Senior Optometrist Job Advert

Sabatia Eye Hospital is a leading not-for-profit and independent referral eye hospital based
in the western part of Kenya with satellite clinics in Kisumu and Eldoret. It is one of the
few tertiary eye hospitals located in rural Kenya and serves an estimated 15 million
people.

The hospital Management seeks to hire suitable candidates with requisite qualifications
and experience to fill the following position:

Job Title: Senior Optometrist
Reports to: Medical Director
Location: Sabatia Eye Hospital, Vihiga County

Roles and Responsibilities
▪ Co-ordinate activities at the optical department at the main hospital and other
satellite clinics;
▪ Oversee refraction of patients at the main hospital and other satellite clinics;
▪ Manage and train staff, including junior optometrists and the optical assistants;
▪ Manage the retail aspects of spectacles, contact lenses and other vision care
products;
▪ Carry out pre-screening tests such as retinal imaging and pressure and visual field
testing;
▪ Diagnose ocular manifestation of systemic conditions such as diabetes and high
blood pressure and complications of the ageing process such as cataracts and
muscular degeneration;
▪ Prescribing corrective eyeglasses, contact lenses and other vision aids, and
checking optical devices for performance, safety, comfort, and lifestyle;
▪ Advising on visual health matters such as contact lens care, vision care for the
elderly, optics, visual ergonomics, and occupational and industrial eye safety;
▪ Active participation in ALL relevant hospital training programs including BSc.
COCs and the Ophthalmic Skills Upgrading Course training as well as supervision
of trained works in their work place when needed;
▪ Supervision of students during their regular elective term rotations at Sabatia Eye
Hospital;
▪ Supervision of OCO/Cataract surgeons during their clinical attachment at the
Optical department.

Academic Qualifications
▪ Bachelor of Science in Optometry and Vision Science from a recognized institution
▪ Masters in Optometry will be an added advantage

Professional Qualifications
▪ Certificate in Pediatric Refraction and Low Vision
▪ Member of the Optometry Association of Kenya
Required Skills and Competencies.
▪ Strong leadership, analytical and organizational skills
▪ Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage a wide variety of
relationships utilizing collaborative consultation, communication and negotiation
skills.
▪ Excellent Training skills.
▪ Demonstrates ability to work both independently and within a team
▪ Excellent problem-solving capacity with demonstrated ability for considerable
analysis and sound judgment to find solutions in a complex environment with
shifting and competing priorities.
▪ Good computer skills (Complete MS Office package and any HMIS (Hospital
Management Information System) and data analysis)
▪ Executive disposition, and demonstrate high level of professionalism and integrity.
▪ Ability to develop long term integrated and cross-functional operational plans.
▪ Ability to write clear, concise reports and well-developed communication skills
▪ Strong organizing and planning skills
▪ Strong skills in coaching and providing feedback.

Application Guidelines
Interested candidates who meet the criteria are invited to submit their applications
quoting their current and expected salaries, an up to date curriculum vitae and contacts
of three referees on or before August 25, 2023 to Email:
recruitment@sabatiaeyehospital.org

OR at the address below:

The Human Resources Officer
Sabatia Eye Hospital
P.O Box 214 – 50311
WODANGA.

Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.
Sabatia Eye Hospital is an equal opportunity employer committed to the safety and best
interest of all children and vulnerable adults accessing hospital services

Download the job advert using the link below.

Job Advert – Senior Optometrist

Job Vacancy – Programme Managers

Sabatia Eye Hospital is an independent not-for-profit hospital located in Vihiga County,
Kenya Specializing in Eye Care. Christian Blind Mission (CBM) is an international
Christian Development Organization, committed to improving the quality of life of people
with disabilities in the poorest communities in the world. In collaboration with CBM,
Sabatia Eye Hospital seeks to fill the following positions under the Vision Impact Project
and Low Vision Cluster Project in providing comprehensive eye health services.

