Kiribwet Dispensary


Administrative Data

Healthy Facility Type:
Ministry of Health
Trans Mara East
Emurua Dikirr
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Postal Address:
P.O Box 19
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Richard K. Rotich
Nursing Officer in Charge

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Opening Time


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