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The Impact of Jayesh Saini’s Bliss GVS Healthcare Limited in Kenya

Bliss Medical Centre is a major integrated healthcare network in Kenya, offering comprehensive outpatient treatment. Jayesh Saini and his wife Dr. Shalya have made significant investments in healthcare over the last almost two decades. In addition to Bliss Healthcare Limited, he controls Medicross Ltd, which consists of 22 outpatient locations designed to provide complete quality services.

Mr. Saini and his wife, Dr. Shalya, expanded into inpatient treatment in 2017 by establishing two hospitals under the name LifeCare Hospitals Ltd. In keeping with his commitment, he is now establishing additional six hospitals around Kenya, increasing the total bed capacity to 2000.

Jayesh and Dr, Shalya also owns DINLAS Pharma EPZ Limiteda 30-million dollar pharmaceutical firm focusing mainly on the Africa market for drug supply. In the Energy sector under Surge

With about 2000 employees of which over 500 are healthcare professionals, Bliss serves over 80,000 patients monthly in its 80 modern clinics in 45 counties, making it the largest and fastest-growing network of healthcare providers in Africa.

Bliss Healthcare’s network of clinics includes Doctor Consultation, Laboratory, Radiology, Optical, Dental care, Dialysis, all designed to increase accessibility to advanced primary, specialty, and ambulatory care services at affordable cost while improving the overall quality of the health.

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Jayesh Saini has managed to make sure the Bliss Healthcare clinics have over 500 healthcare professionals working throughout the facility to serve more than 80,000 patients per month.

In June this year, Bliss Healthcare Limited appointed Dr. Gabriel Njue as its Chief Operating Officer, taking over from Dr. Selepe Percival from South Africa.

Dr. Gabriel Njue holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Nairobi, a Master of Science from the University of London, Post Graduate training in Healthcare Management from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Njue brings with him a wealth of experience in Healthcare Management having previously served in Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi Women’s Hospital as Chief of Medical Service, Equity Afia as the Chief of Party, St Mary’s Mission Hospitals as Chief Executive Officer and Penda Health as the Head of Clinical Services

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Bliss Healthcare started the Telemedicine Program in the year 2020 and is one of their biggest success stories. Chronic diseases especially Hypertension and Diabetes are on the rise contributing to about 50% of the disease burden globally.

The Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Program at Bliss takes care of over 21,000 patients with various chronic illnesses.

Bliss Healthcare is in the forefront, supporting the Government of Kenya’s initiative of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) through providing affordable quality services spread throughout the country.

With an extraordinary array of resources for the provision of compassionate, state-of-the-art care, Bliss Medical Centre is poised to identify and respond to the health-related needs of the diverse population they serve.

The President of Bliss Healthcare, Mr. Jayesh Saini, recently gifted the Carmel Day Care Centre, with a range of sports equipment and uniforms. The contribution is in accordance with the objective of Mr. Saini, as part of corporate social responsibility, to consolidate returns to society.

diabetes bannerCarmel Day Care Centre students donning the donated sportswear at the Centre

The children at the school were elated at the items they received and the management was grateful for the kind gesture. They thanked Mr. Saini for his gesture and also commended Bliss Healthcare for its efforts towards making Kenya healthier through the provision of quality and affordable healthcare services.

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