1. Programme Manager – The Vision Impact Project Kenya, Vihiga County
Overall responsibility

Take a lead in coordination of project implementation of the Vision Impact Project Kenya,
Vihiga County.

Key Areas of Responsibilities
1. Program development and delivery
▪ Working with health partners in the county to develop and manage the Vision
Impact Project activities, to maximize our impact for beneficiaries.
▪ Identifying and effectively managing/reporting all key risks, including
security risks, related to delivering the county program and its impact.
2. Financial management:
▪ Supervising the preparation and review of annual program budgets and
quarterly financial forecasts and monitor expenditure against these
▪ Implementing partner contracts/MOU and ensure partners’ compliance to
the terms and conditions of the grant as agreed with the donor and Sabatia
Eye Hospital policies and procedures
▪ Ensuring quality standards are maintained in financial reporting
3. Procurement
▪ Take a lead in implementation of purchasing procedures, processes and best
practices and maximize savings and benefits arising from seamless
purchasing activities.
4. Partnership management
▪ Develop and maintain an efficient and effective partnership between county
teams and implementing partners and the relevant institutions
▪ Organize periodic meetings/workshops for the implementing institutions and
encourage effective networking and collaboration amongst them to enhance
capacity building opportunities amongst the various levels of facilities offering
eye health services
5. Monitoring, evaluation and quality assurance
▪ Ensuring learning by the county program from relevant best practice,
securing and monitoring implementation of relevant program approaches and
standards, and assessing performance regularly against agreed milestones,
activities, scheduled work plans, program objectives and indicators.

2. Programme Manager – Low Vision Cluster Project
Key areas of Responsibility

1. Program development and delivery
▪ Work with low vision partners in the country to develop and manage the CBM
Global low vision program activities, to maximize our impact for beneficiaries.
▪ Identify and effectively manage/report all key risks, including security risks,
related to delivering the country program and its impact
2. Financial management
▪ Support clusters to prepare annual program budgets and quarterly financial
forecasts and monitor expenditure against these
▪ Manage partner contracts/MOU and ensure partners’ compliance to the
terms and conditions of the grant as agreed with the donor and CBM Global
internal policies and procedures
▪ Ensure that funds are transferred to Low Vision partners on time
▪ Ensure quality standards are maintained in financial reporting by
maintaining files of financial record (request of funds, bank transfer
documents, receipts and payments vouchers etc) from cluster members for
verification and auditing
3. Partnership management
▪ Develop and maintain an efficient and effective partnership between low
vision program and implementing partners and the relevant government
institutions
▪ Organize annual meetings/workshops for the implementing cluster member
institutions and encourage effective networking and collaboration amongst
them to enhance capacity building opportunities amongst the various levels
of facilities offering child eye health services
▪ Represent CBM Global in cluster fora and serve as country level focal person
for vision therapy network.
▪ Preparing briefs/papers to donors/CBM Global as necessary
▪ In coordination with the partners, collating and providing analysis of data and
information, producing substantive analytical and informative reports.
4. Monitoring, evaluation and quality assurance:
▪ Ensure learning by the country program from relevant best practice, securing
and monitoring implementation of relevant program approaches and
standards, and assessing performance regularly against agreed milestones,
activities, scheduled work plans, program objectives and indicators
▪ Ensure preparation of relevant cluster information notes and documentation
of the project
▪ Ensure accurate, sufficient and timely flow of information and progress
reports (narrative and financial) to the country office
▪ Advising and assisting in development of M&E mechanisms at cluster level,
as well as relevant field-friendly tools, modes and systems for data collection,
and subsequent analysis and reporting.
▪ Coordinate with Cluster heads and relevant stakeholders to ensure required
monitoring tools are employed properly and utilized regularly
▪ Identify possibilities for joint evaluations and serve as the CBM- G /Donor
focal point for joint evaluation initiatives, (Mid Term Evaluation/End Term
Evaluation)
▪ Providing ongoing support on new monitoring and evaluation methodologies,
facilitating learning sessions for wider Low Vision Cluster staff and other
stakeholders

