Dr. Brian Warriner
Head, UBC Department of Anesthesia
Dr. Brian Warriner has been a member of the UBC Faculty since 1980, with his practice at both St. Paul's Hospital and Vancouver Acute. He received his MD from UBC and completed a rotating internship at St. Joseph's Hospital in London, Ontario. Following internship, he practiced as a general practitioner in Powell River, BC and Campbellton, NB for four years before returning to UBC to complete his residency in Anesthesiology. Following his residency, he became a Fellow in the UBC Pulmonary Research Laboratory at St. Paul's Hospital and entered clinical practice in the Department of Anesthesiology in 1980. Since then, Dr. Warriner has been an active clinician and teacher in the UBC Faculty of Medicine. While at St. Paul's and Providence Health Care, he acted as a Department Head, Vice-President (Medicine), and Acting CEO. He has received teaching awards for his resident teaching and has been a Royal College of Canada examiner. He has been an invited speaker in Canada, the USA, France, Portugal, Australia, Thailand and Vietnam. Dr. Warriner was promoted Clinical Professor in 1999. He is currently Professor and Head of the UBC Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics. He is also a health system surveyor for the Accreditation Canada and Accreditation Canada International. His international teaching has been primarily in Uganda but in 2011 he is spending time in both Kenya and Uganda working with residents in anesthesiology.
Dr. Robert H. Taylor
Director, Branch for International Surgery, UBC
Dr. Robert Taylor is the Director of the Branch for International Surgery and a Clinical Associate Professor with UBC's Department of Surgery. He also holds a Masters in International Health from Curtin University, Australia. About one-third of Dr. Taylor's 40-year career has been devoted to medical/surgical care in low-resource settings of the world. This has involved both short and long-term assignments and has taken him to countries of every continent of the world. These assignments have been with various organizations such as faith-based missions, universities, professional specialty associations and the International Red Cross, assignments which have included clinical service, teaching/training and building programs and infrastructure. With respect to Uganda, in 2000 he set up a partnership between the Lacor Hospital in Gulu of the north of the country and the Canadian Association of General Surgeons, a partnership which continues to today. In Canada, he was the founding Chairman of the International Surgery Committee of the Canadian Association of General Surgeons and the Founding Director of the Branch for International Surgery at the University of British Columbia. He is also actively involved in the Canadian Network for International Surgery, both in Canada and abroad. In December 2010 he was appointed to the Order of Canada for his humanitarian contributions to improving medical services and surgical care in the developing world.
Dr. Cephas Mijumbi
Department of Anesthesia, Makerere University
Dr. Cephas Mijumbi has been a faculty member of the Department of Anaesthesia at Makerere University's Mulago Hospital and Medical School since 1989. Originally from Uganda, he completed his education at Makerere University with additional training in cardiac anesthesia and critical care in numerous places including Muhimbili and Kilimanjaro Medical Centers, Germany, and Italy. Dr. Mijumbi practices full-time as an anesthesiologist at Mulago Hospital and is a professor at Makerere Medical School. His current interests lie in Perioperative/Anesthesia safety, trauma care, cardiac anesthesia, and developing education and training programs for anesthesiologists relevant for low-income countries.
Dr. Gerald Dubowitz
Founder/Director, Global Partners in Anesthesia and Surgery
Dr. Gerald Dubowitz is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesia at University of California, San Francisco, where he works at the UCSF Medical center and Mt Zion Hospitals. He trained in the United Kingdom, graduating from St Andrews University in Scotland and subsequently Manchester University Medical School in England. He left the UK in 1997 and arrived in the Bay Area two and a half years later by way of Nepal and New Zealand, the South Pacific and a few places in between. Dr. Dubowitz has had long term interest in work in the developing world, since first working in Kenya in 1988. As well as several trips to Nepal he has worked in the South Pacific and Africa. In addition to clinical anesthesiology, he is currently pursuing his research interests in both High Altitude Physiology, and separately anesthesia and peri-operative care in the developing world. At this time he is involved in a collaboration between the Department Anesthesia at UCSF and the surgical sub-specialties to coordinate overseas peri-operative care. He is especially interested in the establishment of teaching programs for anesthesia in Africa and improvement of the delivery of peri-operative services. He is a founder and current Co-Director of GPAS.
