Lubaga hospital was pleased to host the WHO delegation led by Professor Didier Pittet. He is the lead adviser of WHO clean care is safe care and African partnerships for patient safety programs, with him was Saraya Uganda team to witness the five moments of hand hygiene implementation at Lubaga Hospital.
The Lubaga hospital staff recently attended their annual fire equipment safety training. This is part of the hospital’s commitment to ensuring safety of staff, patients and stakeholder’s lives and property.
We are excited to announce that our specialist clinics are now open to the public up to 10pm. This is inline with our pledge to bring convenient services to our customers.
It was 21st February 2019 when Lubaga Hospital came into the second partnership with Makerere University School of Public Health. The first partnership was done in April 2012 and the project ran for five years till March 2017. Appreciation goes to the University of Georgia in the U.S.A. that funded project 1 and now funding TB project 2, the staff of MUSPH and staff of Lubaga Hospital for the cooperation. At the end of the launch, the Memorandum of Understanding was signed by the Executive Director of Lubaga Hospital and the Head of the COHSONET Project, Dr. Noah Kiwanuka.
The project allows patients to get free medical check-up and treatment of Tuberculosis in Lubaga hospital
On 23rd September 2018, Lubaga Hospital hosted Delegates from Malteser International and Ministry of Health. they first attended the early Mass in Lubaga Cathedral at 8AM then later converged in the hospital Boardroom for brief presentations from the Hospital Executive Director, MoH representative and MI representative.
The aim of the visit was to tour around the hospital for the developments by MI funding and as well mobilize for more funds if they is need