Gulu University School of Medicine , also known as Gulu University Medical School is the school of medicine of Gulu University, one of Uganda's public universities. The medical school was founded in 2004, two years after Gulu University was established. The school provides medical education at diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.LocationThe school's campus lies within the boundaries of the town of Gulu, the largest urban center in Northern Uganda, approximately 345km, by road, north of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city. The medical school lies about halfway between the main campus of Gulu University and Gulu Regional Referral Hospital. This location houses the administrative block as well as the pre-clinical lecture rooms and laboratories. The coordinates of the school's main campus are:2°46'58.0"N, 32°18'28.0"E (Latitude:2.782778; Longitude:32.307778).OverviewGulu University School of Medicine is synonymous with the Faculty of Medicine at Gulu University. Clinical teaching takes place at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital, the largest government hospital in Northern Uganda and at St. Mary's Hospital Lacor, a state-of-the-art private hospital affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Gulu. Founded in 2004, the school graduated the first class of physicians in January 2010.