Dr. Brian Westerberg
UBC, Division of Otology & Neurotology
Dr. Brian Westerberg is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia and a practicing Otolaryngology surgeon at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver. He also holds a Masters of Health Science (Health Care and Epidemiology) from UBC. In addition to his specialized medical training in OTL he has published research studies in areas ranging from current standards in assessment and management of sensorineural hearing loss in children less than two years of ages to difficult cases in middle ear surgery. For the past 12 years Dr. Westerberg has been involved in service missions to Zimbabwe and, more recently, to Uganda. Supported by Rotary, the Hearing Health Care projects have studied hearing loss and provided temporal bone courses and clinical officers lecture series. For the past two years in Uganda the focus has been on teaching in the operating theatre. His interest and commitment to understanding the burden of unmet surgical need led him to convene a two part forum focusing on the barriers to care in Uganda. Held in the Spring of 2009 this series has focused on issues of capacity building, sustainability, and the role of medical missions.
Dr. Doruk Ozgediz
Founder/Director, Global Partners in Anesthesia and Surgery
Dr. Doruk Ozgediz is currently a fellow in pediatric surgery at the University of Toronto. He completed his undergraduate work at Harvard before pursuing medical school and a residency in general surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. He has also obtained a masters degree in public health in developing countries from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. During residency Doruk was actively involved in establishing the global health residency program for the Surgery Department at UCSF and made several trips to teach and work abroad while in training. After completing residency, Doruk co-founded GPAS and moved to Uganda to teach and work full-time at Makerere University and Mulago Hospital in Kampala, Uganda.
Dr. Sam Kaggwa
Head, Makerere Department of Surgery
Dr. Sam Kaggwa is a Senior Lecturer and current Head of Department of Surgery Mulago/Makerere College of Health Sciences. On completing his training in surgery in 1990, Dr. Kaggwa joined the Urology unit at Mulago Hospital. He had additional training in Urology at KCMI Moshi Tanzania in 1992. Dr. Kaggwa’s academic interests lie in teaching and supervising residents, while his clinical interests are mainly in the urology related clinical areas.
Dr. Catherine deVries
Professor, Department of Surgery & Department of Public Health
University of Utah
Dr. Catherine deVries is a Clinical Professor of Surgery and Public Health at the University of Utah School of Medicine. A graduate of Harvard University, she holds a Masters in Pathology from Duke University and an M.D. from Stanford University. She trained in Urology at Stanford University with fellowships in Pediatric Urology at University of California, San Diego. While pediatric urology is her clinical focus within the U.S, she has been intensively active in the development of sustainable global surgery since1992. In 1994, she founded International Volunteers in Urology (now IVUmed) and continues as its President. IVUmed is dedicated to urological education worldwide and focuses on training doctors and nurses in developing countries. Dr. deVries has developed urological training programs in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. She serves as a member of the Global Alliance for Elimination of Filariasis (GAELF), and on the Board member of the Global Alliance for Elimination of Filariasis (GAELF), and on the Board of Chairmen of the Societe Internationale d'Urologie (SIU). She teaches courses in surgery and public health and in engineering innovation for the developing world at the University of Utah and at Stanford University. She has recently completed a book, Global Surgery and Public Health; A New Paradigm. Dr. deVries has received various awards including the American Urological Association's 2009 Distinguished Contribution Award, The Southeastern Section AUA Presidential Lectureship 2009, The American Urological Association's Honorary Member 2007, and the American Medical Association's 2006 Dr. Nathan Davis International Award in Medicine. When not engaged in medical activities, she and her husband, Scott Lucas, run a small ranch in the Uinta Mountains of Wyoming.
Dr. Josaphat Byamugisha
Head, Makerere University, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dr. Byamugisha holds a PhD from Makerere University and Karolinska Institute. He has a Masters in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, a Diploma in Obstetrics and Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery all from Makerere University. He has completed several short courses and is the current Head of Department.His major interest is in Family Planning and infection control. He teaches Obstetrics and Gynecology to undergraduate and graduate students. He has published widely. His most outstanding work is on emergency contraception.
