List of hospitals in Uganda

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The largest state-owned hospital in Uganda is Mulago Hospital in Kampala with around 1,500 beds. It was built in 1962.[1]

Ian Clarke, a physician and missionary from Northern Ireland,[2] built the 200-bed International Hospital Kampala,[3] which was the first International Organization for Standardization-certified hospital in the country.[4]

According to a published report in 2009, the distribution of healthcare facilities and funding heavily favored urban centers, with 70 percent of physicians and 40 percent of nurses and midwives based in urban areas, where they served only 12 percent of Uganda's population.[5]

National referral hospitals[edit]

Regional referral hospitals[edit]

District hospitals[edit]

Other government hospitals[edit]

Non-government non-profit hospitals[edit]

Private for-profit hospitals[edit]

Specialized government hospitals[edit]

Security forces hospitals[edit]

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