Komok says the facility associates with Watoto Child Ministries and provides free medical services to Watoto children below 18 years.
Case Medical Group has an 80-bed modern hospital located in central Kampala. It was established in 1995 by Dr A. K. Sebbaale, as a small clinic on Bombo Road, but has since grown to become a quality one-stop medical facility providing first-class healthcare facilities with dedicated staff. Recently, recently, it received the Visionaries Award for Best Hospital of the Year.
Sebbaale says the facility offers a full range of general and specialised medical services. It boasts modern operating theatres, intensive care units, dialysis units and a children’s ward. It also has diagnostic X-ray, ultrasound, laboratories, immunisation and HIV management services, physiotherapy, ambulance services and a dedicated labour suite with antenatal and postnatal care.
The facility is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Dan Bernie Komok, the client relations and hospitality manager of the health facility, says their staff observe medical and ethical code of conduct while carrying out their duties. “Such behaviour has a far-reaching impact informing our general, excellent service. The pillars of our success are; providing a single-stop service Centre healthcare excellence,” he says. “We provide a holistic quality health service in a competent and friendly responsive environment to ensure we meet our clients’ expectations,” he adds.
Komok says Case Hospital believes that its important to give back to your clients and gesture which is usually termed as corporate social responsibility. Here is how it does it;
Watoto Child Ministries
Komok says the facility associates with Watoto Child Ministries and provides free medical services to Watoto children below 18 years. “This is because Watoto looks after children who are orphans, so it is important that such children attain good healthcare services to live a healthy life,” he explains. Komok adds that every year, over 2,000 children from Watoto visit Case Hospital to get health services.
Public health campaigns
Komok says the wellbeing of the public is Case Hospital’s priority. To attain that, they carry out health campaigns, where they sensitise the community members in their vicinity about the importance of keeping healthy.
“The reason we do this is because we believe prevention is better than cure. During the campaigns, we give public tips on how to stay safe from diseases,” he explains. Komok says Case Hospital also reaches out to the needy people coupled with partnering with other organisations to impact on the lives of Ugandans.
Since it renders quality services to Ugandans, Case Hospital is among the organisations that were awarded during the Visionaries Awards held at Imperial Royale recently. “Since the inception of the Visionaries Awards, we have been awarded three times as the facility offering best medical services in the country,” Komok says.