Strategic mistakes have rendered the once great hospital a shell where quacky doctors thrive. The Aga Khan University Hospital has now initiated changes in finances.
“We have to make internal adjustments in order to remain sustainable, accessible and affordable’, reads the Memo in part.
The hospital whose customer care has become careless, revealing patient – doctor confidential information to the public without much ado might retrench staff in the coming months.
Let’s just say, Aga Khan University Hospital is done.
Aren’t these same Indians and Kikuyus who parade themselves like prostitutes in front of the government through the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), and now that their ignorance has began to bite in a bad economy occasioned by their support of a rigged system?
Bad governance affects us all. ‘ulambi itamaliza waKenya’ – sycophancy is terrible.
Insurance fraud cannot help Aga Khan University Hospital; even in an economy that thrives on that fraud to keep private hospitals afloat.
The exposes this site has done concerning Aga Khan University Hospital
Here is the letter from Aga Khan University Hospital