The International Hospital Kampala recently enjoyed an open day to celebrate its successful move to a new location in Kisugu. The new location in Kisugu will provide a purpose built 200-bed hospital with room for expansion on its four and a half acre site.
Since 2000, International Hospital has been the market leader in the private healthcare sector in Uganda. IHK boasts highly trained staff, state-of-the-art equipment and the highest level of specialist services at affordable prices.
Healthcare that meets international standards
We are committed to improving standards of health care in Uganda through innovation, applied research, education and community-based services.
P.O.Box 8177 Ka
Iganga hospital is located in eastern Uganda along Kampala – Tororo highway. It is a level V referral facility for the district.
To provide high quality intergrated health services to the local populace and surrounding areas.
Improved health and reduced disease burden by at least 85 – 90% in in Iganga district and surrounding areas.
In the health care”
Ntinda Hospital is a new state of the art facility located in Nothern Kampala. We offer a wide range of services all located on site.
Trauma We are equiped to handle many different types of trauma including those requiring surgery.
Our surgical theater is fully
stocked with new top of the line
equipment to handle any case.
St. Francis Hospital Nsambya, commonly known as Nsambya Hospital, is a hospital in Kampala, the capital of Uganda and the largest city in that country.
Nsambya Hospital is owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kampala. It is accredited by the Uganda Catholic Medical Bureau and is operated by the Little Sisters of St. Francis. It is a tertiary referral hospital with a capacity of 361 beds. It is involved in patient care, research and teaching. It offers specialist services in surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics and obstetrics and gynecology. It serves as an “Internship Hospital” for graduates of any of Uganda’s four medical schools, where fresh medical graduates spend a year of internship, 3 months in each of the four specialties mentioned above under the supervision of specialists and consultants in those disciplines.
In April 2010, Uganda Martyrs University (UMU), signed an agreement with Nsambya Hospital to establish a postgraduate medical school, based at the hospital. The school, Uganda Martyrs University School of Medicine (UMUSM), offers the postgraduate degree of Master of Medicine (MMed) in the disciples of General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. The first intake of students enrolled in the fall of 2010. Professor Paul D’Arbela, was appointed to serve as Professor of Medicine & Interim Dean of the Uganda Martyrs University Post Graduate Medical Education Programme. The hospital has a Quiet Garden, affiliated to The Quiet Garden Trust, used as a place of stillness, contemplation and prayer by doctors, nurses and patients.
Box 7146, Kampa
Mbarara Hospital is a public hospital, founded by the Uganda Ministry of Health, and general care in the hospital is free. It is affiliated with the medical school of Mbarara University of Science and Technology, one of the four medical schools in Uganda. The hospital is staffed by medical students and residents. The medical students are good, and the residents are really excellent. The hospital also acts as a teaching hospital for Nursing students from Bishop Stuart university.
The hospital is one of 3 National Referral Hospitals in Uganda, the others being Mulago National Referral Hospital and Butabika National Referral Hospital. Mbarara Hospital is designated as one of 15 Internship Hospitals in Uganda where graduates of Ugandan medical schools can serve one year of internship under the supervision of qualified specialists and consultants. Its bed capacity is 600, although, as is the case with many Ugandan public hospitals, many more patients are admitted, with the excess sleeping on the floors.
P.O Box 867
Lacor Hospital is a private, non-profit Ugandan hospital, whose mission is to guarantee affordable medical services in particular to the most needy.
In the forefront of health training in Uganda – 350 resident students attend the hospital’s schools for nursing, laboratory & anaesthesia assistants and for the training of Health Educators and AIDS counsellors. The hospital is also a university teaching site for the Government University of Gulu Faculty of Medicine, which was inaugurated in 2003/2004. The hospital also trains “on the job” masons, carpenters, electricians.
More than “just” a hospital
According to a 2003 analysis**, most of the Hospital’s revenues are retained locally in the form of employee wages and purchases. Up to 60% of wages and 90% of funds lent to the staff by the Hospital’s interest-free loan cooperative are used to pay for the education of their dependent children. The study analysed more than 180 small businesses around the hospital and discovered that their survival mostly depends on the Hospital, through purchases made by staff, patient’s family and visitors. According to this study, each dollar “invested” in Lacor Hospital as donated funds yields at least twice this amount in direct and indirect revenues in the local economic context.
Another recent study by Fondazione Lang Italia has measured the Sroi (Social Return on Investment) of donations to the hospital. The study has shown that each euro donated generates 2.74 euro in the local environment.
Promoting work ethics based on transparency, responsibility and refusal of corruption – With more than 70% of the budget being covered through external support, the hospital depends on the donors’ trust. Management and staff do their best to deserve that trust through careful accounting of annual activities and implementation of audits by international accounting and clinical experts.
P.O Box 180
Lira Regional Referral Hospital, commonly known as Lira Hospital is a hospital in Lira, Northern Uganda. It is the referral hospital for the districts of Amolatar, Apac, Dokolo, Lira Kole and Oyam.
Lira Hospital is one of the 13 public regional referral hospitals (RRHs) in the country and is located 340 kilometers north of Kampala. It serves the Lango sub-region comprised of the districts of Lira, Oyam, Amolatar, Otuke, Kole, Alebtong, Dokolo and Apac. The hospital has a capacity of 400 beds, an annual inpatient admission of 18,000, and an annual outpatient department attendance of 200,000 patients.
Lira RRH, with the support of SUSTAIN, is also utilizing the science of quality improvement to enhance the quality of HIV/AIDS care and treatment services (reports from specific experiences, ideas, and lessons learned can be found here).
We are a MOH licenced Pharmaceutical wholesaler and supply pharmaceuticals and medicals from Turkey for over 40 years. Please do not hesitate to contact us for your requirements. Our well experienced regional manager will help you to solve your problems