Neurology​

Our section of neurology prides in offering the following sevices;

  • A multi-disciplinary team that provides comprehensive holistic care to our patients.
  • A robust inpatient consult service.
  • A daily outpatient clinic including a Saturday clinic to accommodate our working patients.
  • We accept referrals from all over the country and from neighboring countries.
  • A patient support group to help our patient manage their disease process and provide an outlet for therapeutic discussions. 
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​Telephone contact: +254 (0) 20 366 ​2029​

Meet our neurology specialists​​

Sylvia Mbugua, MBChB, MMed
Senior Instructor​

Dr Sylvia Mbugua, a consultant neurologist served as the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director from 2012 to 2013.​​

Her research interests focus on epilepsy in Kenyans and stroke outcomes with a special emphasis on door-to-needle and door-to-CT scan care in Kenya. Dr Mbugua has been a member on several committees including Code Blue, Disaster Preparedness, Departmental Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, and Departmental Board of Examiners Committee, which she chaired. Dr Mbugua has been the recipient of many awards including Medical Officer of the Year. She is an active member of the Kenya Association of Physicians and Kenya Medical Association. ​
Dilraj Singh Sokhi, BMedSci, MBChB, MRCP
Assistant Professor

Dr Sokhi is the Section Head of Neurology at Aga Khan University Hospital.​

During his clinical neurology training he developed interests in epilepsy, infections of the nervous system, and adult neurology training. Dr Sokhi has been working with the neurosurgery services on developing hyperacute stroke initiatives as well as developing a stroke pathway at the hospital.

Dr Sokhi has been involved in various research initiative both locally and internationally and is an active member of the Pan-African Association of Neurosciences (PAANS), International League against Epilepsy (ILAE), National Epilepsy Co-ordination Committee of Kenya (NECC) and British Association of Stroke Physicians (BASP). Dr Sokhi is also a member of the Royal College of Physicians of London (MRCP).