• BRIEF HISTORY
  • CORE VALUES
  • CURRENT ACTIVITIES
  • SWOT ANALYSIS
  • FUTURE PLANS

OUR HISTORY

ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTER STARTED IN THE YEAR 1988, AS ASICK BAY, TO TREAT STUDENTS AND STAFFS

IT HAS EVER SINCE GROWN OVER THE YEARS; NOW REGISTERED WITH THE GOVERNMENT AS A PRIVATE NOT FOR PROFIT (PNFP) HEALTH CENTER II, ALSO SUBSCRIBING TO THE UGANDA MUSLIM MEDICAL BUREAU (UMMB)

IT SERVES THE AREAS OF IUIU WARD, NKOMA WARD ,IN NORTHERN DIVISION MBALE MUNICIPALITY AND ALSO SERVES NAMANYONYI SUB COUNTY NORTHEN BUNGOHWO

CURRENT ACTIVITIES
  • COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS INCLUDING:
  • HEALTH EDUCATION
  • HOME VISTING
  • ANTI NATAL SERVICES
  • SCHOOL OUTREACHES
  • PARTICIPATE IN EVENTS LIKE FESTIVALS AND EXIBITIONS
  • MASS IMMUNIZATION CAMPAIGNS
  • PARTICIPATE IN THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CAMPS
  • FOLLOW UP WITH PATIENTS

CORE VALUES

The Following are our core values

  • CLIENTS SATISFACTION
  • CONFIDENTIALITY
  • EFFICIENCY
  • PROFESSIONALISM
  • ETHICS AND INTEGRITY

OUR CURRENT ACTIVITIES

The following are the activities we are running currently

  • Treatment and management of common diseases
  • Immunization services both static and outreach programs
  • Antenatal services for mothers
  • Maternity services
  • Laboratory services
  • School outreaches
  • Participate in events like festivals and exibitions
  • Anti natal services
  • Home visting
  • Participate in the medical and surgical camps
  • Referrals with A standby ambulance for both students and people in the community.
  • Mass immunization campaigns
  • Health education
  • Minor surgeries

SWOT ANALYSIS

  • Being a private but not for profit institution (pnfp)
  • Having a well-trained and qualified staffs
  • Being located within the university premises
  • Being close to the regional referral hospital
  • Having a stand by ambulance
  • Being able to have continuous supply of medicines and other supplies
OUR WEAKNESS
  • Inaccessibility Of The Health Center By The Private Patients Because Of Being Enclosed With In The University
  • Being Unable To Offer Some Services Because Of Our Status Of Being Health Center II
  • Little Funding From The Central Government Because Of Being Health Center II
  • Innability To Retain Our Staffs Espcially The Doctors After Specializing,
  • Limited Laboratory Services Due To Lack Of Some Equipments Like A Cbc Machine,chemistry Analyser Among Others
  • Lack Of Amedical Records Officer
OUR OPPORTUNITIES
  • Continuous funding and support from the university
  • Support supervision from both central government and its implementing partners like UMMB
  • Having permanent structures with enough space for expansion
  • Having an assured source of funding from the students contribution in form of medical fee.
  • Donations in form of drugs, mosquito nets and other supplies from central government and other implementing partners.
  • Paying of health center staffs salaries promptly,
  • contribution from UMMB in supporting some of the staffs salaries
OUR THREATS
  • Lack of refresher courses for our staffs especially those in administrative positions
  • Close proximity of government facilities and private clinics around the catchment area.
  • Being managed by the academic institution that does not consider the health center as apriority

FUTURE PLANS

SHORT TERMS

Fencing off of the health center

Attaining HCIII status

Improving on our martenity ward

Operationalization of the radiology department

Organizing periodic medical camps in and outside the University

Operationalization of the ERP system at the department.

UPGRADING TO ALEVEL OF ATEACHING HOSPITAL AS A LONG TERM PLAN