Princess Zahra Aga Khan & the First Lady of Kenya Inaugurate new State-of-the-Art Heart Laboratory

Source: Daily Nation By Daniel Tsuma Nyassy

Aga Khan Hospital sets up heart centre to improve health

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and Princess Zahra Aga Khan (far right) are taken on a tour of the catheterisation laboratory at Aga Khan Hospital in Mombasa on June 9, 2017. Mrs Kenyatta thanked the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) for the contribution. PHOTO | WACHIRA MWANGI | NATION MEDIA GROUP
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and Princess Zahra Aga Khan (far right) are taken on a tour of the catheterisation laboratory at Aga Khan Hospital in Mombasa on June 9, 2017. Mrs Kenyatta thanked the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) for the contribution. PHOTO | WACHIRA MWANGI | NATION MEDIA GROUP

Princess Zahra said that the launch of the cardiology programme would allow residents to receive world class care.

The first heart laboratory outside Nairobi has been opened at the Aga Khan Hospital, Mombasa.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta led a colourful inauguration ceremony of the state-of-the-art cardiac catheterisation laboratory that was also graced by Princess Zahra Aga Khan and other dignitaries.

The new unit consists of modern equipment capable of performing complex cardiac procedures including angioplasties and pacemakers, and a three-bed coronary care unit all supported by advanced radiology and other diagnostic services.

Read more – Dated: JUNE 9 2017

Also at the Star Kenya: First Lady opens new lab for heart conditions in Aga Khan, Mombasa, KBC 1 Channel: First Lady: Latest heart complication technology to save thousands, First Lady to unveil latest technology on heart diseases

 

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