Corporate citizenship for us is central to our operations. We remain committed to using our resources to support our communities, deliver better products and services, protect the environment and improve the quality of life for our employees. We recognize that we can only thrive in a society where we give back, where we undertake to meet the social and economic needs of the vulnerable in our midst.
Korean Sports Day
Precise Health Care was delighted to offer free health check-ups, first aid and management of any sports related injuries to the Korean nationals residing in Nairobi during the annual Korean Sports Day that took place in January 2019.
Mental Health Talk – Mr. and Miss University Kenya Pageant Participants
Precise Healthcare was privileged to be a part of the “What’s Your Story” initiative powered by Mr. and Miss University Kenya in May 2019 which created a platform for meaningful engagement on mental health and whole body wellness.
Precise Health Care resident doctor Dr. Theo Wangata was keen on touching base with the university ambassadors in line with the alarming levels of suicide due to depression and other mental illnesses in institutions of higher learning. Our medical professionals deemed it necessary to tackle the subject of mental health awareness with the university ambassadors who would thereafter empower the rest of the university fraternity in the entire nation of Kenya thus helping to lower the worrying statistics.
Medical camp at Nova Pioneer Primary School
At Precise Health Care we believe that our children are the rock on which our future will be built which is why we take pride in improving the health of our young ones by providing free general checkups during the medical camp on in April 2019.