World Rally organizers have given a greenlight for hospitals in nakuru ahead of the World Rally Championships (WRC) set for July 24th to 27th.
Chief Medical Officer Dr Raj Jutley and his deputy Dr David Karuri today assessed the Naivasha Sub-County Hospital and expressed their satisfaction expressing their appreciation of its potential.
They said the facility was ideal for trauma treatment in unexpected cases involving spectators and officials.
Naivasha Medical Superintendent, Angeline Ithondeka, who led the two medics on the tour of the hospital, said they were ready to partner with the WRC Safari Rally and assured Kenyans that the hospital is capable of handling medical emergencies of any nature.
As part of preparations for the WRC Safari Rally and this month’s curtain-raising African Rally Championship Equator Rally, officials from the local organising committee’s media operations team will tour the various rally stages in Naivasha and the Service Park.
Additional information: Daily Nation