Frequently Asked Questions

CoRSU stands for Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Uganda. It’s a Hospital located in Kisubi (Entebbe Road), and provides comprehensive medical and rehabilitation services to people living with disability.
CoRSU was started in 2009 with the aim of providing free medical and rehabilitation services to children. Today, with the growing demand and financial challenges in the global market, only children between 0-5years of age receive free treatment. Children between 6 – 17 years of age receive treatment at a subsidized rate, while adults pay fully for their treatment.
CoRSU does not have any other branch. However, the Hospital works in collaboration with partners across the country to mobilise and refer patients to CoRSU for treatment and rehabilitation.
Usually a surgeon will examine the knee before determining the cost of treatment/ surgery.
There’s no known single cause of cleft lip and palate. Scientists are still doing studies to understand the causes. But there are predisposing factors like genetics, lifestyle like taking alcohol while pregnant, using family planning or smoking, environment factors could be contributing factors.
It can be caused by genetic factors, hormonal changes, bone infections or accidents
Yes, a person with bowed legs or knock knees can be treated and their deformity can get corrected.
Yes, we are able to perform breast surgeries at CoRSU.
Depending on ones’ condition, how fast an individual heals, and the complexity of ones’ illness, hospital stay can range from between 2 days to 3months. The medical team is usually interacting with patients and during these interactions, they are informed of the progress during the healing phase, and anything else they may need to know.
To book an appointment with a doctor or surgeon, you can physically come to the Hospital between 8am and 5pm, from Monday to Friday. You can also call 0761002111/ 0761002157 to make a booking. Our customer care email is customercare@corsuhospital.org.