Villa Maria hospital is a private not for profit (PNFP) hospital, operating under the umbrella organization of the Uganda Catholic Medical Bureau (UCMB). It is currently run by the indigenous congregation, the Daughters of Mary (Banabikira) Sisters, who are the first Religious congregation of Native African Women, South of Sahara. Read More
MESSAGE FROM THE CEO
Dr. Ssemwanga Edward
villa Maria Hospital staff giving a health education talk to patients at the Out Patients Department.
It has offered HIV Care since 1989 supported by Catholic Relief Services and currently supported by Uganda Episcopal Conference (UEC)/Rakai Health Sciences Program and USAID for WASH project. The Hospital Home Care Program is an integral department of the hospital with an extended outreach arm to restore hope, dignity and quality of life of people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and contributes to prevention of new HIV infections. Read more..
St. Lawrence, School of Nursing and Midwifery is an integral part of Villa Maria Hospital. The school has developed a national reputation for offering quality education programmes and undertaking innovative move in evidence-based nursing client/patient care that is shaping the health care agenda in Uganda. Read more..