FAQs

These are the most frequently asked questions at our enquiry desk. We hope this will help answer some of your questions.  In case your question is not featured here please send us your question through our contact page, email address or call usYou can also find us on our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

A: We are located in Lang’ata, Otiende, just past the Lang’ata Women’s Prison.

 

By private means take Lang’ata road and exit at the Lang’ata Police station junction. Drive straight until you are just at the Lang’ata Women Prison then follow the main road as it curves to your left to the hospital gate.

A: Just hop into a matatu no 15 and tell them you specifically need to alight at St Mary’s Mission Hospital.

A: Yes, our outpatient services are available every Saturday from 8am to 3pm

A: Yes, our outpatient services are also available on public holidays, from 8am to 3pm.

A: Our maternity services are available 24 hours a day.

A: Our hotline is +254 721 545640

A: Volunteers may apply with copies of their testimonials to the Hospital Administrator, per the details on our “Contacts” page.

A: Yes we do. Our radiologists and sonographers will be more than glad to assist you anytime.

A: We offer a wide range of quality, affordable services. We have our very own resident Physicians, Surgeons, Paediatricians, Dentists, Radiologists and Obstetricians/Gynaecologists supported by highly qualified nurses, laboratory and Pharmacy personnel.

A: We welcome and strive to strengthen collaborative initiatives with the Government, NGOs, universities, colleges, other hospitals, agencies and the community at large. Please contact us if you need more information.