Required Experience and Qualifications

▪ A minimum of 3 years of proven professional experience in project
management, monitoring and evaluation or grants management in a
reputable organization;
▪ Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in social sciences, program management or
related field;
▪ Minimum CPA/CPS Part II;
▪ Certificate in M&E or project management will be an added advantage
▪ Outcome driven with proven experience in community-based program and
project planning, implementation, and management;
▪ Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal
skills;
▪ Excellent personal organization skills, including time management, and
ability to meet deadlines; and to work through others to accomplish goals;
▪ Experience in presenting and managing communication on social media
platforms; Problem solving and solution focused;
▪ General knowledge and familiarity with political at the National and county
and governments;
▪ Self-motivated, able to balance multiple and competing priorities or deadlines,
excellent organizational skills, and ability to track multiple projects/programs
tasks;
▪ Able to work effectively with policy makers, community leaders, and the
media;
▪ Knowledge and understanding, especially as it relates to program replication,
connecting programs to funding, creatively generating other resources, and
building strategic partnerships.

Application Guidelines
Interested candidates who meet the criteria are invited to submit their applications
quoting their current and expected salaries, an up to date curriculum vitae and contacts
of three referees on or before May 15, 2023 to Email:
recruitment@sabatiaeyehospital.org

OR at the address below:
The Human Resources Officer
Sabatia Eye Hospital
P.O Box 214 – 50311
WODANGA.

*Previous Applicants need not to apply.
Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.
Sabatia Eye Hospital is an equal opportunity employer committed to the safety and best
interest of all children and vulnerable adults accessing hospital services

Proposed Prefab Eye Unit at Vihiga County Referral Hospital using the EPS technology

1. Sabatia Eye Hospital invites sealed tenders for the construction of Prefabricated Eye Unit at Vihiga County 
Referral Hospital using the expanded polystyrene (EPS).
2. Tendering will be conducted under open competitive method National using a standardized tender document.
Tendering is open to all qualified and interested Tenderers.
3. Qualified and interested tenderers may obtain further information and inspect the Tender Documents during
office hours 8:00AM to 4:30PM at the address given below.
4. Tender documents may be obtained electronically from the Website www.sabatiaeyehospital.org/tenders free of
charge.
5. Tender documents may be viewed and downloaded free of charge from the website
www.sabatiaeyehospital.org/tenders. Tenderers who download the tender document must forward their particulars
immediately to tenders@sabatiaeyehospital.org, +254 723721316/+254 733731013, P.O Box 214 – 50311, Wodanga,
Vihiga – Kenya to facilitate any further clarification or addendum.
6. Tenders shall be quoted be in Kenya Shillings and shall include all taxes. Tenders shall remain valid for 90 days
from the date of opening of tenders.
7. All Tenders must be accompanied by a Tender-Securing Declaration.
8. The Tenderer shall chronologically serialize all pages of the tender documents submitted.
9. Completed tenders must be delivered to the address below on or before Friday 07th October 2022 at 11.00 A.M.
Electronic Tenders will not be permitted.
10. Tenders will be opened immediately after the deadline date and time specified above or any dead line date and
time specified later. Tenders will be publicly opened in the presence of the Tenderers’ designated representatives
who choose to attend at the address below.
11. Late tenders will be rejected.
10. The addresses referred to above are:

 

A. Address for obtaining further information.
1) Sabatia Eye Hospital,
2) Program Manager’s Office, Training Building 1st floor, located 6 Kilometers from Chavakali Market,
Opposite Sabatia Deputy County Commissioners Office, along Kisumu, Chavakali-Kapsabet Road,
3) P.O Box 214 – 50311, Wodanga, Vihiga – Kenya.
4) Peter Mugodo, +254 723721316/+254 733731013, tenders@sabatiaeyehospital.org

