Our Work

WHAT WE DO

CONTINUOUS MEDICAL EDUCATION
The Kenya Cardiac society hold monthly so-called CME’s in the capital at various venues across the town. We also do CMEs out of time in the form of mini-symposia either themed or in relation to a specific events. This year we held a 2-day mini-symposium in Eldoret in February and are planning to do another in October 2017.
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WORLD HEART DAY
In Kenya WHD is widely celebrated with hundreds of people walking through the streets of Nairobi to increase awareness of heart disease in the country and on the continent. Read More
CONFERENCES
In July we celebrate The KCS Annual Scientific Conference, the most prolific meeting among cardiologists and healthcare professionals with a broad appeal to any person with an interest in cardiovascular diseases. This 4-day conference tries to cater for, and push the interests of cardiovascular disease in the country, and at the same time tries to be informative, educative and entertaining.
MAY MEASUREMENT MONTH
Was launched under the slogan “Pima pressure” in Kenya. It ran the entire month of May and well into June. May Measurement Month is an initiative led by the International Society of Hypertension aimed at raising awareness around blood pressure worldwide and took place for the first time during May 2017. Read More

Our Mission

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.

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Our Vision

The champion for the advancement of cardiovascular health in Kenya and in the region discovery and dissemination of best practice.

Aims & Objectives

To encourage, support and coordinate research into preventive research and curative aspects of cardiovascular diseases.

The acquisition and dissemination of knowledge and information concerning cardiovascular disorders to members of the society and the population in general by public media (T.V, radio, newspaper), public lectures, publications and journals clubs etc.

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