About Us

Landmark General hospital was founded in June of 2008 with a strong desire to provide high quality medical care in Ethiopia. It reflects on  the expansive scope of health services we offer. At present, Landmark general Hospital is providing health care services in various general and specialty areas; including for both local and international governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Vison

To be recognized as quality hospital where motivated professionals strive to meet their clients’ needs

Mission

To provide patient-centered, safe and quality medical services to improve health, well-being and satisfaction of our clients through provision of qualified staff and the most appropriate technologies and working together with knowledge and compassion.

Values

  • Committed to work together across all boundaries to improve health, well-being and satisfaction of our clients
  • Committed to serve with knowledge and compassion 
  • Innovative to be better and do better 
  • We care about dignity and respect of our clients

Our CEO

Prof. Kebede Oli

Prof. Kebede Oli is currently the CEO of Landmark General Hospital, Addis Ababa, and Professor of Medicine at Addis Ababa University. He is also one of the reviewers of the African Journal of Cardiology (2008 – present). Prof. Kebede has served as Dean of Faculty of Medicine at AAU, was the founder and head of the cardiology unit at Addis Ababa University (1988- 1998), Director of the Clinical Epidemiology Unit, Chairman of Editorial Board of Ethiopian Medical Journal (1990 – 2001), Director of Axum and Jimma Hospitals, and as a general practitioner. Prof. Kebede received his Master of Medical Sciences (MMed.Sc.) from University of Newcastle, Australia, as a Rockefeller Scholar. Prof. Kebede was a Fellow in Clinical Cardiology at McGill University. Among the awards he received the most notable ones are the Ethiopian Medical Association’s Award for best physician of the year and role model (2012) and recognition for special contribution for development and growth of Ethiopian Medical Journal (2001). Source: Ethiopian Academy Sciences

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