List of hospitals in Uganda

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

Many non-governmental organizations operate charitable hospitals around the country, especially in rural areas where the national health budget is low.

Dr. Ian Clarke, a missionary from Northern Ireland, came to Uganda n 1986 and built Kiwoko Hospital in Luweero. It is a 200 bed charitable hospital. He has become a resident of Uganda and has opened a 200-bed private hospital, International Hospital Kampala, which is the first International Organization for Standardization-certified hospital in the country.

Health provision in Uganda is shared between government-funded facilities (typically large hospitals), private not-for-profit facilities (including church-supported hospitals), medium-sized clinics, private for-profit or commercial health units, and self-employed physicians. The share is 30 percent government (Ministry of Health), 45 percent not-for-profit, and 25 percent for-profit. The distribution of services tends to mean rural areas and lower-income households in urban areas are underserved.

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]

Military hospitals[edit]

Prison hospitals[edit]

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