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Maternal new born & child health

Family Medical Point champions health education and promoting safe motherhood is among our top priorities as we stride towards eliminating preventable maternal and new-born mortality in Uganda. FMP delivers this through our unique youth led out-reach model that involves engaging men, women and young people on issues concerning their sexual and reproductive health


General Medicine

In Uganda, an episode of malaria costs a household on average 9 US Dollars – about UGX 34,200 or at least 3% of their annual income, according to the country’s Malaria Control Program. Malaria also comprises the largest number of cases walking in for general medicine. Our team is passionate, committed and competently attends to these cases.

Laboratory tests and Ultra Scan

Healthy living means knowing your health status on time and regularly taking tests. The right diagnosis also helps one to seek the right treatment. At FMP we emphasizes embarking on treatment after establishing the diagnosis and counsel our clients to seek first to know their status and take a test before embarking on any treatment.

Dental Care

Oral health education helps to develop desirable health attitude and habits. It passes on reliable dental health information to people and helps to maintain oral hygiene. A visit at our facility in Abaita Ababiri will be worth it or call +256 (0) 751 975 533 and you will be attended to.

Family Planning

The most common reason to take a pregnancy test is a missed period but not all missed periods are indicators of a pregnancy and you can only be sure of this after visiting a family planning expert. Be aware too of unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions. Stay confident keep in touch with our family planning specialist.


Vaccine-preventable diseases still kill more than half of children less than 5 years of age in Africa every year, representing 55% of global deaths caused by vaccine-preventable diseases like measles and polio. Ensure your child completes the recommended immunization doses, a service provided at our facility in Abaita Ababiri. Friday is vaccination and antenatal care day at FMP

Women and Girl Empowerment

FMP works with communities to develop an empowered mass of women, sensitized, trained and aware of their rights to lead a full life. We integrate women and girl empowerment into our health work to ensure the effects of gender based violence, negative cultural practices do not limit any woman’s access to family planning and other reproductive health services.


We provide accurate information to the young people about sexuality and reproductive health. Through outreaches, we also sensitize the young people and deliver vital SRHR services and information