Mount Kenya University joined hands with Mater hospital, Gathugu PCEA Church, Astradental clinic and Inooro TV to offer free medical services to over 1500 participants on Friday (31st  May 2024).

MKU Nursing students played a vital role at the medical camp where they were inspecting the patients vital at the triage where they recording patients weight, height, blood pressure and sugar levels.

Dr. Njoroge, Dean School of Nursing commended the students for a well-coordinated medical camp. The students gained first hand outside hospital experience, as they had to give medical attention to critical patients and at the emergency tent.

MKU supported the event by providing nurses (students & staff) and doctors. The university also donated some drugs that were issued during the camp.

The medical camp not only offered treatment to the sick patients but also provided cervical, prostate and breast cancer screening, oral health checkup and health information awareness.