Company overview

Company Overview


The Karen Hospital is one of Kenya’s largest multi-super specialty hospitals located in Karen, Nairobi. Founded by eminent Cardiologists, Dr. Betty Gikonyo and Dr. Dan Gikonyo, the institution has been envisioned with the aim of bringing to Kenya the highest standards of medical care along with clinical research, education and training. Karen Hospital is governed under the guiding principles of providing medical services to patients with care, compassion, commitment.

It has 102 beds with 3 operation theatres, catering for over 26 specialties. The Karen Hospital has nineĀ  Satellite centers located in different parts of Kenya to provide medical services to the people of this country without any hindrance due to long distance travelling. The hospital also provides medical intelligence, with cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure to serve the patients with utmost care.

The Karen Hospital brings together an outstanding pool of doctors, scientists and clinical researchers to foster collaborative, multidisciplinary investigation, inspiring new ideas and discoveries; and translating scientific advances more swiftly into new ways of diagnosing and treating patients and preventing diseases.

Mission, Vision and Values

Integrity, diversity, patient is king,


Provide specialised evidence based healthcare services and referral facilities for Africa


To be an influential healthcare provider offering teaching, research and referral facilities for the African region

Core Values

Patient is first

Prioritize patient health, safety and offer personalized experience.

Team work

Embrace a collaborative and participatory approach to work towards a common goal, world class clinical outcomes.

Quality in service delivery

Pursue excellence in everything we do with continuous improvements in quality and service in a cost effective manner.


Our actions must be consistent with our beliefs, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations and outcomes.


Value and respect the differences of the patients and families who seek our care as well as those who provide it.