St. Mary’s is a Kenyan Christian community focusing on healthcare ministry in service to the low-income earners. We seek to fulfill our mission through our healthcare services, outreach programs in response to the surrounding communities’ needs, and our commitment to medical and clinico-pastoral education.
- Quality: We provide high quality patient care, work life, education and research.
- Dignity: We treat each person with compassion and dignity, while recognizing that everyone as a unique individual with a right to be respected and accepted.
- Commitment: We have created an enabling environment where each member of staff is valued, respected and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth.
- Excellence: We foster a culture of advancing excellence in health education and research
- Social responsibility: We demonstrate social responsibility through the just use of resources entrusted to us for the enhancement of human life.
- Collaboration: We strive to strengthen collaborative initiatives with the Government, NGOs, universities, colleges, other hospitals, agencies and the community at large.
The hospital serves a large proportion of low income people from the surrounding slums of Kibera, Mukuru, Njenga, Kuwinda etc. It has since become an oasis of healing in the midst of extreme hardship, currently serves about 1,200 outpatients daily, offers CCC (Comprehensive Care Centre) services to over 3,000 patients per month, conducts about 800 to 1,000 deliveries monthly, and undertakes about 500 major and 500 minor operations monthly.
St Mary’s Mission Hospital is accredited by the Nursing Council of Kenya to offer a KRN/M (Kenya Registered Nurse/Midwife) program, and by the Medical Practitioners and Dentists’ Board as a Continuous Medical Education (CME) provider.