Chogoria hospital  was started by the Scottish missionaries back in 1922 with the help of Mr and Mrs. Irvine being in charge. Chogoria hospital is on a side-road which branches off Embu - Meru highway about 2km from the highway. Chogoria hospital was built in a serene environment around 200km north of Nairobi city. It is situated within the fast growing Chogoria township in Mwimbi division, Maara district in Tharaka - Nithi county.

The first permanent building of the hospital was built in 1926. The hospital was then established under the management of the Scottish missionaries and later the ownership was transferred from the church of Scotland to the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) in 1956. The hospitals sit in a land of average 10 acres. It has developed to have a Nursing College - Clive Irvine College. This is a department on its own of the PCEA Chogoria Hospital. It was established as a nursing training school in 1951. The hospital also has an outpatient wing whose permanent building was setup in 1926. The medical wards for men and women was built in 1971, the surgical wing was also built in1971 followed by the maternity ward in 1972 plus the pediatric ward built in 1980. At the moment the hospital has put more structures due to the ever growing technology in the hospital environment. The hospital now offers the following services Surgical, Outpatient, Admission, Nursing training, Ct scan, Ultrasound, X-rays, Maternity, Optical services, HIV AIDs counselling and Medication and Dental services. The hospital has a 295 bed capacity.

The hospital has embraced information technology  covering the whole hospital.

The hospital focuses on the provision of Curative, Preventive and Promotive health care services in the greater Meru, Isiolo, Marsabit and all over the country.

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