She is a renowned paediatric cardiologist in Kenya. She is both an interventional and non-invasive paediatric cardiologist.
She was the first Kenyan female cardiologist and has been instrumental in mentoring and training of majority paediatric cardiologists in the country.
Dr. Betty is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Paediatric Cardiology, University of Minnesota, USA and has a Masters of Medicine in Paediatrics, (University of Nairobi), Kenya, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (University of Nairobi) and a Diploma in Tropical Medicine from the same university.
Dr. Betty Gikonyo is also a professional member of the Kenya Medical Association, Kenya Cardiac Society, Kenya Paediatric Association, Kenya Medical Women Association, Founding chair and member of University of Nairobi Alumni Association.
She was also the Chairperson of Nairobi Health Management Board, a position she held for 7 years and a member of the University Council for 14 years which saw her rise to the role of deputy chair of the University of Nairobi Council.
She is the recipient of two Presidential awards-MBS & SS. She won the CEO Global Limited East Africa Regional Awards- Most influential Woman (Medical category) in 2016. She has also penned her own autobiography titled, “The Girl who dared to dream.”
Chief Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeon – The Karen Hospital, Nairobi
MS, Mch, FIACS, FICS, FCCP, FICA – 25 plus years of experience.
Dr. Premanand has been a Cardiac surgeon for more than 25 years.
He has performed more than 15,000 surgeries since he started practicing.
At The Karen Hospital, he has been able to perform over 150 open heart operations since he joined the institution.
Premanand performs CABG surgeries on “beating hearts” which means, the heart is not stopped. In other similar operations, the heart is usually stopped and then a heart-lung machine takes over the functions of the heart.
He attended a Fellowship in heart and lung transplantation at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland OR, USA.
Dr. Premanand holds a Bachelor of Medicines-Bachelor of Surgery, Nalanda Medical College, Patna Bihar, India.
He has served in reputed cardiothoracic centres in the USA, Australia and New Zealand. He has also done a fellowship in heart and lung transplantation at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR, United States.
He has attended numerous international conferences and written numerous articles on cardiac and other health topics.
Dr. Sempele holds a Masters of Medicine in Diagnostic Radiology from the University of Nairobi.
Publications under her name: “Knowledge, attitudes and practices of orthopedic residents regarding radiation use and its safety. (Dr. Maina J.W and Dr. Sempele C.Y) and Correlation between clinical and radiological findings in pediatric adenoid hypertrophy at the Kenyatta national hospital. (Dr. C.Y. Sempele, Dr. Kimani N.M, and Dr. Onyambu C.K)”
MBChB, MMed(Orth), FCS(Orth)(ECSA), Dip. SICOT, FIJR(India) – 10 years of experience
At the Karen hospital, Dr. Dave heads the Orthopaedic department
Dr. Dave aims to provide excellent world class orthopaedic services for the betterment of a good livelihood for all his patients.
He has perfomed over 2500 surgeries.
Dr. Dave holds a masters degree from the University of Nairobi in Orthopaedic Surgery
Dr. Dave is a COSECSA fellow in Orthopaedic Surgery.
Holds an international Diploma in Orthopaedics from the international orthopaedic society SICOT.
He is a fellowship trained joint- replacement surgeon trained in Ahmedabad India.
Dr.Dave has attended several local and international conferences.
He has several publications under his name including; Ankit, P. Oroko. Early operative management of pilon fractures using the anterolateral approach: a case series. East African Orthopaedic Journal, Volume 12, Number 1, March 2018; Pages 39-41, Ankit, E. Gakuya, T, Mogire. Accuracy of clinical evaluation and MRI reporting compared to knee arthroscopic findings- (MMed dissertation approved by department)- East African Orthopaedic Journal, Volume 13, September 2019, Pages 64-71 and Ankit, A. Mughal. An atypical case of massive extra-articular pigmented villonodular synovitis-case report- ECAJ 2019 Aug; 24(2): 146-14