Durham Medical Center

DURHAM MEDICAL CENTER (DMC) is a Private healthcare facility offering a range of leading healthcare services to the local communities in Kenya. It has been in existence since 2014 March where DMC Kitale Branch was launched

MISSION

Durham Medical Center has the mission to promote health and compassionate quality medical services to our patients and their families

VISION

We are committed to be the center of Holistic healthcare provision in the region benchmark against the world standards

APPOINTMENTS

Your treatment will be performed by highly trained and experienced practitioner. Schedule your appointment now!

Our Services

  • Consultancy service
  • ANC Services
  • Immunization Services
  • Routine Medical check-ups
  • Specialized Clinics
  • Physiotherapy
  • Nutrition
  • Screening and Testing
  • HIV/Aids and STI programme
  • Lifestyle Management Program
  • Stress Management Program
  • Chronic Disease Management Program
  • Corporate Health-Talk Program
  • Hospital wards 

Departments

Inpatient

Our inpatient experts are well trained to give you around the clock medical expertise.

Outpatient

We offer high quality outpatient services because your health matters to us

Laboratory

Our labs are equipped with state of the art equipment. 

Pharmacy

We have the best quality of medicine available at very affordable prices. 

Are you ready for a consultation?

Your treatment will be performed by licensed therapist. Schedule your appointment now!

Are you ready for a consultation?

Your treatment will be performed by licensed therapist. Schedule your appointment now!

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