Family Medicine

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Family Medicine

Kampala Family Clinic is essentially a family practice. In that vein we strive to provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages with a variety of conditions. In addition to general medicine we provide preventive care as well as management of chronic conditions. We coordinate our care with other professionals so that your health and emotional needs are roundly met. We will equip you with the information and techniques you need to manage your health better and to lead a higher quality of life.

We are dedicated to developing a lasting, caring relationship with you and your family.

The Family Doctor (Dr. David Ndawula) is available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. You can conveniently call us, email us, or use the electronic Appointment Form on the Home Page for an appointment.

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Kampala Family Clinic
1001 Susie Plaza,.
Ggaba Rd, Kampala
Tel: +256( 312) 265 525
       +256( 414) 576 698

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