Welcome to Mulago Hospital

Mulago National Referral hospital was founded in 1913 and in 1962 it was expanded by constructing lower Mulago to offer better services and facilities to patients.

It serves as a National Referral for the entire country and a general hospital as well as Health Center IV, III for the Kampala metropolitan. Official bed capacity is 1790.

Our Vision

To be the leading centre of healthcare delivery in Africa

Latest News

    • 25 SEP 15
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    MESSAGE FROM PATIENTS’ AFFAIRS DESK

    MESSAGE FROM PATIENTS’ AFFAIRS DESK

    Welcome to Mulago National Referral Hospital Patient Affairs Desk. We are pleased to continue serving you as our clients and also delighted for the confidence and support you have always accorded us. “Our priority is the patient’s health and safety” To further improve our services offered to you, we are in the process of developing

    • 03 AUG 15
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    Maternal and neonatal hospital construction at Mulago Hospital underway

    A state-of-the-art maternal and neonatal facility is under construction at Mulago National Referral Hospital.  It will be a 320 bed capacity facility. This project is being done with a loan  of $ 33 milllion secured by Government of Uganda from Islamic Development Bank.  The contractor is Arab contractors and the period is two years. Work

    • 20 APR 15
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    Executive Director’s Message

    I welcome you all to Mulago Hospital website, the voice of our National Referral Hospital. From the 1960s, Mulago Hospital has been the centre of excellence for patient care, training of doctors and research. As the country went through the turbulent years in the 1970s and 1980s, infrastructure broke down and as such, many experts

    • 19 OCT 14
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    President Museveni Launches Mulago Hospital Renovation

    President Museveni Launches Mulago Hospital Renovation

    President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni yesterday broke the ground for the grand renovation and rehabilitation of Mulago National Referral Hospital, a project that will cost about $40m. The project contracted to ROKO Construction will be done in phases and take up to 24 months. The project will entail re-modelling,  restructuring and re-equipping the hospital. The president