Mrs. Rachel Jahula Okumu, OGW, EGJ
Mrs. Rachel Okumu holds a Masters in Human Resource Management from the University of Salford in Britain. She graduated from the University of Nairobi with a Bachelors of Arts Degree. She joined the service as an Immigration Officer and later re-designated to the position of a Human Resource Management Officer in the Office of the President. Mrs. Okumu later transferred to the Civil Service Reform Secretariat under the former Ministry of State for Public Service as a programme Officer.
She again re-designated back to a Human Resource Management Officer where she served and rose to the position of Deputy Director Human Resource Management in the same Ministry. During her period of service she developed, interpreted and implemented human resource management policies and procedures in the Public Service, managed the deployment of staff in the Civil Service, initiated reforms in the records management function in the Public Service, including the development of an Integrated Records Management System (IRMS) to computerize the records management function. She was in charge of HIV/AIDS and Integrity programmes in the service among other activities assigned to her accordingly. She has been serving as the Executive Committee Member for the Ministry of Public Service Management and Administration in the Office of the Governor. She has now been appointed in the Ministry of Health Services to serve in the same capacity
Mrs. Evelyne Shipala Mulunji
Chief Officer Public Health
Mrs. Evelyne Mulunji has been serving as the Chief Finance Officer in the Ministry of Finance & Treasury, before being moved to the Ministry of Health Services as the Chief Officer Public Health
Dr. Beatrice Amunga Etemesi
Chief Officer Medical Services
The health docket is concerned with ensuring citizens and non-citizens access quality and affordable health services. This includes ensuring that interventions are put in place to encourage healthy living and emphasizing on prevention when it comes to tackling debilitating illnesses.
The ministry intends to establish structures with a view of improving service delivery in hospitals, primary health facilities and community units will be put in place.
Imarisha Afya ya Mama na Mtoto
Currently under construction
Projects Director - Dr. Brenda Barasa makokha
Construction of County Teaching and Refferal Hospital