The Board, Management and Staff of National Medical Stores wish all Ugandans a Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year 2015.
Passsionate about your life . .
Hon.State Minister for Health - General Duties ,Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye, flags off mattresses to health facilities in Uganda
Corporate Social Responsibility; Supporting Culture Institutions
The General Manager, Moses Kamabare presenting the contribution (ettoffaali) towards the reconstruction of Kasubi tombs (masiro) to the Katikkiro of Buganda, Owekitibwa Charles Peter Mayiga
Last Mile Delivery System
This ensures that all medicines and medical supplies reach the end user at all government health facilities across the country.
Stock Availability Rate
This has grown to 88% from 44% in five years and is expected to grow to 90% in the near future.
An employee uses a hand held barcode scanner to record stock.
We use ICT solutions to capture correct and accurate detailed information on medicines and other equipment entering and leaving NMS
Fleet Monitoring System (FMS)
In 2011, NMS implemented a Fleet Monitoring System (FMS) which monitors drivers and the condition of the vehicles moving government medicines and other equipment to various destinations.
Our mandate is to procure and distribute medicines and other medical supplies to government health facilities
NMS serves 14 Referral Hospitals/institutes, 47 General Hospitals, 170 Health Centre IVs, 900 Health Centre IIIs and 1, 500 Health Centre IIs.
NMS TEAM RECOGNISED AT THE PALLIATIVE CARE DAY SOCCER GALA 2014
NMS United teams smartly clad in lime green and maroon jerseys
It was a bright sunny day on Saturday 11th October, 2014 at Old Kampala Primary School in commemoration of the World Hospice and Palliative Care Day. The NMS United team was among the companies in attendance and kicked off at 10am with the game against Mildmay.