Prof. Peter A. Odhiambo received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his outstanding
contribution towards advancing Cardiovascular Disease care in Kenya during the KCS 37th Annual Scientific Congress, which was held in Pride Inn Hotel, Mombasa.
Kenya Cardiac Society welcomes Dr, Keiran Mwazo to its Executive Committee
Kenya Cardiac Society wishes to officially welcome Dr. Keiran Mwazo to the Executive Committee.
Dr. Mwazo took up the position of Assistant Secretary after he was successfully elected during the Annual General Meeting held on 1st August 2019 during the KCS 37th Annual Scientific Congress, which was held in Pride Inn Hotel, Mombasa.
We are delighted to have Dr. Mwazo on board and we believe his dedication and passion will contribute greatly towards advancing the mission of the society.
GE & American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) in conjunction with Kenya Cardiac Society will be hosting an Echocardiography workshop on 14th September 2019 at Crown Plaza Hotel starting 9am.
The workshop will focus on Cyanotic Heart disease, Pulmonary Hypertension and Stenotic and Shunt Lesions.
To register or for more information kindly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenya Cardiac Society 37th annual scientific congress, Pride Inn Shanzu, Mombasa 31st July – 3rd August 2019
The Kenya Cardiac Society is the voice for all those working in the fields of cardiovascular care and research in Kenya and its environs; we aim to represent and support both the professionals who work in cardiology and the patients for whom we want to encourage the best possible treatment. We are committed to enhancing and maintaining the highest standards in training, education and research and to set standards of clinical excellence for the benefit of patients.
The Kenya Cardiac Society is a non-governmental, non-profit making organization found in Kenya. Its aim is to promote cardiac health and cardiac related activities in Kenya. KCS also strives to improve awareness of cardiovascular health and to encourage heart healthy living.
It was founded by the late Prof. Hillary Ojiambo and Prof. Peter Odhiambo, and 8 members of the 1980 Kenyatta National Hospital Cardiac Team. The society has since grown and is now a member of the World Heart Federation. It has more than 100 members, and has a wide variety of activities.
The champion for the advancement of cardiovascular health in Kenya and in the region discovery and dissemination of best practices.
To promote and maintain highest standards of cardiovascular care through the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, the education of public and the professionals, the promotion of best practices and the encouragement, support and coordination of research in collaboration with key stakeholders.