The department of general surgery at Jumuia hospital Kaimosi offers a wide range of surgical procedure that is performed on a routine basis by best surgeons in Kenya. The surgeons at Jumuia hospital are highly experienced and skilled to perform surgeries such as colon and rectal surgery, endocrine, bariatric, cholecystectomy liver and pancreas surgery with ease. The patients are investigated; diagnosed and further appropriate treatment is planned as per their requirement. The general surgery department has a clean and sterilized operating area with the latest world-class equipment and our surgeons work to deliver quality care to our patients with minimal or fewer errors


In this procedure, the gallbladder stones are removed by minimally invasive techniques. The gallbladder is an organ that resembles a pear fruit and its vital function is to release the bile juice which helps in the digestive process. Removal of gall bladder happens due to the presence of gallstones. The gallstones obstruct the flow of bile juice and hence cause swelling, vomiting, abdominal pain and sometimes fever. In laparoscopic cholecystectomy, the surgeon makes only four small incisions in the abdomen wherein the patient has less pain and can go home on the same day


The appendix is a long tube-like structure that is attached to the colon and when it gets infected, surgery is performed to remove it as it is a vestigial organ. This is a common and simple procedure and most of the people in their lifetime gets it removed at some point in time. In the laparoscopic method, the surgeon makes only three small incisions to perform the surgery. The patient can return home on the same day. The merit of having a laparoscopic method is that the patient will have less pain and they can regain their normal day to day activities very early


Generally, surgery on the colon and rectum requires a big incision on the abdomen and pelvic areas and hence the recovery is prolonged. But, now it can be done through minimally invasive techniques in which three to five small incisions are made and the surgery is completed within a short span of time and at the same time recovery is also faster. Conditions such as diverticulitis, infected appendix, rectal polyps, tumours, constipation that is not cured by medications, prolapsed of the rectum; inflammatory bowel disease and displacement of the intestines which leads to obstruction are treated by minimally invasive methods. The merits of choosing the laparoscopic method are shorter stay in the hospital, less pain and quicker return to normal activities and diet, and also enhanced cosmetic healing.