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Metropolitan Hospital Maternity Charges

Metropolitan Hospital Maternity Charges

This article is about Metropolitan Hospital Maternity Charges. The 160-bed medical center is located along Rabai and Buruburu roads. It is part of the Evercare Group which includes Ladnan Hospital, Nairobi Women’s Hospital and Avenue Group of Hospitals.

Established in 1995, Metropolitan Hospital is arguably one of the most popular hospitals in the Eastlands area of ​​Nairobi.

The hospital recently opened a maternity ward to ensure that mothers and babies receive the best medical care.

Metropolitan Hospital prenatal package

Cost: Kshs 25,000

Prenatal care is important to protect the health of women and their unborn children.

Metropolitan Hospital encourages mothers to schedule their first visit between 8 and 12 weeks of pregnancy to thoroughly discuss any health concerns and develop a health care plan for their pregnancy. 

This package includes:

  • 8 scheduled, comprehensive antenatal clinics
  • Prenatal classes by a midwife
  • Laboratory tests; notably total blood count, VDRL, Blood Grouping, Urinalysis, Hepatitis B, Surface Antigen, Random Blood Sugar, Blood slide for malaria
  • HIV counselling and testing for the pregnant mother
  • 2 obstetric ultrasound scans
  • Iron, folic acid and calcium supplements

Metropolitan Hospital Maternity Charges

A midwife can help or a doctor can help.

a) Birth attended by a midwife

Cost: KSh40,000

That means:

  • General ward bed stay for 2 days
  • General nursery care for 2 days
  • Medicine and dressings are inclusive except prostaglandins ( for induction and labour)
  • Delivery conducted by experienced midwives
  • A comprehensive review of the baby by the hospital’s doctor
  • KEPI vaccine regime ( Birth polio and BCG)
  • Free prevention of mother and child ( PMTCT) and counselling
  • Compassionate and expert nursing care

b) Doctor-Assisted Delivery

This means:

  • General ward bed stay for 2 days
  • General nursery care for 2 days
  • Medicine and dressings are inclusive except prostaglandins ( for induction and labour)
  • Delivery conducted by experienced gynaecologists
  • A comprehensive review of the baby by the hospital’s doctor
  • KEPI vaccine regime ( Birth polio and BCG)
  • Free prevention of mother and child ( PMTCT) and counselling
  • Compassionate and expert nursing care

c) Caesarian Section 

  • General ward bed stay for 3- 4 days
  • General nursery care for 3 days
  • A comprehensive review of the baby by the hospital’s doctor
  • KEPI vaccine regime ( Birth polio and BCG)
  • Free prevention of mother and child ( PMTCT) and counselling
  • Compassionate and expert nursing care
  • pre-operative routine laboratory tests
  • Maternity operating services and medication
  • Hospital obstetrician, paediatrician, and anaesthetist’s fees
  • 3 ward visits by an obstetrician and the first routine ward visit by a paediatrician.

Hospitals accept NHIF for civil servants and schemes managed in the same L-T service.

They don’t accept NHIF Linda Mama.

Metropolitan Hospital Contacts 

Phone: 0700 410 324, 0722 207 665, 0733 602 114

Ambulance Services

0774 490 209, 0710 842 483

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