 

B. Address for Submission of Tenders.
1) Sabatia Eye Hospital,
2) Peter Mugodo, P.O Box 214 – 50311, Wodanga, Vihiga – Kenya.
3) Sabatia Eye Hospital, Reception, located 6 Kilometers from Chavakali Market, Opposite Sabatia Deputy
County Commissioners Office, along Kisumu, Chavakali-Kapsabet Road

Low Vision Programme MTR Consultancy Advert

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TERMS OF REFERENCE (ToR)

MID-TERM REVIEW OF THE EMPOWERMENT OF PERSONS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT PROJECT

Background

The project brings together four autonomous eye hospitals in Kenya that offer comprehensive low vision services. These are Sabatia Eye Hospital, Kikuyu Eye Hospital, Kwale Eye Centre, and Tenwek Hospital.  Low Vision is part of Visual Impairment (VI) and the services of the project are particularly addressed to children with visual impairment. Activities of this project are geared towards contributing to the national strategic objective to improve vision-related quality of life for people with functional low vision through people-centered approaches. Initiatives are geared to reduce the barriers experienced by people particularly children with visual impairment to access appropriate medical/rehabilitation services, education, and in the long run when reaching adulthood equal opportunities in the labor market.

Project Interventions

The project collaborates with the national government of Kenya and various counties through the ministries of education and health. The main interventions are:

  • Promotion and provision of adequate rehabilitation measures for people with visual impairment to maximize their visual functioning (e.g. read print instead of Braille) at base stations and through outreach services in the communities and schools.
  • Integration of people with visual impairment in education, health, social, labor, community e.t.c
  • Awareness creation and advocacy for accessible policy development on national and local levels.
  • Capacity building of selected county government hospitals to create referrals and provide low vision services.
  • Increase sustainability levels of the service delivery through the capacity strengthening of the organization and embedding service delivery in government structures.

Objectives of the Mid-Term Review

The objective of the MTR is to analyze the results and performance of the project to date, identifying key constraints and challenges, early signs of the potential impact of the project interventions and proposing corrective actions, potential project re-programing, and future strategies and directions, if needed, for project implementation from late 2022 onward. The MTR will identify potential gaps in project design, assess progress toward the achievement of the project objective and outcomes, identify and document lessons learned (including lessons that might improve the design and implementation of other Low Vision projects), and make recommendations regarding specific actions that should be taken to improve the project.

The review will include both the evaluation of the progress in project implementation, measured against planned results set forth in the project design document in accordance with budget allocation, as well as the initial and potential impacts of the project. . The review will also address underlying causes and issues contributing to targets not adequately achieved.

Rationale of the Review

The Mid-Term Review is intended to identify weaknesses and strengths of the project design and implementation strategy to come up with recommendations for any necessary changes in the overall design and orientation of the project by evaluating the adequacy, efficiency, and effectiveness of its implementation, as well as assessing the project outputs and outcomes to date. The overall project performance will be measured based on the project’s logical framework indicators.

Consequently, the review assignment is also expected to make detailed recommendations on the work plan for the remaining project period. It will also provide an opportunity to assess early signs of the project’s success or failure and prompt necessary adjustments.

The MTR must provide evidence-based information that is credible, reliable, and useful. The review team is expected to follow a participatory and consultative approach ensuring close engagement with government ministries, county health eye departments/units, implementing partners, the project team, and other key stakeholders.

The review assignment will also identify lessons learned and best practices from the project which could be applied to future and other ongoing projects.

 

Objectives of the review

In summary, the project Mid-Term Review has the following main objectives:

  1. To evaluate to what extent the program has delivered effective, efficient, timely, and relevant interventions to project participants in relation to the project design.
  2. To examine the extent to which collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, and implementing partners positively impacted the project participants.
  3. To determine key lessons learned, and recommendations to inform current and future project designs.

