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About Us

Mission Statement:
To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing quality care through ensuring that each patient receives compassionate individualized attention through integrated clinical practice, technology and evidence based medicine.  
Vision Statements:
To be the healthcare provider of choice for patients and their families – exceeding our patients’ expectations for comfort and convenience.
Our Values:
Service: Because of our passion, we treat patients as individuals and honor their humanity and diversity
Dignity: We recognize that every life is a gift from God and we therefore value each individual 
Quality: We maintain the highest standards by continually measuring and improving our outcomes.
Integrity: We adhere to high moral principles and professional standards by a commitment to honesty, confidentiality, trust, respect and transparency.
Compassion: We demonstrate our commitment to world-class care by providing a caring and supportive environment for our patients and patients’ families.
Innovation: We welcome change, encourage innovation and continually seek better and more efficient ways to achieve our goals.
Teamwork: We collaborate and share knowledge to benefit patients for the advancement of our mission.

Dr. Kaitesi Batamuliza Mukara

Kaitesi, the founder of Humanhood Clinics is a senior ENT Surgeon and an honorary senior Lecturer at the University of Rwanda where she served as the academic and clinical Head of ENT department. Before founding Humanhood clinics, Kaitesi served as the International development Director for Africa for Starkey Hearing Foundation. 

Kaitesi holds an MSc in Audiology from the University of Southampton, UK, a Masters of Medicine degree in ENT from University of Nairobi, Kenya and a degree in Human Medicine from the University of Rwanda. Her research interest is preventive and curative audio-otology, looking into prevention of hearing loss, early identification, treatment and rehabilitation, with a bias in children. Kaitesi is also interested in medical education, medical ethics and mentorship. She has authored over 18 publications in audio-otology.