About Us

Our Brief Profile

AIC Githumu Mission hospital is a faith based hospital mission established in 1906 under the Africa Inland Church. It is one of the five hospitals under AIC (others are AIC Kijabe Hospital, AIC Cure International Hospital, AIC Letein Hopital and AIC Kapsowar Hospital). It is the only protestant hospital in Murang’a County uder Christian Health Association of Kenya (CHAK). I is a 37-bed capacity hospital offering outpatient services, reproductive health, general surgery, medical services, paediatric services, radiology services (X-ray and Ultra-Sound imaging) and mortuary services.

To be the leading Christ centered health provider in the region and beyond.

To provide compassionate holistic, accessible, affordable and sustainable quality health care to our patients and their families as a witness to the healing ministry of Christ.

Objective 1: Expanded clinical capacity that ensures quality and efficiency in service delivery is achieved by 2024.

Objective 2: Review and strengthen hospital management systems within five years

Objective 3: Strengthen hospital leadership and corporate governance

Objective 4: Strengthen collaboration and engagement with community and strategic partners

Objective 5: Upgrade hospital infrastructure within the next five years to accommodate projected growth from level 3 to level 4 facility.

Objective 6: Strengthen the chaplaincy mission of the hospital in reaching out to the lost by 2024.

Our Core Values

  • Compassion
  • Professionalism
  • Quality
  • Team Work
  • Christ Centred
  • Client Centred

Our Partners

We have over 100 years provided quality care to more than 20m clients in the country. Through this journey we have partnered with various development agencies and well wishers.

Some of our corporate partners include:

  • Britam
  • Christian Health Association Of Kenya
  • Africa Inland Church
  • NHIF
  • Equity Bank
  • KCB Bank
  • NSSF
  • Ministry of Health
  • MEDs
  • County Government of Murang'a
  • US Embassy

We’re Setting the New
Standards in Medical Sector


We provide care that is respectful of and responsive to individual patient’s preferences, needs, and values, and ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions.


We reduce waiting times, knowing that delayed care has sometimes led to harmful outcomes for both those who receive and those who give care.


We strive to achieve and maintain the highest standards of professionalism through ethical behavior, collaboration, self-education and respect for all.

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