Kabale Regional Referral Hospital (KRRH) was established in the 1918 and started as a small unit serving expatriate staff and business communities until when it became a government district hospital in 1930. It remained as the only district hospital in Kabale up to 1995 when it became a Regional Referral hospital. It was accorded the status of Semi- Autonomy in November 2002. The Hospital is located in the South Western part of Uganda 426 kilometers from Kampala. The hospital serves an estimated population of 20 million and has a bed capacity of 280, with a staffing level currently at 62%.
To provide specialized and general health care, conduct training, research and support supervision to other health facilities in Kigezi Region to improve quality of services in line with the sector development plan.
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Kabale Regional Referral Hospital was established in 1918 as a small unit serving expatriate staff and business communities. It became a government district hospital in 1930and it remained as the only district hospital in Kabale up to 1995 when it became a Regional Referral hospital. It was accorded the status of Semi- Autonomy in November 2002. Kabale RRH is located in Kabale Municipality, Kabale District in South Western Uganda and it is 426 kilometers from the National Capital Kampala. It now serves a population of about 2 million people in the districts of Kabale, Kisoro, Rukungiri, Kanungu, Rubanda, Rukiga and some parts of Ntungamo. It also serves neighboring countries of Rwanda, Burundi and the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, through the border posts of Katuna, Bunagana, and Kamwezi. It has a bed capacity of 280.
In order to execute its function as a regional referral hospital, there is mandatory requirement to develop a facility strategic plan. This plan 2015/16-2019/20 is developed in line with the goals and objectives of the second National Development Plan, National Health Policy and the Health Sector Development Plan.
It’s majorly divided into 11 major departments,
A center of excellence providing a high quality, general and specialized health services for a healthy and productive population in Kigezi region.
To provide accessible and quality health care to all people in Kigezi region through delivery of promotive, preventive, curative, palliative and rehabilitative health care.
“Accelerate movement towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC) with essential health and related services needed for promotion of a healthy and productive life”