Kampala International Medical Centre

Kampala International Medical Centre

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HELO KIMC, I would like to inquire about the hours nurses work at your clinic thank you
Whr is it found?
Did you know about hponatremia?, never under estimate any sign nor a symptom. Talk to your doctor about it before treatment.[ KIMC].
Who has seen it?.
Kampala
Ask me about the unusual pains you get in different areas, {to us, your health matters}.
A dentist with experience not less than two years experience is needed to boost the KIMC team. Contact 0772432096
Are you aware of your status in terms of breast cancer?, you can perform a self examination. If you find something unusual or unable to perform a self exam, come for consultation and help from Kampala international medical centre Kansanga.

KIMC is a health membership organization offering medical, dental,surgical, antenantal delivery,pediatric,orthopedic, and post natal care.(www.kimcug.com)

Kampala International Medical Centre (KIMC) is a private healthcare facility owned by Hon.Dr Micheal Bayigga Lulume Philip, it's one of the largest private healthcare group in Uganda. KIMC strives to provide healthcare that meets international standards.

Operating as usual

11/03/2021

We are looking for an enrolled midwife at Our Kànsanga facilty.
We are also looking for a Public Health Dentist at the facility
Please call 0772432096/0752432090

We are looking for an enrolled midwife at Our Kànsanga facilty.
We are also looking for a Public Health Dentist at the facility
Please call 0772432096/0752432090

09/02/2021

Get to know your cycle ,understand the safe and fertile days. We are at your service.

Get to know your cycle ,understand the safe and fertile days. We are at your service.

10/06/2020

As a way of ensuring good health to our clients, we are offering free sickle cell testing and supportive treatment at affordable costs. Together we can fight sickle cell disease and it’s effects.

29/04/2020
15/04/2020

Our mobile team will reach you where you are: Medical consultations, basic/essential laboratory investigations, and treatment including post operative care offered at your home.
Call Dr Michael on 0772432096
Call Dr Emma on 0784334216
Call our ambulance service on 0773863989.

12/04/2020

Thank you for observing the stay Home measure to secure yourself from the scourge of COVID19.

For your healthcare / emergencies you may call our mobile clinic/ well equipped ambulance for your attention at your home. Call these numbers for further information. 0700350310/0775529992/0755178010/ 0772432096..
Let’s go through this together.

29/03/2020

Take care, said Hon Dr Bayigga Lulume, let’s fight covid-19 together.

23/03/2020

Mind about what your body goes through 👌🏽

15/03/2020

A Rational Perspective on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) from Corey Casper, MD, MPH – A Leading Infectious Disease Physician at the Epicenter of the Outbreak in Seattle, WA

Over the past several weeks, I have been working nonstop with my team at the Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) as well as collaborators around the world to develop a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine and new treatment protocols. Because I’m at the epicenter of this pandemic both geographically and professionally, I’ve also been
inundated with questions from friends and strangers. I’ll use this post to answer those questions and correct the many misunderstandings spreading even faster than the virus
itself.

- Scope of the COVID-19 outbreak: There is no doubt that this is a global pandemic. But given the current limitations on testing, please take every number you see with a shaker of salt. People are grabbing eyeballs with shocking graphs showing cases skyrocketing, but no one really knows how many cases there are
or how many we will see in the weeks ahead. Because testing is now expanding quickly, the pandemic will inevitably appear to be exponentially growing even if the number of new cases is actually slowing.

- “Flattening the Curve”: Given that we have no idea of the true shape of the COVID-19 epidemic curve, I find discussions around “flattening it” to be frustrating. Will early implementation of drastic social distancing reduce the incidence rate and number of new infections? Almost certainly, especially when paired with widespread availability of testing, as demonstrated in South Korea
and China. But how dramatic is necessary, and at what cost? Seattle was somewhat artificially designated as a pandemic epicenter. (We were very quick to identify and respond to SARS-CoV-2, because we have incredible public health officials and a plethora of infectious disease experts; an extremely
connected and literate populace that interacts socially and economically with Asia; and had an ongoing study tracking flu-like illness across the city.) As part of that response, our public officials clamped down quickly on schools and gatherings. But is the “control” gained with this approach worth the panic and
disruption of daily life? Schools are now shuttered across the state for at least 6 weeks; despite the wealth and connectedness of our community, many public school districts cannot afford distance learning. These school closures have made it impossible for many parents to work. But that was getting more difficult anyway; most large business have implemented a work-from-home policy. Many
small business are shuttering altogether. And for us at IDRI, how can we keep laboratories up and running to develop vaccines and therapeutics when our staff can’t come to work?

