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  The team in NICU receiving pampers and thermometers for the little ones as part of the hospital’s CSR program. We are lessening the burden on the parents of these babies for a whole week. You don’t need to buy any pampers during this period and the thermometer is to help you keep track of…

Celebrating our loyal staff…….If you or your child has been immunised over the last 10 years, chances are that you have met Miriam. This time, she tells us about what motivates her. #Nakasero@10

Celebrating our loyal staff…..From inception, these staff have been part of the Nakasero Hospital story. Over the next few weeks, we shall be spotlighting the rest of the originals….hashtag#Nakasero@10

Tender opportunities available at Nakasero Hospital. Visit http://nakaserohospital.com/career/

We are offering internship opportunities in our Customer Care department under our Patient Guide Program. If you would like or know someone that would excel in a fast paced environment, providing assistance to our patients and thereby picking valuable experience, please reach our Human Resources Department TODAY at hr@nhl.co.ug.

Free Kidney Care Camp. Join us from 26th-28th June 2019 at the Nakasero Hospital Annex from free kidney care health education and testing. Its always better to know and act early!

Top Kidney Care tips!   -Make sure you know what your kidneys do for you. -Diabetes is the most common cause of kidney damage so look after your blood sugar if you have diabetes. -Look after your blood pressure (high blood pressure is a common cause of kidney damage) -Have a healthy non-smoking lifestyle (smoking…

As part of our social responsibility to our community, we embarked on providing support to the UPE schools within our community. The selected schools were Buganda Road PS, Nakasero PS, Kitante PS and Bat Valley PS. We agreed with the management of these schools to provide medicines and medical consumables that would be used to…

Did you know that the most common accidents in children under the age of 4 years are suffocation and drowning? With appropriate knowledge, there is a big chance that some of these lives can be saved. Join us next Friday for our monthly paediatric first aid training at the Annex.

What Do the Numbers Mean? Normal blood pressure readings will fall below 120/80. Higher results over time can indicate hypertension. The top number (systolic) shows the pressure when your heart beats. The lower number (diastolic) measures pressure at rest between heartbeats, when your heart refills with blood. Our Cardiac Diagnostic Center offers a full spectrum…

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