Doctor’s Case Hospital officially opens up in Ishaka, promises timely, quality & affordable Service

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BUSHENYI– In a bid to extend Healthcare services nearer to the community in Bushenyi district, Doctor’s Case Medicals a subsidiary of Headquartered in Rukungiri Municipality have opened up an Ishaka town branch.

Located in Bugomora cell, ward III, Ishaka Division at Katungu hill, near Katungu Church of Uganda, Ishaka Bushenyi Municipality, Doctor’s Case Hospital Ishaka will offer services including General medicine, in & outpatient, gynaecological & obstetric services, family planning, minor surgeries, antenatal care, laboratory services, HIV testing and counseling, ultrasound scan, X-ray services, Dental and Insurance services.

While officially launching the facility, the Bushenyi District Chairman Jeffari Bassajabalaba hailed and welcomed the investment in his area and asked the proprietors to ensure Quality and affordable services if they are to be useful to the communities they serve.

Bassajabalaba noted that the government is equally honored to have Ugandans supplementing its goal of ensuring excellent health service delivery to the community thus calling for collaborative effort needed in sharing experience and burden. 

District boss Basajjabalaba addressing guests at Doctor’s Case Hospital Ishaka, Katungu hill

The district boss went on to call upon the public to join insurance schemes to reduce or share Medical bills in the future when they fall sick.

“A case in point, I was the first person to be diagnosed with Covid-19 in the whole District, when I remember how costly it was nursing the scourge on a daily basis, I realised that we need quality and affordable healthcare services” Basajjabalaba noted.

CUE IN………………..JEFFARI ON FACILITY

Doctor’s Case Hospital Ishaka Managing Directors Dr Dickson Niwasasira and Dr Byamugisha Asaph promised to cooperate with the District leadership in ensuring quality and timely service delivery, collaboration with the already existing facilities, as well as offering affordable health care services to become a solution to health challenges.

Dr Asaph and Dr Dickson added that they will invest much in Community health education to help the public do away with illness other than congestion in health facilities.

Doctor’s Case Hospital Directors at the Grand launch in Ishaka-Bushenyi

“Our role here is not to outcompete the already existing facilities but rather to collaborate with them and sharing  knowledge and resource in serving the community better in healthcare” the directors noted.

They added that “As Doctor’s Case, we promise you excellent Services that people of Rukungiri have enjoyed for years. We shall invest much in Community health education since we’re aware that most people lack information about different causes of illness and how they can do away with such.”

CUE IN………………..DIRECTORS ON FACILITY

Dr. Yesse Mutabazi the Doctor’s Case Hospital Resident director gave a highlight on the status of the facility and promised that they are looking forward to offer distinguished services.

George Owakukiroru the Hospital board of directors hailed the directors for thinking about serving the community especially in their home country adding that as Administrators, they will ensure responding to client’s feedback to serve them better.

Hospital BOD Chairman George Owakukiroru addressing guests

“I want to assure you that we will serve you deligently with healthcare services” Chairman BOD assured attendants.

CUE IN…………….OWAKUKIRORU ON FACILITY

The Ishaka division Chairman Deus Mukyenga showed optimism that the vibrant team the facility has come with will work hard to save many lives thus promising full support from the government upon their operations.

Mukyenga added that Doctor’s Case Hospital will move a long way in solving congestion in other facilities since the services can now be easily and timely accessed at this Katungu based hill.

Bushenyi district boss Jeffari Basajjabalaba officially opening up Doctor’s Case Hospital Ishaka

The function was graced by the Kampala International Hospital Chief Executive Officer, a number of dignitaries, patients enjoyed free health services as part of commemorating the launch of the new development in the area.