Medical Centre Management and Personnel
We have recently set up a UK support group and a management committee in Uganda are responsible for the overall control and strategic direction of suubi Medical Centre. Between them, they have many years of charity and business experience and use this to ensure that Suubi Medical Centre runs efficiently and effectively and meet the objects of the charity.
The groups meet regularly to evaluate Suubi Medical Centre’s operational and financial performance, and review strategies to ensure that Suubi medical centre continues to grow and saves the lives of more people in Iganga-Uganda. These teams are a key part of our management structure.
At Suubi Medical Centre we value good governance which is essential in safeguarding the work we do. All people involved in Suubi Medical Centre are passionate about our work and we go about it with complete integrity. Suubi has a board of local leaders in Uganda and a support group based in the UK which serves as active and independent governing bodies responsible for Suubi Medical centre policy formulation, decision making, and oversight. The leadership teams are comprised of passionate, diversely skilled and well-meaning individuals who work selflessly, without pay, they give their time to steer the project towards achieving its desired objectives.
UK Support Group:
Denis Kigongo Victor-(Chairman)
Born in Uganda and founder of Suubi Medical Cantre
Hannah Sharp-(Social Media support)
Hannah is from Wellington and a Professional Photographer.
Kiz Angell -( Secretary/Fundraising Coordinator)
Kizzy is an Activist, blogger and wannabe traveller
Feyaza Khan- ( Media and Communication)
The Medical Centre management team is chaired by Denis Kigongo Victor and supported by other persons – a carefully selected mix of professionals and leaders in Busu village:
Winfred Kisakye- ( Project Coordinator )
Kiiza Victor – Committee member – (Chairman)
Wanfuko Henry – Centre manager and local leader
Kasada Tony – Local medical adviser
The team of employees:
There is an established administrative structure at the Medical Centre. The Centre in the past has been run by four medical staff but due to financial difficulty, we are down to two medical staff. The SMC employs two nursing officers and two support staff (a Cleaner and a watchman). In the future, the centre anticipates recruitment of an administrator/pharmacist, 1 clinical officer, a laboratory technician and two visiting senior Medical Doctors (a general Doctor/Clinician and a Dentist).