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Wednesday, 18 March 2009 13:28

Palm Beach Hospital Diani Kenya has Ultra modern theater facilities for General as well as Endoscopic surgeries. Our recovery wards and in-patient wards can only be compared to luxury hotel suits with mini fridges and satellite television for the comfort of our patients.

PRIVATE ROOMS

The private rooms are for single occupancy.  They are spacious and en suited with bathtubs and shower.  All rooms have split air conditioners, a bedside nurse call system, hair driers, an electric kettle for coffee/tea, a telephone, a mini fridge and newly upgraded digital satellite TV and DVD.
Each room has a well stocked mini-bar, phone and provision for internet browsing.

SEMI-PRIVATE ROOMS

The semi-private rooms are for double occupancy.  They are spacious and en suited with bathtubs and shower.

All rooms have split air conditioners, a bedside nurse call system, hair driers, an electric kettle for coffee/tea, a telephone, a mini fridge and newly upgraded digital satellite TV and DVD.
Each room has a well stocked mini-bar, phone and provision for internet browsing.

HIGH DEPENDENCY WARD

The HDU serves to stabilize critical patients without unnecessary delays due to the state-of-the-art equipments.

GENERAL WARDS

There are separate male and female general wards with four beds, each bed with its own wall fan, bedside nurse call button and a reading light.

ULTRA-SOUND AND X-RAY FACILITIES

Like all other departments it is open 24 hours a day, we do all common orthopedic x-rays, chest x-rays and abdominal x-rays.

The X-ray/Scanning facilities have also been outsourced with a reputable and experienced Radiologist for the most accurate examinations.

PHARMACY

We have a well-stocked pharmacy with most branded and generic medicines on shelf which are sold at recommended retails prices. The pharmacy is open 24 hours.

LABORATORY

We have a fully fledged Laboratory service 24 Hours 7 days a week.

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