Don’t Under Sell Yourselves Health Minister Tells Teaching Hospital Staff

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Professor Isaac Adewole himself don call on all staff of Federal Teaching Hospitals and Centres across the country to market their strengths, accomplishments and capabilities so as to fit showcase the commitment of Presido Muhammadu Buhari administration to provide confirm and quality healthcare for naija people.

The minister talk this tory for him meeting with management staff of the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital (OAUTH) for Ile-Ife.

The Minister talk say him dey impressed with the things wey the teaching hospital centre don accomplish, say make them continue the good job.

However, he talk say Nigerians too dey unaware of the capacities of the hospitals, say all the things wey dem dey aware of mostly na the unpleasant happenings such as incessant strikes.

“We undersell ourselves,” said the Minister. “We have some of the finest brains you can find.”

Prof. Adewole don also pledge to work with the Chief Medical Director to project the hospital well well. He talk say the Federal Government dey work with Sterling Bank to document the capabilities of Federal Centres so that Nigerians go fit know wetin dem need do and wetin dem fit do.

Briefing the Minister earlier, the Chief Medical Director of the Centre, Professor Adetiloye talk say the hospital don gallant to handle several cases wey Nigerians ordinarily dey go abroad for.

He talk say the hospital get expertise for renal transplants and don train plenty other hospitals on renal care.  “We have provided over 600 laparoscopy surgeries, we have successfully separated siamese twins and performed 14 open heart surgeries. In this facility, we conduct total hip and knee replacement surgeries among others.”

The Minister wey dey on top inspection visit to the facility, also commissioned a 50-bed Maternity Centre and a Pharmacy Complex wey the institution complete.

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