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Pumwani Hospital Denies Bed Shortage Claims


Pumwani Maternity Hospital have dismissed claims of bed shortage for  mothers who are delivering at the facility saying they are able to accommodate those who seek their services.

In an  interview with Ghetto Radio News Pumwani Maternity Hospital through its administrator Geoffrey Mosiria  however, agrees that  number of mothers visiting the falicity is growing huge day by day.

‘‘We must accept that this facility is  now attracting more clients  and this is simply because  we have improved services here, this is  not the Pumwani we had  many years ago…we are also getting clients coming all the way from Machakos  and Kiambu counties.’’ Mosiria said.

Meanwhile  acting medical superintendent Pumwani Dr. Fariah Affi has also attributed the same with the introduction of milk bank that was introduced at the facility.

‘’We started from somewhere and at some moment we were  giving out  glucose and water to newborns in circumstances where mothers could not produce enough breast milk but  through human breast milk stored at the milk-bank we get  milk donors and then help needy mothers.’’  She said.