Hospital Admission

Admission will result from recommendation by the doctor. We want your stay at Kampala Hospital to be as comfortable as possible. The central admitting area is Block B and C. You or the person accompanying you will complete the registration forms and receive important information on your procedure and stay.

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Our Policy

All information obtained during your hospitalization will be held in strict confidence. For added personal comfort, you will also bring your own pajamas or nightgown, bathrobe, slippers, toothbrush, non-electrical shaving equipment and other personal effects you use every day. We request that you leave your valuables at home.

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What to bring with you

Here is a list of items you will need at registration:

  • All active insurance cards, if you are insured
  • Picture ID
  • Any paperwork given to you by your physician
  • Advance Directives, if applicable
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Out & In-Patients

In-patients

Our accommodation is as follow;

  • Private rooms
  • Executive rooms
  • Semi private room
  • 4 bedded ward
  • General ward

Out-Patient

We have a large out-patient complex for out-patients. It is open fulltime, and our team of specialists and experts are at your service for consultation any hour of the day. We have a pharmacy, laboratory, and an ophthalmology facility to attend to your every healthcare need. Other amenities include;

  • 10 consultation rooms (1 for the ophthalmologist)
  • Observation room
  • Physiotherapy unit
  • 70+ affiliated specialists

In case the doctors find that you’ll require extra care, you’ll be advised about available options including day-care and other admission options

Infection Control

As our commitment to maintaining high standards of infection prevention and control, we have various policies and guidelines for both caregivers and visitors (patients). We ensure minimal or no cross infection; majorly through proper hand washing with strong sanitizers However, in case of invasive emergencies, we push for absolute contact isolation, droplet isolation, reverse barrier nursing, waste segregation and management, use of protective gear, on-premise campaigns and precautious housekeeping. At all times, we observe sterilization. We also ensures staff, specialists and other caregivers are routinely protected by providing vaccines such as Hepatitis B.

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