PRESS STATEMENT: HEALTH AFFAIRS
The Kenya Medical Association (KMA) is greatly concerned about the recent events involving health workers in this country, and hopes for a quick resolution in order to ensure that Kenyans receive the quality healthcare they deserve. For the avoidance of doubt, KMA fully supports devolution of health services, and would like to see a smooth transition that ensures that the objectives of this process are met.
PRESS STATEMENT: TETANUS VACCINE DEBATE
The Kenya Medical Association (KMA) and other Doctors' Professional bodies have followed the ongoing debate regarding the tetanus vaccination for women with a lot of interest and concern. We had hoped that this matter would be quickly contained and public assurance be given sooner by the Government in particular the office of the Director of Medical Services. It is in this regard that we wish to contribute and hope to begin the restoration of sanity to avoid all sorts of press pronouncements with escalating confusion of the public.
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