About us


Our Background

Nkozi Hospital is a Private Not for Profit (PNFP) Hospital owned by Kampala Archdiocese. It was founded by the White Sisters of Our Lady of Africa from the Netherlands in 1942. The management was transferred to the local congregation of the Sisters of Immaculate Heart of Mary Reparatrix- Ggogonya, Kisubi, who currently run it under the guidance of the Board of Governors.

The Hospital enjoys good collaboration with the Government of Uganda and the Hospital serves as the referral health facility for Mawokota South Health Sub-District. It is accredited by Uganda Catholic Medical Bureau (UCMB).

Who We Are


To uplift health standards of the community, with preference to the most vulnerable ones, through a comprehensive model of high quality health service delivery


To be a centre of excellence for holistic and quality health- care service delivery with Christian values, so that they may have life and have it more abundantly.


“In God we serve and care”



Strengthening provision of sustainable, accessible and high quality services to uplift health standards of the community.


  1. Increase utilization of services in Nkozi Hospital.
  2. Improve Human Resources in Nkozi Hospital.
  3. Ensure sustainable financial base for the Hospital
  4. Improving governance, management and operational systems of the hospital.
  5. Contribute to improved health for the people living in Mawokota Health Sub –District.

Core Values

  • Graciousness: God is able in all we do
  • Ethical conduct: Humanity to its fullness and dignity
  • Quality assurance: striving for excellence in all we do with adherence to the required standards.
  • Results oriented: focusing on activities that yield the desirable out puts
  • Team work: working as a dependable one family. Networking and relying on one another.
  • Compassion: have feelings of those we serve and work with
  • Transparency: Be accountable and trustworthy
  • Self-motivation: interest with ambition to progress on and on.

Our Principals

1. Christian belief

Working to emulate the work of Christ in order to meet the needs of the patients particularly the most vulnerable.

2. Quality of care

Serving as a model for comprehensive health service delivery through ethical and professional conduct with mutual esteem at all times

3. Social obligation

To contribute to community development through improved health by networking with all the stakeholders to ensure accessible services