KIRIAINI MISSION HOSPITAL LDP PROJECT. National Results Presentation On 19/06/2012 At Strathmore Business School NAIROBI Presenters: B. Muriithi N. Thiong’o. KIRIAINI MISSION HOSPITAL. Above: Front view of Kiriaini M. Hospital. BACKGROUND INFORMATION.
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KIRIAINI MISSION HOSPITALLDP PROJECT National Results Presentation On 19/06/2012 At Strathmore Business School NAIROBI Presenters: B. Muriithi N. Thiong’o
KIRIAINI MISSION HOSPITAL Above: Front view of Kiriaini M. Hospital
BACKGROUND INFORMATION Level IV Hospital Located in Central Province, Murang’a County Owned and managed by the Catholic Diocese of Murang’a Catchment area population- 88,177 Bed capacity - 70 Staff population - 82
LDP TEAM MEMBERS From Left: F. Kariuki, M. Wamiti, Sr. Linitha, N. Thiong’o & B. Muriithi
MISSION To provide holistic, preventive and curative medical services to all with special concern to the poor and disadvantaged in the spirit of proclamation of Christ’s healing ministry
VISION A leading Health Provider Facility in Kenya and beyond
MEASURABLE RESULT Average number of monthly deliveries between 1st October 2010 and 31st March 2011 increased from 45 to 70
JUSTIFICATION To promote infant and maternal health – MDG No. 4 and 5 Mothers are the pillars of families - “You catch the mother, you get all” Most suitable project to harmonise hospital departments
PRE LDP SITUATION ANALYSIS Average of 45 deliveries per month Maternity bed occupancy at 38% Unutilized newborn facilities Multi-tasking of staff working in maternity Well equipped labour room Trained and qualified personnel Equipped theatre for caesarian sections Well documented permanent registers (ANC, Maternity)
CHALLENGE STATEMENT • How does Kiriaini Mission Hospital achieve an average of 70 deliveries per month in view of the underlying obstacles?
PRIORITY ACTIONS Sensitizing the management on:- • Team building through regular staff meetings • Review of staff terms and conditions • Clear job description and orientation guidelines Focus on community • Public awareness programmes through local FM radio stations and church gatherings • Community mobilization through neiboring health facilities and opinion leaders • Advocacy for enrollment with NHIF
STAKEHOLDERS Administration and management Staff Clients Community Neighboring Health facilities NHIF Management
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS Establishment of:- A gynaecological clinic in the hospital Newborn unit (Nursery) hence no referrals On going CME for newborn management Satelitte Clinic in Murang’a Town Others:- Recruitment of a sonographer Positive change of attitude Improved work climate and corporate image Increase in patients turn out in all departments
WAY FORWARD Improve and sustain the number of deliveries Upgrade the laboratory department with modern equipment and increase efficiency
NEXT MEASURABLE RESULT Reduced waiting time for specialised laboratory investigations from average of two and a half hours to thirty minutes between 1/05/2011 to 31/10/2011.
KEY LESSONS LEARNT FROM LDP Acquired knowledge and skills in leadership and management Identified the need and importance of acknowledging others Realised the importance and potential in teamwork Inner joy and satisfaction in working together for a common good It is commitment to an activity that drives an individual towards achievement
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT USAID/MSH/LMS KEC – Catholic Health commission LDP facilitators LDP teams Kiriaini Mission Hospital Administration and Management Staff of Kiriaini Mission Hospital All the stakeholders