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Bulamu Healthcare
Providing free primary healthcare to families in rural Uganda🇺🇬
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Bulamu Healthcare stands with Uganda’s Ministry of Health and all Ugandans as we take the necessary steps to protect the community from the coronavirus and COVID-19. By working together, we will protect each other’s health and emerge from this challenge in due time!
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Bulamu Healthcare Nov 13
As part of Bulamu Healthcare’s community outreach program, Bulamu’s team visited Bwijanga Secondary School, where our team delivered health education sessions and training in making of reusable sanitary pads (RUMPS)…
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Bulamu Healthcare Nov 3
At the Sunday morning service ahead of the weeklong Bulamu Healthcare medical camp, volunteers (surgeons, internists, nurses and other medical practitioners) gathered to pray and to commit to serving the thousands of…
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Bulamu Healthcare Oct 16
“A Miracle for My Son” In 2017, Lawrence was playing at school when he accidentally fell and broke his arm. This was the beginning of a painful journey that would go on for two years as his father tried to seek…
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Bulamu Healthcare Oct 14
- Bulamu’s Angel Program has supported 540 patients to date in 2019 for referrals to specialized care. - And Bulamu’s Health Center Excellence program is installed in 26 facilities in our partner district of Sheema!
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Bulamu Healthcare Oct 11
2019 Highlights so far - Bulamu’s dedicated teams have treated 49,449 patients at 4 medical supercamps. Since 2016, we have treated more than 125,000 patients and counting! - All care is free to patients and is supported by Bulamu at an average cost of less than $7 per patient.
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Bulamu Healthcare Oct 8
Faith Nandego is 47 years old and had suffered from goitre for 16 years. Faith has 10 children and as a farmer, she could not afford the surgery for her condition. This continued until she came to Bulamu’s mobile…
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Bulamu Healthcare Sep 4
Replying to @CureUganda
John's life is sure transformed. Kudos to the whole team that is doing such excellent work
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Sir Arthur Aug 24
Even moving hospitals like are going digital. Besides medicine one other gap that aim at introducing digitization of medical records.
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Male Solomon Grace Aug 23
Besides treatment aims at gap filling in the archives by digitizing medical records to backup hard-copies & manage risks which may lead to destruction of data. This keeps the records very secure & can easily be retrieved when needed.
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Sir Arthur Aug 23
By the way advantages like the are that services are available and free such as scans, xrays & dentistry, that wouldn't otherwise be affordable for the local residents living in poor communities.
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Sarah Solomon⚘(Queen Solomon) Aug 23
Replying to @SarahSolomong
This has allowed our staff to keep track of our patients treated during the camp for followups as well as allowing patients to have a reliable medical record that they can use at a later date should they ever need to use them again.
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Replying to @bulamu_health
One of the primary goals of is to provide for digitalization of medical records. In turn, this will provide for efficiency in regards to access of citizens Medical care.
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Male Solomon Grace Aug 21
Although dentistry is a crucial aspect of healthcare most Ugandans especially those in rural areas do not see it that way & that is why dentistry department is one of the busiest during the supercamps; registering over 200 patients a day.
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Male Solomon Grace Aug 23
Some of the busiest departments camps were captured as below: ✴️Surgery: 124 ✴️Dental: 460 ✴️Eyeclinic: 1015(with over 700 eyeglasses given out for free) ✴️Women health: 308 Cc:
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Male Solomon Grace Aug 23
Attending medical camps gives people another chance to access services such as operations, scans, xrays & dentistry. Cc:
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GAD ROGERS #FightCoronaTogether 🌍🌍 Aug 23
So far the has had Surgery: 124 Dental:460 Eyeclinic:1015(with over 700 eyeglasses given out for free) Women health:308
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Bulamu Healthcare Aug 23
It would not be possible without reliable and devoted partners such as you! 🙏
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CURE Children's Hospital of Uganda Aug 23
Congratulations on such a successful camp!!
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Bulamu Healthcare Aug 22
is great at supporting refugees to settle in. This week at the , some refugees from Kyaka Refugee Settlement got to access different services including diagnostics and surgery.
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