The Johanna Justin-Jinich Community Clinic opened its doors to the community last week! With the opening, all 67 students from the Kibera School for Girls came for a special clinic, so that our clinicians can get to know and follow the health of all of the girls.
The Community Health Workers have been spreading the word, recruiting patients throughout Kibera to come receive personalized and quality care — and there has been fantastic feedback! One of our patients told us she came because she had heard that “such good services were being offered at this clinic.”
The last few days have proved the need for a clinic here. Our clinicians have already stitched up a gash in a patient’s face, treated over 10 cases of malaria, and followed up with the sickest of our patients.
We are excited to see what an impact the clinic will have and are proud of all of our Kenyan staff for making this abstract idea a reality!