Scope

The scope of the Mid-Term Review will cover all components and activities undertaken in the framework of the project. The review team will compare planned outputs of the project to actual outputs and assess the actual results to determine their contribution to the attainment of the project objectives. The evaluation will evaluate the efficiency of project management, including the delivery of outputs and activities in terms of quality, quantity, timeliness, and cost efficiency. The evaluation will also determine the likely outcomes and impact of the project in relation to the overall and specific objectives of the project including to;

  • Assess current progress towards achieving the expected results as defined in the project Results Matrix and document activities’ variations in relation to the initial action plan
  • Assess continued relevance of the intervention for the target group and advice on revisions when necessary
  • How effective is the project implementation in addressing the identified need?
  • Document partner implementation models and identify best practices describing how different partners approach the same set of activities.
  • Assess the contribution of the project to the pursuit of the national priorities articulated in the national strategic plan for eye health
  • Identify and/or assess emerging issues from the national context that may call for review and/or reorientation of the project
  • Identify lessons that can benefit the revision of the current project, as well as the design of the successive ones
  • Draw conclusions on opportunities for greater progress towards persons with VI in Kenya.

 

The anticipated scope of work includes, but is not necessarily limited to, assessing the following:

  • The relevance of project design, scope, and priorities, including an analysis of the validity of objectives, project components, implementation, and project achievement against expected results defined in the project documents.
  • An in-depth review of the implementation of various project components to identify the level of achievement of the planned project outputs, the contribution to institutional development and sustainable human capacities, and; in cases of not effective achievement, and analysis of the underlying reasons with recommendations for improvements, specifically assessing:
  • project management (technical capacity and management experience of the implementing partners) in achieving the expected results;
  • project components, including cross-cutting issues of disability inclusion, gender equality, social inclusion, safeguarding of children and adults at risk;
  • monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning through the M&E framework and program quality framework;
  • project communication strategy to ensure project visibility to donors, partners stakeholders, and the public.
  • Project risks and considerations about the project approach or delivery of project activities, taking into consideration safeguarding, safety, and security
  • Partnership, participation, and stakeholder engagement including roles and responsibilities, capacity for engagement in the design and delivery of the project, and the level of participation of stakeholders in the achievement of the desired outcome, as well as the effectiveness of such participation.
  • Assessment of the early potential impact of project interventions. Possible gaps/weaknesses in the current project design and possible interventions and measures that could be continued to support the government partners in the future.
  • Recommendations for future direction, strategies, and areas of project focus as per the findings including an outline work plan for the remaining project period.
  • General lessons learned and best practices that can be considered in the planning and design of future institutional strengthening interventions for the government and partners.

 

Apart from the above, the project’s mid-term results should be rated in the following aspects:

  • Relevance: The extent to which the intervention objectives and design respond to beneficiaries, global, country, and partner/institution needs, policies, and priorities, and continue to do so if circumstances change.
  • Efficiency: The extent to which the intervention delivers, or is likely to deliver, results in an economic and timely way.
  • Effectiveness: The extent to which the intervention achieved, or is expected to achieve, its objectives, and its results, including any differential results across groups.
  • Impact: The extent to which the intervention has generated or is expected to generate significant positive or negative, intended, or unintended, higher-level effects.
  • Sustainability: Assess the likelihood of results becoming sustainable with a specific focus on capacity and ownership over the process.
  • Coherence: The compatibility of the intervention with other interventions in a country, sector, or institution.

Expected results of the mid-term review

  • Recommendations on how to ensure the relevance of the project in line with beneficiary needs and government priorities
  • Suggestions to improve effectiveness in line with the objectives of the intervention.
  • Intermediate results of the implementation are documented, with evidence.
  • Recommendations on improving the sustainability of interventions beyond the scope of the project.
  • The review team has employed an inclusive and participatory approach in the review, contributing to increased capacity and competence in monitoring and review among the project partners, as well as creating their ownership of the result of the review.
  • The review having elaborated the mid-term review in a way that makes it possible for the final review of the Project in 2023 to build on its methodology and analysis.

