Legacy Clinics scoops this years BID International Quality Summit Convention held in New York, where professionals and business leaders from around the world gather to recognise the quality in the business and success in health sector globally.
The Chairman of Legacy Clinics, Jean Malic Kalima receives the International Quality Award in the gold category. He stresses that Legacy has made huge strides this year as a leader not only within its sector but also in Rwanda; the award came as an ideal way to celebrate this past years success while looking forward to putting quality first in the year to come.
Legacy Clinics kicked off its operations in 2016 with the vision of leaving a legacy of commercially viable institution that makes a significant contribution to the Rwandan health sector for today and generations to come as well as to be the benchmark for service, quality, accuracy and ambiance in all chosen fields of operations.
Kalima noted that Legacy Clinics has more than twenty specialists from Rwanda and overseas with different specialties in cardiology, neurology, urology, gynecology, pediatrics, chiropractic, physiotherapy.
Legacy Clinics is planning to be a health service hub, by the end of 2018 it will expand its medical services in the next phase to provide highly specialised diagnosis and treatment rarely found in Rwanda as well as in the region which will reduce referrals to overseas, said Chairman of Legacy Clinics. He added that this will reduce a great number of Rwandans as well as people from the region who fly to look for advanced health services abroad namely in India.
Legacy Clinics has three main departments; Legacy Clinics: a facility with equipment used in treatment with doctors, Legacy Diagnostics with a laboratory equipped with diagnosis modern machines and radiography, and Legacy Dental which focuses on dental services on the high standard.