ABOUT ST. FRANCIS BULUBA
St. Francis Hospital Buluba was founded by the Franciscan Missionary Sisters in 1923. It was established as a faith based not for profit Organization. It is a general hospital with specialty in Leprosy and Tuberculosis Care and treatment. It became operational as a general Hospital by 2003. The Hospital registered trustee is the Diocese of Jinja and managed by the Little Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi. It is a rural Private Not for Profit (PNFP) 120 bed Hospital located in Katonte Parish, Baitambogwe Sub-County Bunya West Health Sub District, Mayuge District. It is accredited to the Uganda Catholic Medical Bureau (UCMB). Its mission is to “Help the poor and needy in the context of Christian charity.” It is mandated to offer community based outreach services to its immediate catchment area in Baitambogwe Sub-county Mayuge District.
Almost 80% of the population served who access the hospital services cannot afford the cost of the services while 6% are destitute (too poor) who cannot afford even to look after themselves.
1. Professional conduct
Demonstration of skills or qualities required or expected of members of a profession.
Striving for a state of being easily understood, accessible, simple and clear.
State of being loyal to the mission and vision of the Hospital for a long period of time. State of being trusted.
4. Quality assurance
Ensuring that expected high standards are maintained at all moments
Ensuring that explanations for all Hospital operations/ actions are responsibly and timely given.
Ensure that the Hospital is easily reachable, usable and understandable.
That the Hospital can be trusted with private information or secrets. To keep secrets that which must not be known by others or the public.