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International Medical Group (Uganda)

International Medical Group
Type Private
Industry Healthcare
Founded 1996
Headquarters Kampala, Uganda
Key people Dr. Ian Clarke, Chairman & Group Managing Director
Services Universities, Medical Schools, Hospitals, Air Ambulances, Medical Insurance
Employees 500+ (2010)
Website http://www.img.co.ug

International Medical Group (IMG), is a conglomerate of health-related businesses, headquartered in Kampala, Uganda. IMG is the leading provider of private medical services in Uganda.[1]

History

IMG was founded by Dr. Ian Clarke, a physician, missionary, philanthropist and businessman, who was born and educated in Northern Ireland, but has resided in Uganda since 1988. The first company in the group, International Hospital Kampala was established in 1996. [2]

Subsidiaries

The member companies of IMG include:[3]

Ownership

The majority of the stock of IMG is owned by Dr. Ian Clarke, the founder of the group. Other minority shareholders include a group based in Mauritius and another minority shareholder group based in the Netherlands.[5]

External links

  • Company Homepage

References

  1. ^ IMG is the leading provider of private medical services in Uganda
  2. ^ Power Point Outline of the IMG Network
  3. ^ About IMG's Network of Companies
  4. ^ IHSU Began Classes in 2008
  5. ^ Shareholding In IMG Uganda
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