Dr. Angela Enright
Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics Department
Victoria General Hospital
Born and raised in Ireland, Dr. Enright is a graduate of University College Dublin. She interned in St Vincent's Hospital, Dublin and shortly afterwards moved to Canada. Having worked in various Canadian provinces, she undertook anesthesia training at the University of Calgary, Alberta. She practiced anesthesia in Saskatchewan for many years but now lives and works in Victoria, on Vancouver Island, where she is the Medical Director of Anesthesia. She has been very active in the Canadian Anesthesiologists' Society (CAS) and was President in 1994/95. She is Chair of the Board of Trustees of the CAS International Education Foundation. She was Chair of the Organizing Committee for the 12th World Congress of Anesthesiologists held in Montreal in 2000. From 2000-2008, she was Chair of the Education Committee of the WFSA and a member of the Executive Committee and Management Group. For the past eight years, Dr. Enright has dedicated herself to improving the education of anesthesiologists in emerging countries. As President of the WFSA, she will continue to do that and to develop the role of the WFSA as a leading anesthesia society on the global stage.
Dr. Peter O’Brien
Associate Professor and Head
Division of Orthopaedic Trauma
Department of Orthopaedics
Dr. Peter O'Brien is an Associate Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and, Head of the Division of Orthopaedic Trauma at the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Acute Hospitals. His academic career has been focused on the dissemination of knowledge including the development of the residency training program which continues to be one of the foremost programs in Canada. He is also interested in continuing medical education in orthopaedic trauma at the local, national and international levels. Earlier in his career he was instrumental in establishing the University's orthopaedic trauma database which continues to be a critical resource for teaching and clinical research. His research has been related to the treatment of long bone fractures with intramedullary nailing. Dr. O'Brien has contributed to and authored over 80 publications and presentations and is a regular contributor to the Canadian Orthopaedic Association as well as providing editorship to the Canadian Journal of Surgery and the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma. Active in the orthopaedic community, he has held numerous leadership positions including President of the Canadian Orthopaedic Association, 2008-09, and a member of the Executive of the Canadian Orthopaedic Trauma Association. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the AO International Foundation. Together with his colleague Dr. Piotr Blachut, he is contributing to the Uganda Sustainable Trauma Orthopaedic Program (USTOP) a collaboration between Makerere University and the University of British Columbia to reduce disability caused by neglected Orthopaedic Trauma in Uganda.
Dr. John Helliwell
Professor Emeritus, UBC Department of Economics
Dr. John F. Helliwell is Arthur J.E. Child Foundation Fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and co-director (with George Akerlof) of CIFAR's program on "Social Interactions, Identity and Well-Being". He is also Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of British Columbia, a member of the National Statistics Council, and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. He was previously visiting special advisor at the Bank of Canada in 2003-04, visiting research fellow of Merton College, Oxford, in 2003, of St. Catherine's College, Oxford, in 2001, and Mackenzie King Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies at Harvard in 1991-94. His books include How Much Do National Borders Matter? (Brookings Institution, 1998), The Contribution of Human and Social Capital to Sustained Economic Growth and Well-Being (OECD and HRDC, 2001), and Globalization and Well-Being (UBC Press, 2002, also as Mondialisation et bien-être, Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 2005). Recent articles include "Well-Being, Social Capital and Public Policy: What's New?" (Economic Journal, March 2006), "Well-Being and Social Capital: Does Suicide Pose a Puzzle?" (Social Indicators Research, 2007), "How's Your Government? International Evidence Linking Good Government and Well-Being." (joint with Haifang Huang, British Journal of Political Science 2007) and "The Social Context of Well-Being" (joint with Robert Putnam) in Huppert, Bayliss and Keverne, eds. The Science of Well-Being (Oxford University Press, 2005). He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and an Officer of the Order of Canada.
