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Relief for Murang’a residents as Equity Afia opens second health centre

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Equity Afia, the medical franchise of Equity Group Foundation (EGF) has opened a new medical centre in Muranga County.

This will be the second clinic in the county after Equity Afia Kenol that will serve residents from Muranga and its surrounding environs.

With this new facility, Equity Afia now has a total 36 outlets within its concession.

The new medical centre, located at ECN Building along Uhuru Street and managed by a qualified Consultant In-charge, will offer residents a wide range of quality and affordable healthcare services including but not limited to; general consultation, dental services, optical services, dermatological services, paediatric services, nutrition services, specialised care in obstetrics and gynaecology and wellness services.

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Speaking during the opening of the facility, Equity Group Board Chairman Prof. Isaac Macharia noted that the opening of the Muranga franchise is part of a larger strategic plan that will see Equity Afia provide easy access to quality healthcare in the country.

โ€œThe Equity Afia network of clinics have been established with the sole purpose of taking healthcare services to the doorsteps of Kenyans. Equity Afia is offering quality care at affordable costs making it easy for you and me to see a doctor, get tests done and get treatment without having to travel far,โ€ said Prof. Macharia.

Prof. Macharia added: โ€œEGFโ€™s vision is to transform lives and livelihoods through its various social impact programmes. We understand that the cost of seeking treatment in Kenya and across the globe can be quite high thus affecting household incomes in many homes. With Equity Afia, more Kenyans will have access to affordable treatment whether they are paying for services using NHIF, other private insurances or from their pockets.โ€ added Professor Macharia.”

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The Equity Afia franchise of medical centres have been established by alumni of the Equity Leaders Program (ELP) who have trained in the medical field and use the program to inspire each other, share ideas on how to grow and improve the franchise but most of all contribute to giving back to society by offering their skills and knowledge for the greater good of the community.

Other than offering treatment, Equity Afia as a franchise has invested in preventative healthcare by offering clients and the general public advisory services and creating time and resources for community health development programmes such as medical camps and the training of various groups such as teachers, child care givers and corporate institutions among others.

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โ€œEquity Afia is now closer to the people of Muranga and we commit to offer best of class services and at affordable costs thus promoting a positive health seeking behaviour amongst the population. We are open Monday to Saturday and we look forward to becoming your caring health partner,โ€ said Dr. Amos Wairegi, Consultant In-charge Equity Afia Muranga.

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