Critical Care Solutions Ltd partners with the following companies that it also represents in Uganda.

dragerDräger is a leading international company in the fields of medical and safety technology.Since 1889, Dräger has been developing advanced technical devices and solutions trusted by users all over the world.

No matter where Dräger products are used: it’s always about life. Whether for use in clinical, industrial or mining applications, in firefighting or rescue services, Dräger products protect, support and save lives.

Gradian Health Systemsgradian health systemGradian Health Systems™ equips hospitals to deliver anaesthesia safely and economically.Our mission is to improve access to safe surgery and perioperative care by providing technology, service and training to strengthen anaesthesia capabilities.

We design and build equipment used worldwide in hospitals ranging from world-renowned academic centers to resource-constrained district facilities. We are a social enterprise collaborating with partners in clinical medicine, national health systems, medical technology and philanthropy. Gradian Health Systems, Inc. was founded by the Nick Simons Foundation, a private philanthropy supporting programs to improve access to health care.

ihkIHK is a multi-specialty private hospital with a wide range of general and specialist services. It is renowned for patient safety, quality care, and customer satisfaction. International Medical Group is a group of health service companies with a regional reputation for customer-focus, innovation, and quality patient care.

corsuCoRSU was established in 2006 as a private non profit, non government organization in Uganda after extensive consultation with various stake holders. It is a Ugandan initiative which was encouraged and supported by CBM with the main aim of expanding and improving the rehabilitation services for children and people with disability.The primary focus is on children with physical impairment for whom CoRSU provides orthopaedic and plastic/reconstructive surgical interventions and rehabilitation services. CoRSU provides free surgery for CWDs below 17 years of age; parents/guardians are expected to contribute towards hospital stay (accommodation and food).

nsambyaNsambya hospital is a referral hospital with a bed capacity of 361 beds. It is involved in patients care, research and teaching.It offers specialist services in surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology. In addition, there are specialized services in urology, eye care, orthopedics, endocrinology, endoscopy, laparoscopy, mammography, HIV/AIDS, accidents and emergency. It has both general and private patient facilities. Founded way back in 1903, Nsambya is a Catholic Mission Hospital owned by the Archdiocese of Kampala and managed by the Little Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi.The hospital has undergone major expansion since its inception and has recently built and expanded the pharmacy and OPD departments. St. Francis Nsambya Hospital has an average of 19,000 admissions every year and receives an average 300 out-patients everyday with 5500 deliveries annually.
mulagoMulago National Referral hospital was founded in 1913 and in 1962 it was expanded by constructing lower Mulago to offer better services and facilities to patients.It serves as a National Referral for the entire country and a general hospital as well as Health Center IV, III for the Kampala metropolitan. Official bed capacity is 1790.
the surgeryWe are an international medical facility providing affordable, scientific, evidence based health care in the centre of Kampala.
We specialize in providing patient orientated general practice services, travel medicine, and 24 hour emergency room care. As a general practice facility we provide the full range of services expected in an international situation, including travel advice, antenatal care, minor surgery, trauma care, mental and emotional health, child and family care, full international immunization coverage and well woman service. We include x-ray, ultrasound and laboratory services, with our own road ambulances and access to air ambulance and international medical evacuation.