- Prevention: We could have stopped SARS-CoV-2 in its tracks if the US had a system for quickly developing vaccines for new threats. Despite pleas and plans from leaders such as Bill Gates, we do not. It typically takes half a billion dollars to develop a vaccine and more than a decade to do so. One reason for that is
that our system is built for safety over speed, which of course is not a bad thing. But another reason is that we’ve failed to invest in innovation. Even in this age of gene editing and artificial intelligence, most vaccine discovery is based on 18th
century technology—inducing an immune response in patients by injecting them with a dead version of the pathogen or a part of its protein coat. That technology is not just slow; it’s also inherently a poor match for new infectious pathogens like SARS-CoV-2, for which we do not have any prior defenses. To be ready for
pandemic infections, we need to invest much more in 21st century vaccines. Indeed, the first vaccine to clinical trials for SARS-CoV-2 is a new type of vaccine based on nucleic acid technology. And yet these innovative products have been met with excessive regulatory hurdles and scrutiny. Similarly, regulatory authorities are slow to evaluate the testing of innovative molecules known as
“adjuvants,” which have been proven to help vaccines to stimulate much stronger and more effective immune responses. An adjuvanted vaccine released last year for Shingles has 95% effectiveness; it replaced a decades-old vaccine that was
only 50% effective. If we had shown real foresight, we could have stockpiled these precious vaccine adjuvants in our nation’s strategic vaccine stockpile and sped the development of an effective vaccine against SARS-CoV-2.

- Treatment: Here I have two pieces of good news. First, innovative treatments for this virus may also be within our grasp. Two different antiviral approaches are being tested, including one new drug (remesdivir) and some repurposed ones. But antiviral medications tend to reduce the duration of illness; only sometimes do they benefit those who are critically ill. (Medicines that block viral replication are not effective in treating the severe injury that results from inflammation in the lungs.) Therefore, we need to develop and test therapies that can benefit sick patients. I am excited to be leading an effort to develop a new immunotherapy for
SARS-CoV-2 which delivers immune cells to patients with moderate-to-severe disease. These cells can home in on the site of severe infections, kill the virus, and reduce damage to the lungs.

Second, the care available to patients who are
severely ill has improved dramatically in the past several years, thanks to advancements in critical care medicine, we can now support patients with severe pneumonia so they can withstand the infection and heal themselves. I, myself, am the beneficiary of dramatic improvements in critical care, when I had a
pulmonary embolism and survived losing my heartbeat (“coding”) twice.

In sum, my perspective is that SARS-CoV-2 causes an illness akin to a moderate flu. I am NOT trying to minimize the potential severity of the disease or the toll it has taken on those infected, their families, and our communities. And as I have stressed already, we know preciously little about this new virus and more severe disease with a greater toll on human beings is something we must vigilantly watch for. However, the level of panic I am seeing feels rooted in something beyond the virus itself. Did we panic in 2014 when we had a moderate flu circulating? That year, 30 million people were infected and nearly 52,000 died in the U.S. alone. As of this minute, we have fewer than 2,000
confirmed SARS-CoV-2 cases and only 47 deaths in the U.S. In 2014, we had a vaccine that was 19% effective against influenza, which is not that much different from the absence of a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine today.

What can each of us do to stay healthy and contribute to the rapid decline of this pandemic? In addition to the oft-preached hand hygiene and social distancing, we need to be informed, rational, and here for each other. In the words of Bertrand Russell, “To
conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.”

Corey Casper, M.D., MPH

- Chief Executive Officer, Infectious Disease Research Institute
- Clinical Professor of Medicine (Infectious Disease) and Global Health, University of Washington
- Affiliate Member, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research

[03/04/20]   Unicef

Corona virus is large in size where the cell diameter is 400-500 micro and for this reason any mask prevents its entry so there is no need to use pharmacists to trade muzzles.

The virus does not settle in the air but is grounded, so it is not transmitted by air.

Coronavirus when it falls on a metal surface, it will live 12 hours, so washing hands with soap and water well, is enough.

Corona virus when it falls on the fabric remains 9 hours, so washing clothes or being exposed to the sun for two hours meets the purpose of killing it.

The virus lives on the hands for 10 minutes, so putting an alcohol sterilizer in the pocket meets the purpose of prevention.

