Committee set up to investigate poor services at Embu hospital
The County Assembly of Embu has set up a seven-member committee to look into alleged poor services offered at the Embu Level 5 hospital.
The committee has been given 21 days to table a comprehensive report proposing solutions to the problems that have resulted in public outcry at Embu Level 5 hospital, the largest referral hospital in the county.
Members of public have raised concern over poor services, deteriorating levels of hygiene and the on-going strike by medical personnel at the hospital.
Embu County Assembly Majority Leader Andrew Musakwa moved the motion proposing that a special committee should be formed to address the administrative flaws at the hospital.
Embu MCAs questioned why the state of services of the hospital was worsening yet the county government had made a heavy investment in the hospital.
The Embu Level 5 hospital was formerly Eastern Provincial General Hospital.
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