Accreditation / Regulatory Bodies

Through the Legal Notice No. 113 of 2011 gives the board has a mandate to regulate all In-vitro diagnostics to be used in the country. In addition the board also screens, validates, certifies and registers products to be used in laboratory science practice. It also regulates the professional conduct of Medical Laboratory Scientists, Licenses and regulates business practices in Medical Laboratory Science, Inspects and approves Institutions to train in Medical Laboratory Science and Registers medical laboratory Technicians and Technologist to practice.

1ST NGONG AVENUE,

ACK GARDEN HOUSE 4TH FLOOR,

P.O. BOX 20889 – 00202 K.N.H, KENYA.

Telephone: 020-2731391 Laboratory: +254713553495 Personnel:+254713554133 Validation:+254733430330
info@kmlttb.org
http://kmlttb.org/
The Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board is a statutory authority established under Cap 253 Laws of Kenya to regulate the practice of medicine and dentistry in the country.

Woodlands Road off Lenana Road
Nairobi
P.O Box 44839 – 00100
Nairobi, Kenya

020-2728752 / 2711478 / 2724994 Fax: +254 20 2724938 Mobile: +254 720 771 478/ +254 738 504 112
info@kenyamedicalboard.org
http://www.medicalboard.co.ke
o establish and improve standards of all branches of the nursing profession in all their aspects and to safeguard the interests of all nurses

to establish and improve the standards of professional nursing and of health care within the community

Address: P.O Box 20056-00200, Nairobi County, Kenya
Head Quarters:
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NCK Plaza
Kabarnet Lane off Ngong Road [Route No. 8], Nairobi
Working Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Weekdays
Time Zone: UTC + 03:00

Coast Zonal Office:
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Provincial Medical Director’s (PDMS) Office
Adjacent to Coast Province General Hospital (CPGH), Mombasa
Working Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Weekdays
Time Zone: UTC + 03:00

Lower Eastern Zonal Office:
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Meru Level 5 Hospital
Main Administration Block, next to the Nursing Services Managers Office, Meru
Working Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Weekdays
Time Zone: UTC + 03:00

Upper Eastern Zonal Office:
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Marsabit County Hospital
County Health Offices, Marsabit
Working Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Weekdays
Time Zone: UTC + 03:00

North Rift Zonal Office:
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Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH)
Main Administration Block, 1st Floor, Rm 153, Eldoret
Working Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Weekdays
Time Zone: UTC + 03:00

Western Zonal Office:
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Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital (JOOTRH)
Main Administration Block, Kisumu
Working Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Weekdays
Time Zone: UTC + 03:00

+254 20 387 556 | +254 721 920 567 | +254 733 924 669
info@nckenya.org
Nursing Council of Kenya
The Pharmacy and Poisons Board is the Drug Regulatory Authority established under the Pharmacy and Poisons Act, Chapter 244 of the Laws of Kenya.
The Board regulates the Practice of Pharmacy and the Manufacture and Trade in drugs and poisons.

Pharmacy and Poisons Board
P.O. Box 27663 – 00506
Nairobi
Lenana Road Opp. DOD( department of defense)

+254 702 475 801 (8am-5pm) – Online Licensing +254 20 3562107 – General Line +254 720 608811 – General Line +254 733 884411 – General Line
info@pharmacyboardkenya.org
PPB
The Boards mandates are met through registration, Inspections, licensing and enforcing compliance with the Radiation Protection Act in all practices in the country

The Secretary/Chief Radiation Protection Officer
Radiation Protection Board
KNH Grounds
Next to the KNH Police Post
P.O Box 19841-00202
Nairobi – Kenya

+254-20-2689253
info@rpbkenya.org, rpbkenya@nbnet.co.ke
Radiation protection board of kenya
The Clinical Officers Council was established by an Act of Parliament in 1988 with the mandate to regulate the training, registration and licensing of all Clinical Officers under the Clinical Officers (Training Registration & Licensing) Act Cap 260 Laws of Kenya and became operational in 1989.; COC works to ensure that clinical officers are trained to address Kenyans’ health needs and deliver high quality health services. While the training of clinical officers started in 1928 with hospital-based certificate programs, today clinical officers are trained at diploma and degree levels in 47 institutions across Kenya. To date, the COC has registered over 16,000 clinical officers.

Physical Location: Clinical Officers Council, Blue Violet Building, Suite 203,Kindaruma Road Off Ngong Road, Nairobi
Postal Address: Clinical Officers Council, P.O. Box 19795 – K.N.H., Nairobi

0725 705 144
info@clinicalofficerscouncil.org
http://clinicalofficerscouncil.org/