The medicine and health services delivery monitoring unit of State House has launched an investigation into the alleged loss of drugs and funds in Soroti regional referral hospital.
The investigations on Friday begand with a head count of all staffs working in the hospital.
Hope Achiro, the deputy director of the health service delivery monitoring unit, says the probe into Soroti refferal hospital stems from numerous public complaints about the deteriorating services at the hospital.
Soroti hospital has in recent times been rocked with controversies, most of which have resulted into recurrent strikes and intrigue.
About three strikes have so far been staged by the staffs protesting against Dr. Phillip Anyama' the medical superintendent's system of administration.
In May, a computer containing vital information on the implementation of HIV/AIDS programme was stolen from the hopsital.
Additionally, Medicine worth 50 million disappeared and seven million shillings meant for the repair of the generator was swindled after it was repaired by former junior minister for Health Mike Mukula.
And at least more than three strikes were staged by staff in month July protesting against the administration.
In August, the RDC soroti, was forced to convene a meeting with the hospital administration and the staff, intended to diffusse the tension at the hospital.
Achiro says they are aware of the problems in the hospital and said that they are working with the police to investigate the matter.