If the virus is exposed to a temperature of 26-27 ° C. it will be killed, as it does not live in hot regions. Also drinking hot water and sun exposure will do the trick
And stay away from ice cream and eating cold is important.

Gargle with warm and salt water kills the tonsils' germs and prevents them from leaking into the lungs.

Adherence to these instructions fulfills the purpose of preventing viruses.
UNICEF

28/02/2020

Corona is a new contagious virus that infects both humans and animals.
Signs and Symptoms:
🤒 Fever
😷 Cough
Shortness of Breath

You can prevent Coronavirus by embracing the following measures:
-Wash your hands with soap and water regularly
-Cover your nose and mouth when coughing
-Avoid direct contact with anyone with a cold or flu like symptoms
-Thoroughly cook meat and eggs.

22/12/2019

The management of Kampala International Medical Center Kansanga, lead by Hon Dr Bayigga Micheal Lulume thank you for having chosen (KIMC) to have been your number one health service provider, we therefore wish you a merry Christmas 🎄 and a happy new year full of good health,blessings and all your heart’s desires .
#atKimc we mind about your health.

28/10/2019

At Kampala international medical center we have launched free sickle cell testing services to our clients as a sign of wanting to improve the well-being of families, physically, economically and psychologically. Today some people were tested and received their results that very day. There is nothing special than giving your life time .come and get tested for free..
At Kampala international medical center we mind about your health.

02/09/2019

Do you have a dental problem/ issue?, we are here to bring a smile on your face. The experts are always around to care for you at Kampala international medical center Kansanga 8am - 6pm Monday to Saturday at affordable prices.

28/05/2019

[04/16/19]   We need a dentist

13/04/2019

The management of Kampala International Medical Center Kansanga lead by Hon Dr Bayigga Lulume wish Ssabasajja Kabaka a Happy birthday.

17/12/2018

Dear our esteemed clients, we thank you for entrusting us with your lives.Our team always work tirelessly to ensure your well being when you come to seek for medical attention. As the KIMC family we wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year full of good life. Thanks for making us your number one health service provider.

04/11/2018

Mention any Dental problem you have, broken tooth, have holes in them?, changed colour?, pain?, hyper sensitivity?, come to Kampala international medical center Kansanga get helped at affordable prices.

29/10/2018

Do you have elderly relatives who need medical care takers?,bedridden?, you want to be taken care of medically from home?, don't worry, Kampala international medical center has made it easy for you.

26/10/2018

The eye clinic at KIMC reminds you about regular checkups.

19/10/2018

Does your baby get fevers you don't understand?, flu and cough?, don't hesitate to see a doctor because this examination may be necessary.

18/10/2018

For your eye examinations and treatment, Monday to Friday.

13/10/2018

Induction seminar for our medical team of qualified nurses who will pioneer our Mobile clinic/ Home based care/ Bedside nursing service programme of KIMC.

09/10/2018

As we mark our 56th year of independence, Kampala international medical center Kansanga ,we wish a happy,healthy independence day. We have decided to offer you a free consultation (50,000 waved), free dental checkup till 19th Oct. "your health is our pleasure ".

01/10/2018

We are at Kansanga.
Applications are invited for Enrolled Nurses and Nursing Assistants.
Please submit by Thursday 4th October 2018. You may call 0755178010/ 0772432096

[10/01/18]   We are offering opportunities for Enrolled Nurses&Nursing Assistants for our upcoming project at Kampala International Medical Centre kansanga.
Deadline for applicants is Thursday 4th October 2018. Call 0772432096/0755178010

22/09/2018

What is your perception on doctor's instructions?, share with us make some smile

17/09/2018

Smoke at your own risk!.

20/07/2018

The management of Kampala international medical center Kansanga, led by Hon Dr Bayigga Lulume, wishes His Majesty the Kabaka of Buganda a happy coronation day ,( Amatikkira Jubileo). Wangaala Ayi Ssabasajja Kabaka.

[07/17/18]   Do you need a medical team to come to your home and offer hospital care without moving out of your home? Please visit Kampala international medical center at Kansanga for tge mobile health care services. Call 0752432090/ 0414599908 for details. Dont hustle with traffic jam with your sick parent. Just call.

[03/11/18]   A dentist with experience not less than two years experience is needed to boost the KIMC team. Contact 0772432096

21/01/2018
05/01/2018

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27/12/2017

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