Welcome to the CHURCH OF UGANDA Kisiizi Hospital web site
” Life in all its fullness” John 10:10
We are delighted to welcome Dr Bruce Twinamasiko, Consultant Physician, and Dr Henry Lukabwe, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, back to Kisiizi. They have spent the last three years in Mbarara training as specialists sponsored by Kisiizi and now will help strengthen our clinical services significantly.
The Kisiizi Hospital Community Health Insurance Scheme continues to grow.
Read an update article on the Scheme here:
See also the recently published paper with contributions from Moses Mugume and Alex Kakama:
THE DIAMOND JUBILEE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF KISIIZI HOSPITAL WAS HELD ON 6TH – 8TH APRIL 2018 WITH THE ARCHBISHOP OF UGANDA & MRS. DOREEN SHARP AS GUESTS OF HONOUR…. Click to see photos from all three days >>> KISIIZI DIAMOND JUBILEE HIGHLIGHTS
Click on the link for the March Update Newsletter which includes summary statistics from 2017…. Kisiizi Updates March 2018 FINAL
Mr Alex Kakama, HR Co-ordinator; Dr Francis Banya, Deputy Medical Superintendent; Mr Moses Mugume, Senior Hospital Administrator; Sr Kate Rwomushana, Principal Nursing Officer and Dr Akasiima Mucunguzi, District Health Officer
Mothers cooking behind Children’s Ward… Kisiizi serves a rural resource-poor community
We were delighted to meet up with old girls and boys from our Kisiizi Hospital Primary School at the Reunion in December 2017.
They enjoyed catching up with each other and staff and had helped tHe School with a new road sign and by decorating a nursery class room.
It was good to see how our ex-pupils had moved on in life and were now sharing something to support the current school. The classroom photos shows Headmaster Spencer Tweteise in the centre.
Uganda UK Health Alliance – the second webinar organised by UUKHA featured healthcare improvements at Kisiizi… click on the link below to watch the presentation on YouTube… UUKHA Webinar August 31st 2017
CLICK HERE TO SEE OTHER PUBLICATIONS ABOUT KISIIZI
Visit our new website www.kisiizifalls.com for full information about all the different activities now available and links to publications about Kisiizi Falls.
All the proceeds go to the Good Samaritan Fund of Kisiizi Hospital to help care for the poorest members of our community. The fund also subsidises all mental health care and insulin. Kisiizi Waterfall and Bird-life
KISIIZI MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Read the handout describing the background to Jamie’s Fund and the story of the Ahumuza Centre
A huge thank you to all who give towards the work of Kisiizi Hospital in various ways (see Supporting Kisiizi tab on this website)
The impact of Brexit etc. has affected the exchange rate of sterling to the Uganda shilling with the effect of reducing the amount of Uganda shillings we receive when funds are transferred from UK as the accompanying graph shows. At the same time inflation is significant and Management are under pressure to raise salaries to avoid losing key staff. So please pray with us and do all you can to help mobilise support. In Kisiizi we have harvested trees, we generate hydro-electricity and we are running the tourism project all of which help generate some local income but the external support remains vital and we greatly appreciate all who contribute.
PHOTO BOOK ABOUT KISIIZI
A beautiful book about Kisiizi has been produced by Travel Photographer Cecilla Guridi from Chile who spent two months in Kisiizi in 2015 and has captured a range of lovely portraits. Click on the link below for details and to see an on-line demonstration of the book:
Kisiizi featured in the World Health Organization website “stories from countries” following involvement as one of only 5 hospitals in Africa in the Surgical Unit-based safety programme.
Click on the link below to open the article:
Kisiizi Hospital is one of only five worldwide institutions invited to participate in the WHO Learning Laboratory that led to this report.
STRATEGIC PLAN 2015-2019 APPROVED – click on this link to see the Kisiizi Hospital 5 year Strategic Plan
One of the themes of Kisiizi is Care for the Vulnerable… this little girl came to Kisiizi with severe malnutrition causing swelling of her body as seen in the two photos on the left. After a couple of weeks she was transformed…
We have many departments and do a lot of surgical procedures for which patients will travel long distances. The service is 24 hours and the photo shows a team helping a young child who has inhaled a seed or bean and has severe respiratory distress:
- Kisiizi Hospital School of Nursing – with around 250 trainee nurses and midwives
- Kisiizi Hospital Primary School – with around 350 pupils including boarders
- Kisiizi Hospital Community Health Insurance Scheme – with 41,900 registered in 211 community groups in an area stretching up to 60 kilometers from the hospital
- Kisiizi Hospital Power Limited – generating hydro-electricity for the hospital and the local community
- Kisiizi Hospital Child Sponsorship Programme – with 350 orphans receiving educational and health support