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AMEK Members Registration.


  1. Download AMEK Member Registration Form  from website
  2. Fill the Form.
  3. Walk to the nearest Public hospital and look for a AMEK registered Biomedical Engineer for recommendations (item 12 on the form).
  4. Attach certified Highest Medical Engineering certificate, Copy of ID and Two coloured passports for ordinary.
  5. For Corporate attach your registration certificate, Permit certificate and Company profile.
  6. 6) Send the Form to
  7. Pay Ksh. 600 for certificate processing- This is paid once during registration.
  8. If you are a public servant download and fill monthly deduction form from website, authorize deductions of Kshs. 500 per month and submit the form to your HR department for implementation (CHECK OFF SYSTEM).
  9. Those not on CHECK OFF to pay an annual subscription fee of Kshs, 6,000.00 to AMEK at the start of every year.
  10. For Corporate membership, Pay annual Subscription fee of Kshs. 10,000.00 at once to AMEK at the start of every year.
  11. All Monies should be sent POSTAL / MONEY ORDER or BANKERS CHEQUE payable to (AMEK) or deposit at THE ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL ENGINEERING OF KENYA. Standard Chartered Bank, Harambee Avenue (NAIROBI) or any other branch countrywide A/C No. 01520-793867-00 or Pay bill 823910, use your ID No. as your Account. Forward all your messages to 020 7867375.
  12. Alternatively you can pay using AMEK PAYBILL: 823910:  ACCOUNT: USE YOUR IDENTIFICATION CARD NUMBER (ID.No).
  13. Your Membership Certificate should be collected by the applicant in our offices only.
  14. Our Offices are located at Afya House Annex Building within the Medical Engineering Technologies Unit (METU) formerly Medical Engineering services Division (MESD).


Address: P.O. Box 49511 – 00100

Nairobi, Kenya. Tel. 020 7867375

About AMEK.

AMEK is a professional Association registered under CAP 108 of the laws of Kenya section 10 of the Societies Rule vide registration number 18803 of the 9th July 1998.