Methodology

The Consultant (s) will propose a suitable and detailed methodology that exhaustively addresses the study’s objectives at the baseline’s inception; however, the Consultant(s) will be selected based on proposed methodologies submitted in response to this ToR. Robust mixed methods with a participatory approach are preferred. In addition, provide a detailed baseline analysis framework, proposed tools, and proposed outline for the report.

Deliverables

  1. A MTR report which includes: (1) Executive Summary (max 3 pages), (2) Introduction, (3) Methodology, (4) Analysis of the current status of the Project about key components, outcomes, outputs, and implementation strategies, (5) Assessment of the context for the ongoing project implementation, (6) Key findings, early indications of best practices and lessons learned, (7) Conclusions and recommendations reflecting the most likely scenarios for the implementation of the Project in the remaining (years); and (8) Annexes. The main text excluding annexes should be a maximum of 50 pages.
  1. There should be a minimum of the following annexes:
  2. Evaluation consultant’s ToR/short CV
  3. Terms of Reference of the review
  4. List of persons/organizations consulted
  5. List of literature/documentation consulted
  6. Evaluation work plan executed
  7. Problems and adjustments table
  8. Findings synthesis table with a performance rating
  9. Questionnaires
  10. Extract lessons learned and best practices that can be considered in the planning and design of future projects supporting
  11. Prepare the draft report to seek comments from different stakeholders
  12. Present the key findings and recommendations in a workshop to validate the draft report
  13. Finalization and submission of the report

Time Schedule

The review is expected to take not more than sixty (60) days. The Consultant(s) is expected to be available for the work to start on the 3rd of October 2022 and the final report should be submitted no later than 2nd December 2022.

 

Budget

The proposed budget should be inclusive of all taxes applicable.

Contacts

All deliverables will have to be approved by the Low Vision Programme Manager and CBM Global Programme Manager

 

Expression of interest should be sent to the address below by 26th September 2022 to:

Peter Mugodo

Program Manager

Low Vision Cluster Programme

Sabatia Eye Hospital

Email: peter.mugodo@sabatiaeyehospital.org

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Glaucoma Week 2022

Glaucoma is a leading cause is Irreversible blindness. This Week (7th to 11th March 2022) we celebrated world glaucoma week. The Celebration was marked with a free glaucoma screening in all our branches (Base Hospital Vihiga, Kisumu and Eldoret). Over 100 patients were screened. Patients with glaucoma were supported, treated and advice on how to manage the condition. Sabatia Eye Hospital remain committed in the fight against blindness.

SHIPPING CONTAINER PREFAB TENDER INVITATION

Sabatia Eye Hospital invites sealed tenders for the Provision of a PROPOSED EYE UNIT AT VIHIGA COUNTY REFERRAL HOSPITAL (SHIPPING CONTAINER PREFAB), Tender No.: 4016-BMZ-SABATIA-MYP for the Vision Impact Project (VIP).

A complete set of Tender Documents may be downloaded by interested firms free of charge at www.sabatiaeyehospital.org/tenders and those who have downloaded the document from the website must forward their particulars immediately for recording and any further clarifications and addenda to tenders@sabatiaeyehospital.org

Bidders shall submit “Original” Completed Tender Documents, enclosed in plain sealed envelopes, marked with the relevant Tender Number and Name addressed to:

The Chief Executive Officer,

Sabatia Eye Hospital,

P.O Box 214 – 50311,

Wodanga, Vihiga – Kenya

 

and be deposited in the tender box provided at Sabatia Eye Hospital, Program Manager’s Office, located 6 Kilometers from Chavakali Market, Opposite Sabatia Deputy County Commissioners Office along Kisumu, Chavali-Kapsabet Road., so as to be received on or before Friday 28th January, 2022 at 11.00 A.M.

