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

    • 03 SEP 14
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    Successful surgery done on multi-limb baby at Mulago Hospital

    Successful surgery done on multi-limb baby at Mulago Hospital

    When Paul Mukisa was born three months ago, his parents Margaret Awino and Boniface Okongo were in shock as their child was born with four legs and four arms. They sought help from Bugiri Hospital and were immediately referred to Mulago National Referral Hospital as there was no capacity at the Bugiri hospital to help

    • 20 JUN 14
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    Mulago Hospital to purchase new equipment

    Mulago Hospital to purchase new equipment

    Recently, Mulago National Referral Hospital signed a memorandum of understanding with Yashoda Hospitals in its process to start Kidney Transplant as part of their effort to be the leading center for healthcare in Africa. To that effect, the hospital is going to purchase high-tech equipment used for specialized and complex surgeries to be carried out

    • 19 JUN 14
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    UNBS calibrates Mulago Hospital equipment

    UNBS calibrates Mulago Hospital equipment

    On May 20th 1875, the meter convention which advocates for adherence to International System of Units (S.I Units) was signed. Since then, May 20 each year is World Metrology Day. Uganda uses International Units and Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) laboratory is the custodian of National Measurement Standards. As such UNBS partnered with Mulago

    • 12 JUN 14
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    Mulago Hospital to start Kidney transplant

    Mulago Hospital to start Kidney transplant

    In their effort to be the leading center of healthcare delivery in Africa, Mulago Hospital has taken significant strides in improving renal services. The hospitals has put up a renal unit and increased dialysis machines from two to twenty-two. The renal unit now offers thirty sessions per day thereby reducing  waiting hours for patients. Currently