Dr. Sam Zaramba
Former Director of Health Services, Ministry of Health, Uganda
Dr. Sam Zaramba is a former Director General of Health Services of the Ministry of Health of Uganda that is from 2006 to 2010. Before that, he was Director of Health Services responsible for Clinical Services and Community Health in the same Ministry of Health. This Directorate was virtually responsible for all operations both Curative and Public Health from 1995 to 2005. Prior to that, Dr. Zaramba was a Senior Consultant Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon at Mulago National Referral Hospital. As a Director at the Ministry of health, he participated in the formulation of the Ten Year National Health Policy and two five year Strategic Plans that were successfully implemented in the Country. These two documents became blue print in Health Service Reforms in the African Region. In addition to implementation of the Strategic Plans, he was heavily involved in the supervision and management of some of deadly epidemics in the country like Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever. Dr. Zaramba has participated and directed many National and International meetings, he was a Vice Chair and then a Chair of the WHO Africa Region Technical Committee 2007/2008, a Board Member of WHO Executive Board for two years eventually becoming the Chairman/President of the 126th WHO Executive Board Meeting, a task for which is very much remembered for in WHO circles. Currently, Dr. Zaramba is retired from Public Service. He is an independent Consultant in Public Health. He is a Chair of the Monitoring and Evaluation Committee of WHO program of Neglected Tropical Diseases, Board Member of Infectious Diseases Institute of Makerere Medical School, Board Member of WHO Strategic Group of African Partnership for Patient Safety, Board Member of Children Aids Fund-Uganda, and many other local NGOS. Dr. Zaramba is a graduate of Makerere Medical School for both undergraduate and postgraduate training. He also did two years of attachment in ENT Surgery at the University of Vienna-Austria. He trained in Health Services Management at University of Birmingham-UK, Harvard University-USA, John Hopkins University-Baltimore-USA and Boston University-USA. A very keen golfer. Dr. Zaramba is married to Mary and they are blessed with three children and two grand daughters. He has published a number of papers mainly on Neglected Tropical Diseases which is one of his big interest now.
Dr. Maryse Bouchard
University of Toronto, Department of Orthopedics
Dr. Maryse Bouchard is a fourth-year orthopaedic surgery resident at the University of Toronto. She received her medical degree from McGill University in 2006. She is completing a Master;s of Science at the University of Toronto, under the supervision of Drs. Andrew Howard, Jillian Kohler, James Orbinski, and Murray Krahn. She will be sub specializing in foot and ankle surgery, and completing fellowships with Dr. Tim Daniels in Toronto and with Dr. Thibaut Leemrijse in Brussels. Maryse’s interest in global health started when she co-led the McGill International Health Initiative from 2002 to 2006. With this group, she lobbied the Canadian government and the WTO to adopt policies that would enable easier access to essential medicines, such as Canada's Access to Medicines Regime. When starting her career in orthopaedics, Maryse remained dedicated to issues of access to care. Her Master's thesis examines the access of orthopaedic medical devices in low-income countries through of a qualitative case study of Uganda. This research highlights many of the barriers and gaps in the provision of orthopaedic services in low-income settings, including limited human and medical resources, domestic policy-making, and corruption. Maryse aims to continue exploring this area of research throughout her surgical career with the aim of developing mechanisms for improving delivery of orthopaedic care.
Dr. Jan Christilaw
President, BC Women's Hospital
Dr. Jan Christilaw is President of BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre. Jan is a spokesperson for women's health, addressing the global burden of maternal mortality. She has worked internationally on a number of projects, including partnerships with Makerere University in Uganda for services in maternal and child health.
Dr. Christilaw is a member of the UBC Faculty of Medicine and is Past President of the Society of Obstetricians & Gynecologists of Canada. Over the years, she has served the Society in many capacities including many years on Council, as Co-Chair of the Women's Health Task Force, on the JOGC Editorial Board and as chair of the Ethics Committee. She remains a principle advisor on many matters to the Society. This past year, Dr. Christilaw was invited by the Canadian International Development agency to participate in the G-8 Summit Ministerial Consultation on Maternal and Under-5Child Health and subsequently, in the first Canadian Muskoka Initiative Roundtable where Canadian partners, experts and practitioners were brought together to build and share the latest knowledge in the field of maternal and child health. In 2007 she won the Federation of Medical Women of Canada's national leadership award.
