Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga, popularly known as Lubaga Hospital, is a 275 bed, private-not-for-profit hospital of the Archdiocese of Kampala. It provides medical services in paediatrics, maternity/gynaecology, internal medicine, surgery, Public Health, and HIV Care and Treatment. The hospital serves a low-income community of an official catchment area of 130,000 people in urban Kampala –Lubaga Division (KCCA data).
In October 2012 the Board decided that the name of the hospital should be changed: from previously Rubaga Hospital to Lubaga Hospital. The Board also clarified that the full name of the hospital is now: Uganda Martyrs Hospital Lubaga.
Lubaga hospital is one of the oldest hospitals in Uganda having existed for over 100 years, being founded in 1899. It is the second oldest hospital in the country and has offered health care to millions of people during its long history of existence.
Over the years the hospital has built a reputation as a provider of affordable health care services and therefore has continued to attract and treat people of mainly midlevel and low level status.