The idea of Kampala hospital was conceived in 1995 by a group of highly skilled medical doctors, other professionals and businessmen in Uganda. The hospital was opened in 2007. The intention was to bring non-existent services to the countries that were sought by many people who frequently moved abroad to seek quality medical care. Additionally, the initiators’ identified the need for diagnostic medical equipment in the country. They correspondingly wanted to close the gap of retaining medical personnel’s that opted to seek employment abroad by availing such equipment to match their skills and achieve the desired goal, of provision of medical care that rivalled at a global platform.