PCEA Chogoria Mission Hospital was founded in 1922 by Scottish Missionaries. The ownership of the hospital was transferred from the Church of Scotland to the Presbyterian Church of East Africa in 1956. From 1969-1975 the hospital had major redevelopment leading to a new
hospital adjacent to the old hospital.
The old hospital buildings were taken over by the Clive Irvine College of Nursing which was started in 1951 and named in honour of the hospital founder Dr. Clive Irvine.
The thousands of patients we treat each year prepares us to treat the one who matters most for you.
Count on our experts to deliver an accurate diagnosis and the right plan of care just for you.
Treatment at PCEA Chogoria hospital, is offered to ensure customer-centered experience. You're not an interruption in our work but you are the purpose of it.
All of our patient care, education and research are driven to make discoveries that can help heal you our patients to the glory of God.