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15:52
15:52

Rubaga Hospital Sued over Gauze Left in Patient's Belly pregnant mothers

Court records further show that upon having a successful operation, she delivered a healthy baby but the aforementioned doctors by virtue of their omission or that of their servants working under them left a thick gauze wire in her belly after sewing her up for which the hospital is being held liable.
16:25
16:25

MPs Demand Changes at Mulago Hospital pregnant mothers Top story

Legislators on the health committee are demanding for a forensic audit of Mulago National Referral Hospital in attempt to resolve the administrative and management issues there. Just how bad is the situation at the referral hospital? We took a few photos.
10:01
10:01

Expectant Mothers Share Ward With TB Patients in Karugutu pregnant mothers 1

A visit at the facility established that there were more than 10 expectant mothers and TB patients in the same ward. Boaz Mugabe, one of the visitor’s taking care of his pregnant wife, fears that the arrangement will expose them to TB infections.
11:26
11:26

Expectant Mothers Shun Health Vouchers marie stopes 1

The arrangement is designed to widen access to safe motherhood services for poor Ugandan women with quality, subsidised services. It is delivered through a voucher scheme that targets subsidies for services and by providing technical assistance to private obstetric units in under-served areas.
15:18
15:18

Mulago At 50 More Desperate Than Ever pregnant mothers 2

In Mulago on the morning of Uganda’s golden independence jubilee, about 60 pregnant women lay in the corridors because there were no free beds in the wards. In another corridor, about 10 people were surrounding a woman who had been thrown out of the ward before she could hardly walk because another woman had come in to give birth.
12:59
12:59

Rubaga Hospital Pleads with Family of Dead Mother Not to Speak to the Media pregnant mothers

Rubaga hospital management has written to the family of Judith Nansubuga, the mother who reportedly bled to death on March 5th after being neglected by the hospital staff. Hospital officials are urging the bereaved family not to speak to the media about their deceased relative.
15:51
15:51

Mother, Baby Die After Neglect By Rubaga Hospital Staff pregnant mothers 1

Judith Nansubuga died at Rubaga Hospital on March 5th due to what family members call negligence by the medical staff at the maternity ward. The family says medical workers at the Hospital failed to control her blood pressure leading to the loss of the unborn baby. They also looked on as the 35 year old mother of three bled to her death in the hospital’s private wing.
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