University Teaching Hospital
|University Teaching Hospital|
|Location||near Great East Road, Lusaka, Zambia|
|Hospital type||Teaching & Referral|
The University Teaching Hospital, formerly called Lusaka Hospital, is a hospital in Lusaka, Zambia. It is the largest hospital in Zambia, with 1,655 beds. It is a teaching hospital and, as such, is used to train local medical students and nurses. The hospital was founded in 1934 at Livingstone to accommodate large number of referred cases but was later moved to the capital due to the need of larger hospital. UTH offers both inpatient and outpatient care and is a center for specialist referrals from across the country.
Notable physicians and faculty
- Christine Kaseba, surgeon specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, former First Lady of Zambia (2011–2014)
- John S. Kachimba, a medical superintendent and consultant urologist who is the editor-in-chief of the Medical journal of Zambia. 
- University Teaching Hospital ZambianDoctors.com
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- Smith, D. Chinese hospital heals sore spot in Zambia. the Guardian (2017). at <https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2013/apr/29/china-aid-build-hospital-zambia>
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