All Bid Documents must be sequentially serialized / paginated.

Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers or their representatives who choose to attend the opening at Sabatia Eye Hospital, Program Manager’s Office, located 6 Kilometers from Chavakali Market, Opposite Sabatia Deputy County Commissioners Office along Kisumu, Chavakali-Kapsabet Road.

ELDORET CLINIC.

ELDORET CLINIC.

Sabatia Eye Hospital Eldoret Clinic was officially opened on 29th July 2021.Located on the fourth floor of Sagaas plaza Opposite Regional blood transfusion Centre, the facility was hailed as a welcome addition in Eyecare service provision in Uasingishu County.

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Sabatia Eye Hospital Eldoret Clinic

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The one day event was graced by His excellence the Deputy Governor of Uasingishu County Daniel Chemo and the Fred hollows Foundation. The Fred Hollows foundation, team, headed by the foundations county Manager, Jane Ohuma dedicated the clinic and presided over the official cutting of the ribbon.

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His Excellence Deputy Governor Uasingishu and Fred Hollow Foundation Country manager cutting the ribbon to officially open the Clinic

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Other partners present included, Lions Clubs of Eldoret, Kakamega and Vihiga who donated a wheel chair and blankets to the clinic.

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Representatives of Lion Clubs of Vihiga, Kakamega, and Vihiga during the official Opening of Eldoret Clinic

During the One day event, 105 patients were treated at Kipkorgot AIC Church and 28 patients operated on at Eldoret Clinic. We appreciate the Support of Uasingishu County government, the Fred hollows foundation, Lion clubs, the Friends Church and the people of Uasingishu for making the day a success.

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A section of the crow that turned for Kipkorgot Camp during the Official opening of Eldoret Clinic

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CELEBRATING A SERVICE

Join us in celebrating services well rendered by two of our dedicated staff who are retiring. Mary Kageha and Ezekiel Sugugu have been with us since 1998. Their dedication and hard work have helped propel Sabatia Eye Hospital to where we are now. Until their retirement, Mary Kageha was the Head of the Kitchen Department, while Ezekiel Sugugu headed the Laundry Department. As Sabatia Eye Hospital Fraternity, We wish them well in this new stage of life.

Mary Kageha
Ezekiel Sugugu

NURSING STAFF ROTATION

NURSING STAFF ROTATION

Our Semiannual Nursing staff rotation takes effect this month. Lonah Mbaya who was heading Theatre department moves to the Out-Patient Department. She will be assisted by Jane Osango who has also moved from Theatre.Florence Wanyama who was heading the outpatient department will for the next six Month head the Ward department assisted by Lilian Eboso. Mercy Mbaya on the other hand has been moved from Ward department to head Theatre department assisted by Daisy Wasilwa. 

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Mercy Mbayi Head Of Department Theathre 

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Daisy Wasilwa Assistant Head Of Department Theatre

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Florence Wanyama Head Of Department Ward

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Lilian Eboso Assistant Head of Department Ward

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Lona Mbaya HOD Out Patient Department( HOD)

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Jane Osango Assistant Head Of Department Out Patient Department

OUTREACH CAMP

Sabatia Eye Hospital is committed to making quality affordable eye care services accessible to the people. At Sabatia we are out to contribute to the reduction of avoidable blindness cases in the region and the country as a whole. Last weekend 11th to 12th June 2021 Sabatia eye Hospital in Collaboration RCEA Plateau Mission Hospital held a successful surgical camp. During the camp, One hundred and thirty-six (136) Patients with different eye conditions were treated out of which thirty-two (32) patients were operated on. Our appreciation goes to Plateau Mission hospital, for sharing in our Vision and the kind people of Uasingishu County for their cooperation and support.

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Sabatia Eye Hospital team Performing Surgery at Plateau Mission Hospital