Why Choose Addy Memorial Hospital?

The hospital is 100% privately owned and about 4km from the city centre along Gayaza Road. It is located about 150 meters off Gayaza Road on Plot 15/16 Bahai Road. The hospital provides the highest quality medical care through our highly specialised and multi-disciplinary team working in state-of-the-art facilities and with modern equipment.

Billing Policy

Your Health is our first priority. So we make it affordable.

Ambulance Services

Just Make a phone call, we shall pick you right where you are.


We are equipped with world-class infrastructure and technologically advanced equipment.

About Addy Memorial hospital

Addy Memorial Hospital is an integrated healthcare delivery provider providing high quality medical and nursing services across a wide range of specialties. Bench-marked to international quality standards, having state-of-art laboratory and radiology diagnostic services, modular operating theatres, in-house pharmacy, the hospital is well equipped to provide convenient, patient focused, quality centric efficient services.


Our Vision is to promote healthy communities supported by a trusted patient- centred service that delivers affordable specialised health care.

AMH’s Main Objective

Is to provide the highest quality health care, in all medical specialities within a dignified and patient centered environment.

Our Driving Principal

We strive to provide specialised and affordable medical services in the most congenial, friendly and reassuring environment, under one roof. We uphold that the patient is the important person within the hospital and their requirements shall be attended to whollistically. We believe in pursuit of continued medical and professional improvement through research to keep abreast of new developments in the field of medical sciences and other relevant fields.



Research Labs



The Hospital operates 24Hours a day for the whole week offering specialised services including but not limited to Internal Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dental Medicine and General Surgery. We also ran super specialised clinics in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery , orthopaedic surgery and neonatology supported by a state of the art laboratory, Operation Theatres, Radiology Unit, Pharmacy and Ambulance service.


Our Hospital is equipped to provide a complete range of dental treatments.


The hospital is devoted to the care of women at childbirth and of their newborn infants.


An endoscopy is a procedure in which your doctor uses specialized instruments to view and operate on the internal organs and vessels of your body.


A baby must make many physical adjustments to life outside the mother's body.


We have a Critical Care Ambulance fully fitted with Equipment to provide the right Environment to Safely transport Critically ill Patients.

Ultra-Sound Scan

A procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of part of the inside of the body

General Surgery

We have specialists with a discipline of surgery having a central core of knowledge embracing anatomy, physiology, metabolism, immunology, nutrition, pathology, wound healing, shock and resuscitation, intensive care, and neoplasia..

Specialist Clinics

We Design And Configure Specialist Clinics To Meet Your Requirements.

Paediatric Services

We protect a person against vaccine preventable diseases by building the body’s defence system so that it is able to fight off diseases.


An X-ray is a quick, painless test that produces images of the structures inside your body — particularly your bones.


Our Hospital has a high-tech laboratory where tests are carried out on clinical specimens to obtain information about the health of a patient to aid in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.


As part of our pursuit of comprehensive healthcare, we have a fully stocked pharmacy offering of long-term care and relaible medical drugs. Our goal is to increase your daily standard of living so you can live a healthier and more active life.



Anesthesiology is the practice of medicine devoted to the complete care of the patient before, during, and after the surgery.

An Anesthesiologist meets the patient before the scheduled surgery and goes through the medical history to manage the medical problems that could arise, with various specialists. Any problems that come up during the surgery be it related to the lungs, heart, kidneys or other organs will be diagnosed and treated instantly by the Anesthesiologist. It also includes treating and regulating the changes in the critical life functions, like breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, fluid balancing, and blood loss. They are also in control of critically ill patients in the surgical ICU and catheterization labs.

General Surgery

The Department of General Surgery deals with a wide range of diseases and emergencies that may require surgical treatment.

General Surgeon is specialized in pre and post-operative management and in handling all kinds of surgical emergencies, especially Trauma. General Surgery primarily deals with abdominal components like stomach, colon, gall bladder, oesophagus, liver, bile ducts, and pancreas. Most of these abdominal surgeries are performed through a keyhole surgery method called Laparoscopy. A General Surgeon always has a better stand in situations where the patient has more than one body-system involvement and there is an overlap between specialties.


The Cardiology Department provides complete care and services in terms of diagnosis, treatment and holistic approach

Efficient and experienced Cardiologists and Cardio-Thoracic and Vascular Surgeons work as a team in synergy to provide the patients with the best 360-degree cardiac care. Cardiac by-pass surgery, minimally invasive surgery, interventional cardiology, and non-invasive cardiology are covered under the vast umbrella of Cardiology. Emergency cases along with non-invasive image processing, echocardiography, stress tests, cardiovascular CT’s and thallium heart mapping are also covered by this medical specialty.


Pediatric care means medical care provided to infants and children, including sick and well visits, recommended vaccines and immunizations, routine dental ...

cleaning and exams twice a year, dental care, annual vision screening, and corrective lenses.

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involving the restoration, reconstruction, or alteration of the human body.

It can be divided into two main categories: reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery includes craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Common questions asked about antenatal visits

    Question:   When should I start my anenatal care services?

    Answer:   As soon as you discover that you are pregnant

    Question:   How many anenatal visits should I have during my pregnancy?

    Answer:   4-6 visits if you have no complaints during your pregnancy

    Question:   What happens if I mess my appointment date for antenatal?

    Answer:   Visit the hospital with your antenatal card as soon as you remember

    Question:   How is it impotant to attend antenatal services?

    Answer:   During antenatal visits, you and your baby's welbeing is monitored

  • Question:   How do I know that I have started labour?

    Answer:   Most mothers get labour pains but onset of true labour is confirmed by a midwife's examination

    Question:   Can I use herbal medicine to speed up my labour process?

    Answer:   No Labour is a natural process but can be induced at Drs advice not herbal medicines

    Question:   I do not want to experience labour, what do I do?

    Answer:   Please discuss with your obstetrician to plan on mode of delivery

    Question:   What care do I need after delivery?

    Answer:   You need special monitoring of vaginal bleeding, uterine changes, pain management and baby care and breast feeding.

  • Question:   Who is a premature?

    Answer:   Baby born before 37 weeks of gestation

    Question:   Who is a premature?

    Answer:   Baby born before 37 weeks of gestation
    Early premature is between 28th-34 week / late premaure is 34 to 37 gestation weeks

    Question:   How do I know that my baby needs NICU?

    Answer:   - If your baby has low birth weight
    - If your baby has fever which may be a sign of infection
    -If your baby has breathing difficulties
    -If your baby is unable to breastfeed within recommended time.

  • Question:   What is immunisation?

    Answer:   A process in which vaccines are administered to a person to protect them against immunisable diseases

    Question:   Why should my baby be immunised?

    Answer:   Immunisation helps to boost your baby's immunity and good health

    Question:   Are vaccines safe?

    Answer:   Yes, Vaccines recommended by WHO are safe

    Question:   What can I do if my bady gets a fever after immunisation?

    Answer:   -A fever is a normal reaction of the baby's body to the vaccines so do not panic
    -Reduce covers or expose your baby if temperature is high
    -offer an antipyrotic like paracetamol as ordered by Dr,
    -Continue exclusive breasfeeding

    Question:   What are the danger signs in a new born?

    Answer:   -Failure to breast feed Convulsions regardless of the cause
    - Fevers regardless of the cause
    - Excessive crying
    - Vomiting
    - Hypothermia

  • An academic medical center is a place that does three things: provides clinical care for patients, performs research on disease, and educates new doctors.


Please for any information please do not hesitate to contact or visit Addy Memorial Hospital


15/16 Bahai Road, Kanyanya, Kawempe Division, Kampala-Uganda