St Camillus Mission Hospital


Administrative Data

Healthy Facility Type:
Other Hospital
Kenya Episcopal Conference-Catholic Secretariat
West Karungu
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Postal Address:
P.O Box P.O. Box 202
Suna Migori
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Father Emilio Baliana

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Opening Time


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