Leading gaming company Mozzart on Thursday 14th January donated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) medical equipment worth Ksh 1.5 million to the Nyamache Sub County Referral Hospital in Kisii as part of their ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative dubbed “Supporting Our Healthcare Facilities.”
Donated equipment include hospital beds, patient monitors, oxygen concentrators and bedside trolleys.
“God has given man the opportunity to serve man and we thank Mozzart so much for these very vital donations. Our nurses, doctors and all staff are very thankful. They will go a long way in improving service delivery in this hospital and Kisii in general,” Dr. Kimutai Cheruiyot, Deputy Director of Medical Services in Kisii County said.
“We are in very difficult times and we thank the Mozzart for choosing us as a beneficiary of their great CSR initiative. This hospital serves very many people in the region and there was genuine need for these facilities. We will now bring key medical services to closer to the people as they don’t have to travel far away and this is great.” Dr. Kevin Mutonga who is in charge of Nyamache Sub County Referral Hospital added.
Mr. Frank Ochieng, Mozzart Kenya’s Marketing Manager reiterated the company’s mission to empower Kenyan communities.
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“As a way of showing support to our Healthcare Professionals and to the great People of Kenya, Mozzart has been giving back to the society and we are not stopping. When Covid-19 struck last year, we gave a donation of assorted medical equipment essential in the fight against the pandemic worth Ksh 10,000,000. The donations were made to some 10 major Hospitals in 10 different counties across Kenya,” he said,
“Mozzart is showing even more commitment in supporting our healthcare facilities by donating ICU equipment to our hospitals, and so far between November 2020 and today January 14th 2021, thirteen different hospitals have received this essential medical equipment,” he added.
The facilities include; Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital, Pumwani Maternity Hospital, Ngara Health Centre, Chemolingot Sub County Hospital, Mathare North Health Centre, Kahawa West Health Centre, Kayole 1 Health Centre, Kayole 2 Sub County Hospital, and Nyamache Sub-County Referral Hospital. On Friday 15 January, the Mozzart team will be at Rachuonyo County Hospital to donate more equipment while more hospitals around the country are lined up to benefit in the coming weeks.