March 30, 2018

Herona Hospital were delighted to receive a very special guest 2 weeks ago. Prof.Frederick.I.B.Kayanja Chancellor of Gulu University as well as many other accolades. He and Prof.Colin Green were friends in unversity in 1963 and met up again on Prof Green's recent visit...

March 27, 2018

Once again we would like to thank the Italian Corporation who last year donated the first scanner to the hospital. Now they have donated a GE ultrasound scanner with an endo vaginal transducer and a curve linear transducer this will help with diagnosis of complicated o...

March 24, 2018


Complete blood counts (CBC) are done to monitor overall health, to screen for some diseases, to confirm a diagnosis of some medical conditions, to monitor a medical condition, and to monitor changes in the body caused by medical treatments. For patients who need blood...

March 22, 2018

Ugandan ministry of health statistics indicate that each year 200,000 babies are born before they reach the 37th week of gestation. This number is responsible for 31% of Uganda’s national neo-natal deaths. Previously we have been referring neo-natal babies to other hos...

March 16, 2018

Our good friends and dental hygienists from the UK, Mandy, Carole and Carolyn not only volunteered their time, paid all their expenses, taught children dental hygiene, screened children, assisted Herona dentists with over 400 extractions and bought tooth brushes for ma...

March 13, 2018

Many people have messaged asking about the premature baby at Herona, offering help and enquiring on the health of the baby. I am more than delighted to say that the baby arrived safely  at Naggalama Hospital, 30 km away and after being in an incubator for just a few da...

March 12, 2018

As always I would like to thank Barbara Sedassy and the Jonny Rhythm Foundation. Barbara has been a constant support and help with all the projects in Uganda including Herona Hospital. Barbara organised people to knit for Herona babies. Many knitters are from the Pop i...

March 10, 2018

Today we had a premature baby at Herona.
Luckily we have the baby warming lamp and oxygen, there are no other hospitals or clinics in the area with those facilities. Sadly we do not have an incubator so the baby has had to be referred. The ambulance was only £10 (50,00...

March 8, 2018

More pictures from the dental camp. Mandy, Carole and Carolyn we hope you 'll come back soon. 

March 6, 2018

Thanks to everyone who has helped with the baby clothes.

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