Membership & Benefits

Featured Objectives

Who is Eligible to Join APH?

Any registered medical Institution in Kenya is eligible to join APH.
And Associates

  • Negotiates for improved working conditions for Private Hospitals and institutions included.
  • Offers continuing profession development (CPD) through various publications, seminars and annual scientific conferences
  • Offers an affordable local professional indemnity (PI) scheme in collaboration with other insurance companies
  • Protects Hospitals and Pharmacies against unfair accusations and advocates for their interests
How to Join

This can be done by registering here Online or visiting the APH Headquarters or your nearest APH Division.

Membership Fees:
• Ordinary Memebrship Ksh 25,000 Renewable every Year
• Individual Membership Ksh 5,000 Renewable every Year
• Student Member Ksh 2,500 Renewable every Year
• Corporate Member Ksh 30,000 Renewable every Year



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Continuing professional development (CPD) or Continuing professional education (CPE) is the means by which doctors are encouraged to continually update their skills and knowledge in order to remain professionally competent and achieve their true potential.

Benefits of CPD
  • Build confidence and credibility, you can see your progression by tracking your learning.
  • Earn more by showcasing your achievements. A handy tool for appraisals.
  • Achieve your career goals by focussing on your training and development.
  • Cope positively with change by constantly updating your skill set.
  • Be more productive and efficient by reflecting on your learning and highlighting gaps in your knowledge and experience.
More Benefits of the associations are.
  • To foster friendship and solidarity and unity of purpose amongst all Private Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Pharmacies.
  • To make available to members expertise know how and information in order to improve the standards and service of the institutions by reporting on quality and prices of drugs.
  • To provide a forum for the exchange and dissemination of ideas, information and experience and develop services, planning and other allied activities at community, national and international levels.
  • To assist members in any legal matters and or prosecutions involving member institutions and make representations to governmental and non-governmental organizations regarding matters affecting the Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes and to obtain relief wherever necessary.
  • To provide and operate ancillary medical services.
  • To publish issue, edit and circulate books, brochures, pamphlets, journals, magazines, periodicals, articles, bulletins & audio visual materials and to provide facilities to promote lectures, seminars and encourage and carry out educational research in matters connected with the objectives of the association.
Yearly Activities

APH holds 3 Regional Seminar in a year, (1st quarter),(2nd quarter) and (3rd quarter) and a National Convention every November, every August or September for the Hospital Managements.

Recognition and Awards
The organization gives awards to members who are:
  1. Recognition for the 5 years attendance of the Regional Seminars. Candidates should represent his/her region.
  2. APH Anniversary Celebration
  3. Consecutive years of attendance of the PHAP National Convention
  4. Consecutive years of attendance of the Hospital Management Asia Conference.
  5. Biggest or highest delegation during the regional seminars.
  6. And other special awards

APH is involved in advocacy, training and capacity building, research, and networking of Private Health Facilities in Kenya. In collaboration with various local and international bodies, it works as an umbrella organization for the whole private health sector in Kenya.

Program goals

APH works to strengthen the health and well being of all Kenyan citizens by establishing the private health sector as a recognized, committed, and equal partner capable of delivering high quality and affordable health care services. This social franchising project has been established in 5 regions where the program has  facilities. APH leverages pooling of pharmaceutical procurement and medical equipment in order to reduce costs.

Key program components
  1. The Quality Improvement Program: provides technical support by a team of quality experts who enroll APHs in the program, train them on quality improvement, and take them through a grading system that has been formulated by the SAFECARE initiative.
  2. Family Planning Services Program: reaches out to APHs to provide training and support for HIV/AIDS care and treatment, Voluntary Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Maternal to Child Transmission, and Home Based Care support for people living with HIV/AIDS.
  3. The Non-Communicable Disease Program: reaches out to APHs in mainland Kenya to provide health worker training focused on diabetes, hypertension and health lifestyle interventions. Facilities are provided with tool-kits for diabetes clinics, and receive ongoing supervision and support. Schools and communities are also targeted with health promotion training provided to teachers and local promotion of screening campaigns.
  4. The Strengthening Support Program: APH Kenya is looking for partners to help private health facilities access grants for quality improvement projects.
  5. The Private Health Sector HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Program: enrolls APHs from all across Kenya. The program gives them access to health provider training, nutrition supplements for patients, and support with the procurement of essential equipment. APH links APHs to their respective district health administration.
  6. The Continuous Medical Education Program: gives members access to scientific conferences, structured courses, and the Africa Health Journal and its Kenya counterpart to support ongoing learning and growth.
  7. The Human Resources Information System (HRIS): is working on the development of a database which helps track the nation’s health workers to allow leaders to better understand the current workforce and plan for recruitment, training, and retention.
  8. Private Medical Practice Development Program: has provided a business-training workshop to local Kenya Medics in conjunction with support from the International Organisations.

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