Department of General Medicine including Gastroenterology
Gastrointestinal (GI) problems can be challenging to manage, and seeking the right medical care is
essential for proper diagnosis and treatment. Whether you are experiencing abdominal pain,
bloating, diarrhea, or constipation, you need the right gastroenterologist to help you manage your
condition. If you are in Kenya, you are in luck - the gastroenterologist in Kenya is located at LifeCare
Hospitals, with locations in Bungoma, Migori, Kikuyu, Meru, and Eldoret., we will explore what
makes LifeCare Hospitals the go-to location for GI care in Kenya.
Why LifeCare Hospitals is the Place for GI Care in Kenya
At LifeCare Hospitals, we pride ourselves on offering top-notch care for all of our patients, regardless
of their location. Our gastroenterologists are highly trained medical professionals who are dedicated
to providing excellent care for those struggling with GI problems. Here are just a few reasons why
LifeCare Hospitals is the place for GI care in Kenya:
Our gastroenterologists are some of the most experienced and well-trained medical professionals in
the industry. They have years of experience in diagnosing and treating various GI problems,
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
No matter what GI issue you are experiencing, our expert gastroenterologists have the skills and
knowledge to help you manage it effectively.
Comprehensive GI Services
At LifeCare Hospitals, we offer a wide range of GI services to meet the unique needs of our patients.
Our services include:
Lymph node cytology
We also provide nutritional counselling to help patients with GI problems manage their symptoms
through dietary changes.
We understand the importance of using the latest technology to diagnose and treat GI issues. That is
why we invest heavily in the latest medical equipment to ensure that our patients receive the
possible care. From advanced imaging equipment to minimally invasive surgical techniques, we use
cutting-edge technology to provide the most accurate diagnoses and effective treatments.
If you are struggling with GI issues, don't wait to seek help. At LifeCare Hospitals, we have the top
gastroenterologists in Kenya, with convenient locations in Bungoma, Migori, Kikuyu, Meru, and
Eldoret. Our expert medical professionals, cutting-edge technology, and comprehensive services
make us the go-to location for GI care in Kenya. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and
take the first step towards better digestive health.
During your first visit to a gastroenterologist, you can expect to undergo a thorough physical examination, including a review of your medical history and any symptoms you are experiencing. Your gastroenterologist may also order diagnostic tests such as blood work, imaging tests, or a biopsy.
If you are experiencing persistent abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, or other GI symptoms, it may be time to see a gastroenterologist. You may also need to see a gastroenterologist if you have a family history of GI problems or have been diagnosed with a condition such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or celiac disease.
No, you do not need a referral to see a gastroenterologist at LifeCare Hospitals. However, if you have insurance, you may need to check with your provider to see if they require a referral for specialist care.
Before your appointment, it is a good idea to write down any questions or concerns you have about your symptoms or medical history. You should also bring a list of any medications you are currently taking and any relevant medical records. You may be asked to fast for a period of time before certain diagnostic tests, so be sure to follow any instructions provided by your gastroenterologist.
Why choose us?
Safe Care: Delivering health care which minimizes risks and harm to service users.
Reliable Care: Ability to successfully provide safe and person-centered care repeatedly. That we are effective, efficient and accessible/timely.
Patient Experience: Patients are an integral part of experiencing quality and safety related processes and are the ultimate recipients
of care and judges of quality. That we are equitable and patient-centered in service delivery.