Good Care Uganda Foundation to develop a UGX 1.8 Trillion health teaching campus and hospitals in Uganda.

The modern and we'll planned private health campus consisting of a flagship site located in Mbarara will consist of hospitals, teaching centre, administration offices, student housing, sports complex and field, modern services, medical helicopter pad, 3 regional hospitals among others.

Good Care Uganda Foundation to develop a UGX 1.8 Trillion health teaching campus and hospitals in Uganda.
Artistic impression of the health care facility to be in Mbarara, Uganda

In a bid to develop capacity to enable treatment of identified ailments locally and service a bigger population and minimize foreign exchange loss, Good Care Uganda Foundation has come up with a project to establish a state-of-art international in Mbarara, Uganda worth $500 Million (1,8 Trillion Shillings) through liasing with funding partners, stakeholders to provide funding for the infrastructure and staff needs.

According to the project documents accessed by this website, the teaching facility will be a highly environment friendly university with advanced technology treatment methods with services including highly care management of ailments including cancer, cardiac care, acute trauma, care technology, kidney diseases among others.

The hospital will also offer teaching capacities to promote collaboration between medical care, research and education.

“The project plan goal is for knowledge exchange, technology and innovation development, research and investment transfer to significantly contribute to a sustained and efficient value addition health care enterprise opportunity for new site operation in Uganda” it partly reads.

Recently Good Care Uganda Foundation introduces a new Cube Atomiser technology pictured above, designed to decontaminate workspaces, living spaces, medical facilities, hotel rooms, markets, shops, buses, cars among others

According to Executive Director, Lucky Guma Moses in a profile statement said that Good Care Uganda Foundation with funding partners are in final stages of establishing the international teaching hospital to offer teaching capabilities and much more sophiscated and a broader range of medical services to government officials, foreign expatriates, tourists and low income population.

The statement adds that the hospital will as well develop innovations in research and improve the quality and availability of health care in Uganda and Africa.

In a Global burden of disease study conducted in 2020, on the top 25 causes of loss of years lost in Uganda and variations from 1990 indicates that among the top diseases includes HIV/AIDS at 2733 thousands of years of life lost followed by Malaria at 2257, Lower respiratory infections, Meningitis, Tuberculosis respectively.

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