Fungemia caused by uncommon Candida species (UCS) (other than C.albicans, C.glabrata, C.parapsilosis, C.tropicalis, C.krusei) is a rare but emerging threat with their potential to exhibit reduced susceptibility or resistance to antifungal agents. We identified 25 patients with UCS fungemia (9 C.kefyr, 8 C.lusitaniae, 4 C.dubliniensis, 2 C.guilliermondii, 1 C.pelliculosa, 1 C.rugosa) through January 2011 and August 2018. Echinocandins were the most common administered agents, followed by fluconazole. Overall mortality was 44%. Echinocandins and voriconazole showed sufficient activity against all tested isolates. High fluconazole MICs among C.guilliermondii, C.pelliculosa, and C.rugosa were determined. MIC value of C.pelliculosa was above the epidemiological cut-off proposed for fluconazole.