As is customary, especially in Kenya, the degree of schooling and work experience a doctor has will unquestionably affect their overall pay as a physician.
A doctor’s compensation will rise as their experience grows; nevertheless, a doctor’s education also plays a significant role in determining their monthly pay.
Here is the compensation for Kenyan doctors as of this year;
this is what you can expect to earn in Kenya as a physician.
Here is a list of doctors’ jobs (specialists), along with a breakdown of their monthly salaries.
1. Medical officer
Kenyan medical officers are required to be licensed and to have completed their education at accredited Kenyan institutions.
In Kenya, a medical officer must hold an MBChB degree, which stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
In Kenya, a medical officer makes between Ksh. 120,000 and Ksh. 300,000 per month on average.
The Kenya Medical and Poisons Board’s qualifications and licensing are additional requirements for a pharmacist in Kenya.
In Kenya, pharmacists typically earn between Ksh. 40,000 and Ksh. 75,000 per month.
A nurse in Kenya must have a nursing license and be a graduate student at a Kenyan nursing college.
In Kenya, nurses make an average monthly salary between Ksh. 40,000 and Ksh. 60,000.
4.Scientist in a medical laboratory
A Medical Laboratory Scientist, sometimes referred to as a Medical Laboratorian, must be certified and possess the required Kenyan certification.
Medical laboratory scientists in Kenya make an average monthly salary of Ksh. 30,000 to 50,000.
A good hospital is where an intern doctor should work in order to advance their knowledge, experience, and professional abilities.
In Kenya, the cost of an internship doctor ranges from Ksh. 15,000 to 30,000 depending on the hospital and other elements.
To be designated an attending physician in Kenya, one must be qualified.
In Kenya, the average monthly wage ranges from Ksh. 90,000 to 150,000.
Pediatricians typically earn between Ksh. 250,000 and Ksh. 320,000 per month.