Kadic Hospital Bukoto is a 32-bed private hospital that serves low and middle-income patients in Kampala, Uganda. The hospital is staffed by 8 medical officers and over 45 on-call consultants of different specialties. It operates 24 hours a day on both an out-patient and in-patient basis and is complimented by the Kadic Clinic Nakulabye on an out-patient basis.
Kadic Hospital Bukoto currently has 4 general wards and 10 self-contained private rooms. It operates a fully fledged laboratory unit, an imaging center with a fully functional CT scanner, two state-of-the-art theaters, a urological center, dental/oral surgery unit, mothers home, fertility clinic, pediatric clinic, a pharmacy and other specialized units. It is currently expanding to accommodate a renal dialysis unit, an intensive care unit and two additional state-of-the-art theaters.
Kadic first established an in-house insurance program to help patients finance health care at a time when most had no external source of insurance. The hospital is now developing relationships with external health insurance companies to begin replacing the in-house membership model. Currently, schemes are offered for families, schools, and corporations, and about 6,000 members contribute 10 percent of hospital revenue through membership premiums.