Our Comprehensive Cancer Care Centre is fully equipped with the latest state of the art equipment for cancer diagnosis and treatment. Cancer is the 3rd leading cause of death in Kenya and second among non-communicable diseases accounting for 7% of the overall mortality rate.

The oncology unit was established in the year 2015 as a linkage of palliative care clinic (P.C.C).

PCC (palliative care clinic) was established the year 2011.


Initially screening was being done at family planning department until 2019 when the 1st Lady of Meru County, Her Excellency Priscilla Murungi established and commissioned empower clinic to offer free screening services for breast. Cervical and prostate cancer which is supporting many clients to detect cancer in early stages.


The treatment unit for chemotherapy and cervical cancer management began in 2017 with a handful patients. The early stages for cervical cancer treatment is done with leap and colposcopy machines.

Currently the unit has enrolled 1791 patients with integrated palliative care, oncology chemo dilution and administration. An average of 400 patients are reviewed every month for oncology and palliative care. 120 patients receive chemotherapy every month.

The clinic runs throughout the week and two days per chemotherapy.

The Oncology/palliative department is envisioned to be a Centre of excellence in cancer, management, research, development and telemedicine.