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  • Added 25 Sep 2013

St Mary's Hospital, Lacor


Part of the FEAST (Fluid Expansion as Supportive Therapy) trial

Disease areas

  • Enteric diseases
  • HIV
  • Malaria
  • Maternal Health
  • Other

Other information

St Mary’s hospital , Lacor is a catholic-based institution founded 1959 by Comboni Missionaries and Diocese of Gulu.
Mission: To provide quality health services to the poor at a cost affordable to all
The hospital is 350 km from Kampala and has a bed capacity of 476, mainly serving the population of Northern Uganda & beyond.

The hospital has paediatric facilities including 166 beds and an annual admission of around 17,000 children.

Major causes of morbidity in the area include Malaria, ARI, Diarrhea, Anemia, PEM, BSI/Sepsis. Malaria accounts for around 40% of morbidities.


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