Clinical Teaching Spaces
Clinical Teaching Spaces
Mulago National Specialised Hospital
Mulago National Specialised Hospital was founded in 1913 by Albert Ruskin Cook and later in 1962, the hospital was further extended with the construction of Lower Mulago commonly known as New Mulago. Mulago Hospital operates a bed capacity of 1,500. Since the 1960s, Mulago Hospital has been the center of excellence for patient care, training doctors, and research.
Makerere University Hospital
Makerere University Health Services (MakHS) refers to services offered by Makerere University Hospital, the Dental School, and Satellite clinics at Kabanyolo and Jinja campuses. Makerere University Hospital has been in existence since 1978 and has served not only as a center for providing healthcare services but also as a center for training, and research.
Kawempe National Referral Hospital
Kawempe General Hospital, also known as Kawempe Specialised National Referral Hospital, is a hospital in Uganda. It is an urban, specialised hospital built between 2014 and 2016.
Kiruddu National Referral Hospital
Kiruddu National Referral Hospital is a public tertiary hospital located in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. The hospital is directly managed by the Ministry of Health. Patients from all over the country are referred to Kiruddu for care. Furthermore, Kiruddu serves as a teaching hospital for medical students of the College of Health Sciences of Makerere University. The hospital has a capacity of 200 beds for inpatient treatment and 14 outpatient clinics, which serve approximately 300-500 patients daily. Among other facilities, the hospital has the largest infectious disease ward in the country, as well as the only ward specialising in the treatment of patients with burns.
Butabika National Referral Mental Hospital
Butabika Hospital was established in 1955, and currently is the only National Referral Mental Health Institution in the Country. The hospital provides general and specialized mental health treatment for mental health patients and is a teaching hospital for a broad range of mental health specialists, from nursing to Post – Graduate students. Butabika Hospital also provides primary health care services to the people from the surrounding area as well as supports other hospitals within the referral system, while also providing technical advice to Health Service Commission and to policy-making bodies. Finally, Butabika Hospital is an important platform for research into mental health trends in Uganda, and approaches to tackling the problem.
Mulago Specialised Women and Neonatal Hospital
Mulago Specialised Women and Neonatal Hospital consists of prenatal clinics, delivery wards, surgical theaters, recovery rooms, and postnatal wards. The hospital caters to obstetric and gynecologic patients. It has an oncology wing reserved for patients with gynecologic cancers, including ovarian cancer, fallopian tube cancer, uterine cancer, endometrial cancer, cervical cancer, vaginal cancer, and vulvar malignancies.
Uganda Heart Institute
UHI provides preventive, promotive, and clinical cardiovascular services.
UHI demonstrates respect for patients, their families and careers, as well as others in all areas of our work, and responds with humanity and kindness to each person’s pain, distress, anxiety, or need.
Uganda Cancer Institute
The initiation and development of the Lymphoma Treatment Centre (LTC) was a result of the corporation Makerere University Medical School, currently the College of Health Sciences, Ministry of Health and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in the USA. The idea started in 1965 during a meeting held in Kampala regarding the treatment of Burkitt's lymphoma.