Dr. Tito Beyeza
Head, Makerere University, Department of Orthopedics
Dr Tito Beyeza, has been head of Orthopaedics Department, Makerere University since September 2005. He is a graduate of China Medical University from where he did both his undergraduate medical training and M.Med. Orthopaedic Surgery degree, obtained in 1996. He has completed other short-courses like Arthroscopy and Spine Surgery, from the University of Volmastein-Herdeke (Germany), and Post-graduate Orthopaedic Education and Research Supervision Courses in the U.S.A. and South Africa. He has published several scientific papers in peer review journals.
Dr. Mary Margaret Ajiko
General Surgeon, Soroti Regional Referral Hospital
Upon completion of her medicine degree from Makerere University Medical School, and internship training at St. Joseph's Hospital Nsambya, Dr. Sr. Margaret Ajiko worked for two years as Medical Superintendent at Kitovu Hospital in Masaka. She followed that with a Masters in Surgery at Makerere University and Mulago Hospital in Kampala. Following her graduation as a surgeon, Dr. Sr. Margaret Ajiko was once again posted to Kitovu Hospital in Masaka, a privately run district missionary hospital, where she was actively involved in teaching medical officers, intern doctors, medical students and even went on to become an Executive councilor member of the Association of Surgeons of Uganda. From Kitovu Hospital, Sr. Ajiko was yet again transferred to the Regional Referral Hospital in her home town of Soroti, where she now serves as a surgeon as well as in charge of Out-Patient/Casualty Department. Dr. Sr Ajiko performs her medical and surgical duties all the while teaching intern doctors and new medical students. Dr. Ajiko's major interests lie in research and she has presented papers in the Bethune Roundtable conferences held at Vancouver in 2008 and the University of Calgary in 2010. In 2008, she presented on Visceral Burkitts lymphoma as seen at Kitovu Hospital. At the same conference in 2010 she presented "Feacal oral infection with Salmonella typhi is still a big challenge to surgeons in developing countries: Is a surgical solution considered for all patients?" She has published articles in the Ugandan CME and has also won a travel grant award to Australia in 2009, becoming a member of Association of Women Surgeons (AWS). The Award was given by International Society of Surgeons (ISS).
Dr. Shafique Pirani
Director, Uganda Sustainable Clubfoot Care Project
Dr. Shafique Pirani has his clinical practice at the Royal Columbian Hospital, the major referral center for the Fraser Health Authority with a population base bigger than Nova Scotia. Within Orthopaedics, his area of special interest is paediatric orthopaedics with an emphasis on clubfeet, paediatric hip abnormalities and the Ilizarov Method of treating musculoskeletal disorders. An overarching theme is to make care available in developing nations in a sustainable fashion, economically and socially feasible for their society. He is the principle organizer & driving force of the CAD $1.8 million Uganda Sustainable Clubfoot Care Project (USCCP) funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and Enable Canada. The USCCP Goal is to reduce the consequences of disability from neglected clubfeet in Uganda with a public health approach by making available sustainable, universal, effective, efficient, and safe treatment (by the Ponseti Method)of the congenital clubfoot deformity.
Dr. Gerald Tumusiime
General Surgeon, Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital
Dr. Tumusiime Gerald is a general surgeon and a member of Faculty in the Department of Surgery at Mbarara University of Science and Technology in Uganda. After graduating with MBChB and Master of Medicine (Surgery) degrees from Makerere University in 2001 and 2007 respectively, he worked at Virika Hospital - a 150 bed capacity private-not-for profit hospital located in Fort portal, Kabarole district in Western Uganda as a Medical Officer and later as Medical Director. In October 2009 he was transferred to Mubende Regional Referral Hospital from where he joined Mbarara University in August 2010. He has special interests in abdominal surgery, continuous quality improvement, clinical audit and bedside teaching. Besides surgery, he trains and coaches health workers in integration of nutrition in HIV/AIDS care.
Dr. Hamed Umedaly
UBC, Department of Anesthesia
Dr. Hamed Umedaly is a cardiac and thoracic anesthesiologist at Vancouver General Hospital and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Anesthesia Faculty of Medicine University of BC. He trained in Medicine and specialty training in Anesthesia at UBC with fellowship training in Australia. He has been in practice and teaching for 15 years. He has a strong interest in teaching which has been recognized by two master teacher awards and the PAR BC teaching award. He has published and spoken at national meetings on perioperative pain management in opioid tolerant patients and innovations in epidural anesthesia. He came to canada at 13 as a refugee from Uganda, the country of his birth. He has traveled to Uganda four times over 6 years to teach anesthesia registrars and facilitate surgical programs. He has supported Ugandan registrars and fellows to expand their training at UBC and is enthusiastic about the collaboration with Ugandan and North American Universities to build sustainable expertise and capacity for surgical care in Uganda anchored in education.
