History

St. Lukes Hospital was founded in 1964 by the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the upper shire. Today, St Lukes Hospital has grown and consists of 150 beds spraid over 6 departments as it remains part of the same diocese headed by bishop Malasa. The hospital also supports and supplies 8 different healthcentres in four different districts.  Since its foundation the hospital has been support by several international organisations. Often the staff is both local and internationally trained. Numerous docters, nurses and managers from mainly the UK and The Netherlands have contributed to care given at St Lukes Hospital.


Mission Statement

"We exist to promote the physical and spiritual well being of all people in our area and beyond through preventive and creative health services that are accessible and of high quality."

Winasi Boma,

Principle Hospital Administrator


Our core value

In line with the healing ministry of out Lord Jesus we exist to show love by:

- Compassion and devotion in the way that we serve the community respecting all in a professional manner.

- Unity is the way we work together as a team encouraging and correcting each other in love

Our vision

To create communities of healthy people where no one dies from preventable and curable diseases.