Department of Gynaecology & Endoscopic Surgery


The complexity of modern surgery has increased the demands and challenges to surgical education and the quality control. As a result, the training and education in gynecological endoscopic surgery has been critically reviewed in recent years to enable Clinicians, both surgeons as gynecologists to acquire the requisite psychomotor skills to perform endoscopic surgery. This has led to a reduction in patient morbidity and mortality in the developed world. However, the rate of minimally invasive approaches in major procedures in most African countries, rarely exceeds 4%.

The Department of Gynecology and Endoscopic Surgery of Sali International School of Fertility Medicine was established to provide care, training and carry out research in gynecological pathologies that require surgical treatment using laparoscopic treatment.

Apart from strong continuous professional development certificates, the department offers graduate training for medical doctors to empower them to undertake clinical and research activities at their own institutes.

Department Contact Info

Department of Gynaecology & Endoscopic Surgery

Plot 1214 Bukoto Kisasi Road
P.O Box 16233
Bukoto – Kampala, Uganda

+256 (0) 393 243 328

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

The Department implements an international curriculum in endoscopic diagnosis and surgery (Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic surgery) to train specialists in obstetrics and gynecology who, at the completion of their training, will be prepared to provide advanced minimally invasive surgical management to women with gynecologic conditions.

The department has a modern laparoscopic and hysteroscopic theater backed by a dedicated  specialists skilled in all forms of simple and complex gynecologic endoscopy procedures.


Dr. Edward Tamale Sali

Principal and Founder

Dr Sanyu Drucila Nansiri

Head, Dept of Gynaecology and Endoscopic Surgery

Dr. Ruth Vilayil

Associate Professor

Dr Racheal Byarugaba

Assistant Lecturer

Dr Brenda Karungi

Assistant Lecturer

Dr Debora


Dr Robina Sali

Assistant Lecturer

Dr. Kafuuma Joseph

Assistant Lecturer

Dr. Elizabeth Nakiyingi

Assistant Lecturer