Simbiri Nanbell Health Centre


Administrative Data

Healthy Facility Type:
Health Centre
Private Enterprise (Institution)
Homa Bay
Rachuonyo South
North Kamagak
Sub Location:


Postal Address:
P.O Box 26
Post Code:



Kevin Jonathan
Nursing Officer in Charge

Mobile Number:

Email Address:


Opening Time


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