Kiruddu National Referral Hospital is a public tertiary hospital located in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. The hospital is directly managed by the Ministry of Health. Patients from all over the country are referred to Kiruddu for care. Kiruddu also serves as a teaching hospital for medical students of the College of Health Sciences of Makerere University. The hospital has a capacity of 200 beds for inpatient treatment and 14 outpatient clinics, which serve approximately 300-500 patients daily. Among other facilities, the hospital has the largest infectious disease ward in the country, as well as the only ward specialising in the treatment of patients with burns.
Our Values are summarized by an acronym "SERVE" Service - We provide every patient and his or her loved ones with unparalleled service in an environment that is both responsive and healing. The Management, Medical Staff and Board members of Kiruddu Hospital will directly meet each customer's needs or strive to find someone who can. We believe that the customers come first. Enthusiasm - We remember that the true meaning of this value is "to be inspired" and we do our jobs with the same spirit and commitment that first inspired us to work in health care. Respect -We promise to honor the dignity, individuality and rights of everyone, and to pay particular attention to patients' rights to privacy, confidentiality and information. We will include concerned loved ones in our circle of care. Value - We offer care, services and technology of the highest quality at the lowest possible cost. We are responsible to the community for the appropriate use of its gifts, resources and support. Excellence - We want our customers' experience to be different because it is BEST. We ask for our patients' opinions and act on customers' suggestions, in order to exceed the stakeholders‘ expectations of excellence.