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The Aga Khan Hospital Super Sunday Offer

Last year saw the opening of the Aga Khan Hospital Mombasa, Voi branch, Taita Taveta County. This was in a bid to bring the services of the medical provider closer to clients who have over time been forced to travel to Mombasa for treatment. The center is well equipped with a radiology, laboratory, well-stocked pharmacy, ultra-sound, and experienced personnel who offer outpatient services.

The hospital has a service called Super Sunday which allows clients to get free doctor consultations at the renowned hospital from 9am to 3pm at the Voi branch, opposite the KRA building. Patients are requested to visit the center and speak to a physician on their medical status as well as get the required assistance.

The super Sunday offer also run in their branches in Ukunda- Diani road and the Mtwapa mall 1st

floor, patients are welcomed at the two stations as from 9am to 4pm.

Visit the hospital every Sunday for free consultations.


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