The Kibuli Eye Centre is one of the prides of the hospital. It has recently been equipped with the state-of-the-art equipment to provide more specialist eye care than the country has seen before. The clinic provides the basic eye examinations, refractions diagnosis and management of the more commonly known eye ailments. Some of the specialist equipment include the:
- Visual Field Analayser which is used to draw the field of vision of the eyes so as to determine the extent of optic nerve damage and how far the visual path way has been affected as in glaucoma and neurologic patients
- Fundus Camera for coloured photography to document the condition of the retina and optic nerve. It also is used for fluorescein angiography after injection of a photofluorescent dye to assess the retinal blood vessels and other retinal lesions as in diabetic retinopathy.
- Ultrasound Machines for A-Scans and Biometry to measure the power of the lenses implanted in the eye after cataract surgery and B-Scans to assess the condition of the back of the eye and diagnose abnormalities like retinal detachment.
- YAG Laser Machine that is used to remove the opacity formed behind the lens after cataract surgery and open a hole in the iris in the treatment of acute glaucoma.
- Argon Laser Machine that is used to treat vascular retina conditions such as pan-retinal photo coagulation (PRP) in diabetic retinopathy and retinal tears and peripheral retinal weakness as in high myopia.
To be the centre of choice for patient and healthcare providers who are seeking high standard and quality eye care services in East and Central Africa based on our preeminent patient care, up-to-date services and our highly qualified eye care professionals
To provide an affordable standard quality and effective eye care health service covering all eye subspecialties through our fully equipped eye centre, well trained staff without discrimination of colour, race or religion