Dr. Tony Roche
Duke University, Department of Anesthesia
Anthony (Tony) Roche, MBChB., FRCA., MMed (Anaes), is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at Duke University Medical Center. He attended Medical School at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa followed by an Anaesthesia Residency at the Royal Free and University College London Medical School (North Thames Central Anaesthesia), London, England and a Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia – Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, London, England. Dr. Roche's research interests include coagulation and hemostasis, intravenous fluid therapy and goal-directed volume resuscitation, outcome effects of perioperative coagulation dysfunction, perioperative endothelial dysfunction. His clinical interests are focus on liver transplantation, vascular anaesthesia, goal-directed volume therapy, enhanced recovery after surgery, blood conservation. Dr. Roche Co-chaired the Great Fluid Debate, London (2006), Chaired the 1st and 2nd Great American Fluid Debates (2008 – 2009) and is Co-chairing the Great Canadian Fluid Debate, Montreal, Canada (June 2010). Dr. Roche has a leading role in the Duke Anesthesiology Global Health Initiatives Program, leading 6-monthly teams to Mulago Hospital in Kampala,Uganda.
Dr. Norgrove Penny
Senior Advisor for Physical Impairment, Christian Blind Mission International
Dr. Penny completed his medical degree at the University of Alberta in 1973 and qualified as an orthopaedic specialist in 1977. He then did postgraduate fellowship training in sports medicine at the Wellesley Hospital, University of Toronto; Children’s orthopedics and Sports Medicine at the Children's Hospital Medical Center, Harvard University, Boston; and Children's Orthopedics at the AI du Pont Institute, Thomas Jefferson University, Wilmington Delaware. He has a paediatric orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine practice in Victoria, BC. Dr. Penny has had a long term interest in international orthopedics. Early in his career he did several volunteer assignments in Africa. With his family, he then lived and worked full time for six years in Uganda setting up a children's orthopedic rehabilitation program. Using this experience, he now consults in developing countries around the world and has a part-time position as Senior Advisor in Physical Impairment issues for a non-governmental organization, CBM International, concerned with the problems disabled people face in some of the world's poorest countries. Among his research interests are Ponseti treatment for babies with clubfoot deformity, structural birth defects, chronic osteomyelitis, and prevention of childhood disability in developing countries.
Dr. Ben Khingi
Makerere University, Division of Plastic Surgery
Dr. Ben Khingi is a surgeon in the Plastic Surgery ward at Mulago Hospital, Kampala. He holds a Masters of Medicine in Surgery from Makerere University where his research is focused on the severity and short term outcomes of bomb blast and gunshot injuries in Kampala. He has been involved in the formation and leadership of numerous Ugandan-based plastic surgery initiatives including the Uganda Plastic Surgery and Burns Institute, Acid Survivors Foundation Uganda and Interplast Uganda. Earlier in his career he served as the Head of the Burns Unit at Mulago Hospital. His areas of expertise include reconstructive surgery, surgery and tropical medicine, emergency medicine and biomedical research and qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Committed to training and capacity building, Dr. Khingi is a graduate of numerous specialized courses including the WHO international workshop on Buruli ulcer and its management, hand injury instructional course with specialists from South Africa, primary trauma care management under the auspices of the World Federation of Societies of Anesthesiologists, and war surgery with the ICRC and the Association of Surgeons of Uganda. Dr. Khingi is married and the proud father of three sons.
Mr. Yona Kyamaiso
Operating Room Nurse, Ward 7, Mulago Hospital
Yona Kyamaiso is originally from Western Uganda and completed his nurse training in November 2005 and has been working for the past two years as an operating room nurse in Ward 7 at Mulago Hospital. Yona is married as has two children. His hobbies included touring, reading and watching football matches.