Every heart needs care! Our one stop Cardiac and Wellness Center is best suited to enable your heart care plan. Call us today to find out how you can be a part of this club. Call 0706 346 222|0312 531 400
Heavy traffic? Non-stop meetings? Not getting enough time to visit your doctor? Call us for a Tele or Video Consultation within the comfort of your home or office. Call 0706 346 222 for an appointment today!
COVID 19 Testing is now available at Nakasero Hospital. Below are the rates chargeable: Routine Test-Ugx.250,000 per sample Emergency test-Ugx.320,000 per sample Routine Test (sample collected at client’s premises)- Ugx. 300,000 per sample For more information call 0706 346 242 |0312 531 400
Early diagnosis of cancer saves lives by giving you more treatment options & a better chance of survival. Take advantage of this month’s special offer to get a free breast physical examination with us. Take a ride with @DivaTaxiUg1 and get checked. #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
A delay in vaccination is manageable though not desirable. It is important to administer deferred doses as soon as it is feasible. Missed vaccination puts the child at risk of contracting the disease the vaccine was meant to protect against. Don’t take the risk! Call our Vaccination Center for more information on our vaccination services….
To honor those suffering from #breastcancer & the survivors, we are conducting free clinical breast examination, on appointment, this October every Tuesday & Thursday 8am-midday. Call 0702 697 862 for booking. #breastcheque #beatcancer #testearly #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
Its Breast Cancer Awareness Month once again!. This time around we are partnering with @DivaTaxiUg1 the only cab service in Uganda operated by ONLY ladies. Take a ride with them and get yourself a #BreastCheque for an examination at Nakasero Hospital. #TestEarly #BeatCancer
Many new mothers worry about whether their babies are properly nourished. Breastfeeding comes with advantages ranging from superior nutrition, increase in resistance to infections and many more. If your baby refuses to breastfeed, this could be down to a number of factors. Our paediatricians will advise on how to overcome this. Call 0393 346 155
DID YOU KNOW: People with latent TB infection do not have symptoms, and they cannot spread TB bacteria to others. However, if latent TB bacteria become active in the body and multiply, the person will go from having latent TB infection to being sick with TB disease. For this reason, people with latent TB infection…
DID YOU KNOW: During a heart attack, cardiac catheterization can limit damage. If you’re having a heart attack, doctors can use a cardiac catheter to find and open up blockages that are causing the attack. The sooner a blockage is opened, the less the damage there may be to your heart muscle. For progress on…