TABLE 1.

Description of Hospitals and Their Maternal and Newborn Care Capacity Where a Locally Designed Package of Interventions to Improve Quality of Maternal and Newborn Care Was Implemented, Busoga Region, Uganda

Level, OwnershipCadres Available, No.Mean Monthly Deliveries
Jinja HospitalRegional referral hospital, publicConsultant pediatricians, 1
Obstetricians, 3
Pediatricians, 2
Medical officers, 4–7
Midwives, 13–20
Neonatal nurses, 1
Anesthetic officers, 3–7
500
Iganga HospitalGeneral hospital, publicObstetrician, 1
Medical officers, 11
Midwives, 12–15
Anesthetic officers, 1–3
550
Bugiri HospitalGeneral hospital, publicMedical officers, 2–3
Midwives, 8–12
Anesthetic officers, 1–3
250
Kamuli General HospitalGeneral hospital, publicMedical officers, 5–7
Midwives, 15–20
Anesthetic officers, 1–3
200
Kamuli Mission HospitalGeneral hospital, private not-for-profitMedical officers, 3
Midwives, 7–10
Anesthetic officers, 1–3
200
St. Francis Buluba General HospitalGeneral hospital, private not-for-profitMedical officers, 4
Midwives, 7–10
Anesthetic officers, 1–3
100
1,800 total