Our Doctors

Prof. Constance N. Tenge

Prof. Constance Nalianya Tenge is a pediatrician (child specialist) since 1997 and an associate professor of child health and pediatrics at the Moi University, College of Health Sciences, School of Medicine. She undertook both her undergraduate (MBChB) and postgraduate (MMed Paediatrics) degree training at the University of Nairobi.

Dr. Godfrey Allan Otieno

Dr. Godfrey Allan Otieno completed his specialist training in Paediatrics and Child health in 2008 at the University of Nairobi. He is currently a Clinical Research Scientist at Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), Center for Clinical Research attached to KEMRI Kodele Children’s Hospital within Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital

Dr. Deborah Omeddo

My name is Dr. Deborah Omeddo. I am a final year fellow in Pediatric Hematology and Oncology. I hope to be able to provide quality health services to children living with cancer and blood diseases in Kisii and its environs. My vision is that all children in Kenya will have access to quality healthcare regardless of location and socioeconomic status.

Dr. Pamela Amatta

Dr. Pamela Amatta is a General Practitioner currently based at Gertrude's Children's Hospital, Nairobi. She graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery with IT from Maseno University. She is also a researcher as she strives to obtain solutions to improve patient care in every way possible.

Dr Lucy Santana Dikirr

A dedicated and ethical medical doctor with a Kenyan license and board certification. She graduated from the Universtity of Nairobi and is currently working in the sickle cell clinic at the Kibera health care centre. She is a professional caregiver with respect to patients individuality, well being and dignity

Martha Chege

Public Health Specialist
She is a public health specialist with a bias towards Public Health Nutrition. She is passionate about contributing to the prevention and/or management of both communicable and non-communicable diseases. Martha’s experience is in managing diverse health programmes with skills in training, administration,

Dr. Edwin Walong O. Oloo

Pathology Nairobi County, Scientific Team Member
I am a Lecturer at the Anatomic Pathology Unit, Department of Human Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Nairobi. In addition to teaching and instruction, I provide clinical service as a pathologist in a busy referral hospital (Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya). Over the last 5 years, I have participated in autopsy studies aimed at establishing causes of severe pneumonia in deceased children. In this we established that syndrome based clinical management protocols appear limited in preventing mortalities due to severe pneumonia in children. In addition, hospital acquired infections such as Klebsiella and viral infections such as RSV are important etiological agents. Notable innovations in this is the application of genetic diagnostic tools to identify the etiology of fatal pediatric pneumonia and the use of immunohistochemistry to classify pediatric immune deficiency. I have plans to establish projects in Kenya, that will influence policy and guide research into infectious diseases and other non-communicable diseases that affect children and young people in Kenya.