Aga Khan University, Nairobi
Fellowship Site Director: Prof Mansoor Saleh, firstname.lastname@example.org
Site Contact: Aisleen Shamshudin, email@example.com
- Internal Medicine
- Family Medicine
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Radiology and Imaging Diagnostics
- Emergency Medicine
- Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
The Aga Khan University (AKU) is a private, not for profit, university and teaching hospital system that comprises 13 campuses, 7 hospitals and 217 outreach medical centres across 8 countries. Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi (AKUH, N) provides tertiary and secondary level healthcare services and currently has a bed capacity of 300 and operates under the aegis of the Aga Khan Health Services. Patients benefit from our unique team-based approach to care, which enables you to benefit from the diverse expertise of our entire team of medical professionals. As the teaching hospital for Aga Khan University’s Medical College and School of Nursing and Midwifery, we practice an evidence-based approach to medicine, driven by the cutting-edge research conducted by our experienced faculty members. Our approach to care is guided by our core principles of Quality, Access, Impact and Relevance.
AKU established a Cancer Research Center to promote translational research that will contribute to multi- disciplinary, high quality oncology care that is patient centered, evidence based, and research oriented. The mandate of AKU’s Cancer Centre is to train and support a new generation of oncologists and cancer researchers in East Africa and to equip them to engage in innovative clinical trials geared towards reducing cancer morbidity, mortality and disparity in Sub-Saharan Africa. AKU’s Cancer Center in Nairobi is dedicated to clinical, basic and translational research in “all things cancer”.