Mater Misericordiae Hospital has the mission to deliver timely and compassionate medical services to our patients and their families to the highest possible standard through the provision of qualified staff, the most appropriate equipment and staff training programmes.

We are committed to be a leading healthcare provider in East and Central Africa and benchmark against the highest attainable world standards seeking continuous improvement.

Why wait in line when you can book an appointment with a physician or doctor at your preffered time? In our commitment to quality, we seek to offer timely services. Book an appointment using one of the options below.

Book by phone: +254 20 6903340/3184 or 0719 073 106/3054, 0732 163 340/3184

The Mater heart Run program was started in 2004. This is an annual event that has caught the imagination of many Kenyans. Since it started the program has assisted over 2000 children have cardiac procedures.

The Mater Heart Run assists familes who cannot afford the cost of cardiac surgery.

The Mater Hospital is committed to excellence in providing the highest quality of healthcare and services to our customers.

We understand what timeliness and effectiveness of service delivery means to our customers and believe that there is always room for improvement in the never-ending search for quality.

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Good morning the mater it is pediatric Tuesday and we will be discussing problems that affect the oral health of children.

There are a number of problems that affect the oral health of children, including:
1. tooth decay,
2. thumb sucking
3. tongue thrusting,
4 lip sucking,
5 early tooth loss.

Even though baby teeth are eventually replaced with permanent teeth, keeping baby teeth healthy is important to a child's overall health and well-being.

Baby bottle tooth decay (also called early childhood caries, nursing caries, and nursing bottle syndrome) happens when a baby's teeth are in frequent contact with sugars from drinks, such as fruit juices, milk, formula, fruit juice diluted with water, sugar water, or any other sweet drink. If breastfed infants fall asleep with unswallowed milk in their mouth, they are also at risk for tooth decay. Bacteria in the mouth feed on the sugars, causing tooth decay.

How Do I Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

1.During the day, to calm or comfort your baby, don't give a bottle filled with sugary drinks or milk; instead, give plain water or a pacifier.

2.Never dip your baby's pacifier in sugar, honey, or any sugary liquid.

3.Don't put your baby to bed with a bottle filled with sugary drinks (watered-down fruit juice or milk still increases the risk of decay). Give a small amount of plain water or use a pacifier instead. Too much water is harmful to a baby.

4.If your baby is nursing at night, make sure you remove your breast from your baby's mouth when she falls asleep.

5.Don't add sugar to your baby's food.

6.Use a wet cloth or gauze to wipe your baby's teeth and gums after each feeding. This helps remove any bacteria-forming plaque and sugar that have built up on the teeth and gums.

Lets keep our baby's oral healthy and for more infomation in regards to our pediatric clinic please contact us on 0732163188.

Have a great day and we care..
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