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Welcome to CoRSU

CoRSU is a hospital for people with disabilities. We provide free  life changing orthopaedic and plastic surgery to children (below 18 years)

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CoRSU Clinic Days

CoRSU is open Monday to Friday. Orthopaedic and Plastic Clinics run from 8am to 3pm. Most treated conditions include, clubfoot, cleft lip and palate, osteomyelitis, bow legs, knock knees, post burn contractures and Post Injection Paralysis. You are encouraged to come as early as before 9am.

Ways to Give

80% of physical disability in Uganda can be prevented, reduced or cured. CoRSU provides free life changing surgery to children with disability.

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CoRSU Updates

CoRSU CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY CLOSURE

18th December, 2014 To CoRSU staff, partners and clients Dear All, RE:  CoRSU CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY CLOSURE This is to inform all CoRSU Staff, partners and our dear patients that the hospital will be officially closed on the 19th December 2014 and re-opened on the 2nd of January 2015.  CoRSU...

Disability Sports Event 13th Nov

What:                        CoRSU Disability Sports Event Where:                      CoRSU grounds, on Entebbe road, just after Kawuku, before KisubiWhen:                       Thursday 13th November 2014The Event theme:      ...

Annual Report 2013/2014

Dear Donors, Friends of CoRSU and Patients, we are proud to present to you the CoRSU Annual Report 2013/2014. In it you will find details of the work we did both at the hospital and in the community for the past many months. We believe our...

CoRSU Annual Report 2012/2013

We have pride in presenting to you some of our success stories of our activities and those who made them possible in the last one year. We realize the importance of communicating our cause to all our partners and government, and this CoRSU Annual Report...

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Phoenix Centre (Private wing)

We provide expert and quality care in musculoskeletal health, Plastic and Reconstructive surgery as well Orthopaedic surgery.

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CoRSU Video Documentary

Success Stories

Angel’s Story

Angel’s Story

Angel is 4 years old, as she grew up her knees began bending outward. 

Mercy’s Story

Mercy’s Story

Mercy was born healthy, but at 6 weeks she got burnt by fire caused by...

Steven’s Story

Steven’s Story

Steven was 2 months old and weighed 2.7kgs, when he was brought CoRSU. 

Frank’s story

Frank’s story

Frank is a 5 year old boy from Wakiso District. He was diagnosed with unilateral...

Faith's Story

Faith's Story

Faith, 9 months was born with a cleft lip and palate. 

Ruhweza’s story

Ruhweza’s story

Ruhweza is 2 years, he was born with clubfoot.

Scovia’s story

Scovia’s story

Scovia is an orphan, both her parents died in the LRA insurgency in northern Uganda. 

Francis’s Story

Francis’s Story

Francis is 31 years old from Kalangala district. He was born with a cleft lip...

Henry’s Story

Henry’s Story

Henry was born with a congenital short femur (thigh bone) of the right leg. 

Peter’s Story

Peter’s Story

Peter is 5 years old, a sixth born in the family; he was born healthy,...

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  • Contact us
  • Our Partners
  • Our Main Sponsor

Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services in Uganda (CoRSU)
Plot 125 Kisubi along Entebbe Rd
P.O Box 46, Kisubi, Uganda. 

By Phones: +256 794 900 111/ +256 794 900 104/ +256 794 900 106
By Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CoRSU works with the following organisations in order to achieve its vision, mission and objectives.

Our Partners in Uganda : North Region | Southern Region | Eastern Region | Western Region
Our International Partners: cbm | Smile Train | ALTSO - A Leg to Stand On

CBM has had a presence in Africa since 1967. From the first projects in Tanzania and Ethiopia, CBM’s partners in the Region have multiplied and now comprise a strong network of specialised community services for persons with disabilities across our main mandate areas.

Visit The CBM Website