CURE Kenya has been a place of hope since opening its doors in 1998. Ours was Kenya’s first orthopaedic teaching hospital when it opened in Kijabe. Our teaching hospital has 56 beds, three operating rooms, an outpatient clinic, and a 14-bed hostel for patients needing long-term care. In addition to world-class medical care, our team ministers to the emotional and spiritual needs of our patients and their communities.
Our hospital provides diagnostic exams, pre- and post-op evaluations, medications, lodging for patients and caregivers, assistive devices like wheelchairs and crutches, physical therapies, biblical counseling, and more.
"My son developed an orthopedic anomaly commonly called 'knock-knee'. He had two surgeries at CURE Kenya and true to the excellence of the work done at CURE, he played rugby again after the interventions."
Dr. Jacqueline Kitulu |OGW, Board Member, Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council
Our in-patient clinics provide consultations for pre-surgical evaluation and post-surgical follow up – fully funded – to children with treatable disabilities.
Upcoming Mobile Clinics
CURE’s mobile clinics take compassionate care on the road to reach children in rural villages living with disabilities. Children able to be treated are scheduled for surgery at the CURE hospital. As always, this comes at no cost to our patients or their families.
A New Ward and ICU on International Day of Persons with Disabilities
In a momentous celebration of common compassion, unstoppable dedication, and a shared vision for the well-being of children, AIC-CURE Children's Hospital of Kenya (CURE Kenya) marked its 25th anniversary on 17 November 2023.
CURE Kenya’s mission is to provide every child living with a disability the physical, emotional, and spiritual care they need to heal. If you have questions about becoming a patient or a partner with CURE, please contact us.