Cancellation of the International Expression of Interest (EOI) to implement the Kenyatta National Hospital ICT Master Plan through PPP.
Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) regrets to inform interested parties that the tender for express of interest ( EOI) for implementing the KNH ICT Master Plan through PPP is cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances. The reason for cancellation for EOI is to align the process to the Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Act of 2013 and the PPP regulations. KNH remains committed to implementing the project and wish to urge interested parties to remain patient.
Interested parties who have already submitted expression of interest (EOIs) to KNH should contact the office of the SAD, Supply Chain Department KNH to collect their unopened EOIs.
KNH sincerely regrets any inconvenience caused by this cancelation.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL
KNH has turned 113 years and it had its Centenary Celebration in 2001. The Hospital was built to fulfil the role of being a National Referral and Teaching Hospital, as well as to provide medical research environment. Established in 1901 with a bed capacity of 40, KNH became a State Corporation in 1987 with a Board of Management and is at the apex of the referral system in the Health Sector in Kenya.
It covers an area of 45.7 hectares and within the KNH complex are College of Health Sciences (University of Nairobi); the Kenya Medical Training College; Kenya Medical Research Institute and National Laboratory Service (Ministry of Health).
KNH has 50 wards, 22out-patient clinics, 24 theatres (16 specialised) and Accident & Emergency Department. Out of the total bed capacity of 1800, 209 beds are for the Private Wing.Read more...
Kenyatta National Hospital can't afford to see organizations employees’ being unproductive due to lack of access to reliable healthcare services or worrying when they are ill and when they will be treated. We certainly don’t want them traveling to a foreign country for diagnosis and treatment that could be performed here.Read more...
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