The Kenya Association of Private Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Clinics Owners (KAPH), was registered by Registrar of Societies in Nairobi on the 23rd August 2000 as a consortium of healthcare facilities within the Republic of Kenya, that are recognized, evaluated and licensed by Medical Practitioners & Dentists Board (MP&DB). Fulfilling the vision of a strategic plan for universal healthcare for all, these facilities promote comprehensive and competitive healthcare packages throughout Kenya, thereby strengthening the delivery of healthcare by public-private partnership in the country..
The KAPH Consortium primary purpose is to move its members focus beyond a narrow, partisan in order to help the country transform its health system. In the process, it hopes to provide all Kenyans equal access to quality healthcare, irrespective of the location where they live. Indeed, the KAPH Consortium continuous to work towards the attainment of countrywide healthcare delivery in accordance with the Government–stated health goals and aspirations; guided by the Kenya Vision 2030.
Healthcare facilities in Kenya can become members of the KAPH consortium following a comprehensive evaluation process and licensing by Consortium Board. A decision-making committee of subject matter-experts assesses each healthcare facility annually based on the following: