NHIF Offers Kenyans Access To More Public, Private Hospitals


NHIFThe National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) has provided Kenyans with access to 204 hospitals across the country.

The move will help over 6 million NHIF members access quality healthcare from both public and private facilities.

“The newly added facilities met the requirements for accreditation and the Fund is set to sign contracts with them so that they start offering services. We are geared towards providing more services and the more the hospitals the more the access to quality healthcare,” NHIF chief executive Geoffrey Mwangi said.

Read: Ministry Of Energy To Set A Standardized Fuel Prize

As a result several top facilities across the country are expected to offer a variety of inpatient and outpatient services.

Earlier this year, NHIF was forced to investigate hospitals after reports emerged that several health facilities were committing fraud.

Do you have a story you want told? Do you know of a sensitive story you would like us to get our hands on? Email your news TIPS to

Written by Kahawa Tungu


One Comment

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

jimmy wanjigi

Jimmy Wanjigi Accuses State Of Persecution For Supporting Raila


Chebukati Demands that Chiloba and Others Quit IEBC for the Sake of PEACE