These guidelines have been prepared by the Ministry of Health to enhance economy, efficiency and effectiveness in infrastructure development and harmonise it with other inputs to improve service delivery in the health sector.
This annual report format is made with in the context of the hospital taking a definitive role in delivering and supporting primary healthcare in the district it belongs to. This role is measured by the degree in which the hospital is integrated in the district health care system thus the reports have to be made for a wider set of readers.
This employment manual aims to answer questions about Hospital’s personnel policies, procedures and benefits. It is designed to give you an overview of Hospital’s organisation and to provide guidelines for all Hospital’s employees.
This employment manual aims to answer questions about Health Unit’s personnel policies, procedures and benefits. It is designed to give you an overview of the Health Unit’s organisation and to provide guidelines for all Health unit employees.
This Guide has been prepared after sighting numerous and persistent procurement deficiencies in many of our Health Centres. In today’s fast-paced operational environment, the importance of the procurement function in reducing prices and costs, and in identifying better sources of supply, cannot be overlooked.
Performance management is one of the critical areas for the health sector to achieve better health outcomes for all Ugandans. For some time now, the Ministry of health with support from Ministry of Public Service has been implementing the Results Oriented Management (ROM) approach to performance management in Districts and Regional Referral Hospitals.