About Us?

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    Management Structure of the Hospital

    The Hospital has a Management Board, which is statutorily charged with the general policy formulation and governance of the hospital. The Chief Medical Director, who is also the Chief Executive of the Teaching Hospital, is responsible for the day-to-day management of the hospitals affairs. He is assisted by two Directors; the Director of Clinical Services and Training who is also the Chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee and Director of Administration.

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    Introduction

    The University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital belongs to the second (2nd) generation of Teaching Hospitals in the country. The Hospital came into existence on 2nd of May 1980 along with five other hospitals located in Jos, Calabar, Sokoto, Maiduguri and Port Harcourt.
    Temporary Site and Lease Agreement
    The University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital took off in July 1980 and started its operations using as its temporary site, the Ilorin General and Maternity hospitals, which were owned by the Kwara State Government. The formal release of the two hospitals to the Management Board of this Teaching Hospital was done on 1st September 1981 when a lease agreement was signed between the Federal Ministry of Health and the Kwara State Government.
    The University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital remained in these two old sites (General Wing was built in 1955 and Maternity Hospital Wing was built in 1937) till early 2009 when gradual relocation to the Permanent Site commenced. Full movement to the Permanent site from the General Hospital Wing was completed in mid 2010.
    However the training Schools of the Hospital are presently occupying the Maternity wing.
    PERMANENT SITE OF THE HOSPITAL
    The contract for the construction of the 13 phased Permanent Site of the hospital was awarded by the Federal Government in 1981. The contract commenced on the 13th of April 1981 but the project was abandoned when it reached only 33% completion stage on 20th December 1985. In August 2000, construction work resumed at the Permanent Site and Building One (1) was constructed then.
    This Hospital is privileged to be one of the 8 Teaching Hospitals in the country to have benefitted from $8 million VAMED Engineering Co. Ltd. Medical Equipment supply which was a key health project of the Obasanjo Administration. To this end, building six (6) comprising the Radiology Department and the main Theatre became the next priority. This is because the VAMED project required that physical infrastructures should be put in place before the installation of various equipment. The Federal Government also, approved contracts for the pre-installation works to be carried out at the Permanent Site of the Hospital. This involved the completion of the space required and the provision of mechanical and electrical services for Building six built to house Radiology complex, 8 operating theatres, and an ICU. Through the VAMED Project, UITH became a recipient of state-of- the-art Radio-diagnostic, Surgical, Medical and laboratory equipment.

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    Comprehensive health centres

    This Hospital has three Comprehensive Health Centres under its control. Presently, the three Health Centres are funded by the Federal Government but the first two (2) were attached to each Teaching Hospital as part of its basic Health Care Services under the Fourth National Development plan, 1981-1985.
    Our Comprehensive Health Centres are:
    i. Comprehensive Health Centre, Esie:
    This is a 35-bedded Health centre under the Management of this Hospital. It is located at Esie in Irepodun Local Government Area of Kwara State and it is about 45km away from Ilorin. It is a centre for active Primary Health Care services. It was commissioned in 1983.
    ii. Comprehensive Health Centre, Ihima, Kogi State:This is another 35 bedded Health Centre being managed by this Teaching Hospital. It is located at Ihima, in Ihima Local Government area of Kogi State. It is about 365km away from Ilorin and it has been playing a notable role in meeting the Health Care needs of that densely populated area of Kogi state since it started functioning in 1987. It has not been formally commissione
    iii. Muslim Ummah Hospital Centre, Kishi Oyo State:This is another 86 bedded Health centre being managed by this Teaching Hospital. It is located at Kishi in Irepo Local Government area of Oyo State. It is about 110km away from Ilorin and it is playing notable role in meeting the Health Care needs of the people in the local government area of Oyo State
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    Objectives of the Hospital
    The objectives for which the Hospital was set up are:
    i.  To Train Medical and Paramedical Personnel
    ii. To deliver Health Care Services
    iii.To serve as referral Centre for other Hospitals around and
    iv.To conduct researches
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    Commissioning

    The former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo Commissioned the Permanent Site of the Hospital on Friday 25th May, 2007.
    Immediately after the commissioning, the Management went into action by setting up a Committee to fine tune the logistics for movement to the Permanent Site. The movement of the offices of the two Directors was effected and all the Consultants Clinics followed with full operation at the Permanent Site.
    The entire Hospital community finally moved in phases, to the Permanent Site in 2010.
    There is provision of uninterrupted water and electricity supply at the site.

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    Our Vision and Mission

    Vision: To transform University of llorin Teaching Hospital to be the hub of quality and standard healthcare service delivery in Africa by the year 2019, a player in the delivery of quality healthcarc service globally and expand the frontiers of the hospital in healthcare delivery by the year 2021.

    Mission: This is to be attained through provision of quality and standard healthcare delivery that is second to none in Africa by the year 2019, and one of the global healthcare service institutions by the year 2021 regardless of clients statuses or creeds through quality researches, training (capacity building, manpower development and staff motivation) and services. Creation of industrial harmony in the hospital among health unions, stakeholders, as well as bolstering of staff dedication to duty; Providing high degrees of service satisfaction to our clients as well as job satisfaction to staff; Partnering locally, nationally and internationally with reputable organisations (through PPP); Attracting funds from entrepreneurs and stakeholders of high repute; Operation of clients-centred administration where the clients are KINGS; And the deployment of state-of-the art, hi-tech equipments for the management (diagnoses, treatments & follow-ups) of clients, to create a WORLD CLASS HEALTH INSTITUTION.

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    Broad service objective

    Provide functional and efficient health service in multi-professional and multi-disciplinary Team.
    (b) Provide quality care by responding to the patients total health need with integrated, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services and considering the patients as integral part of a family and the community.
    (c) Offer an efficient and sustainable care system that is prompt, precise and comprehensive in a friendly atmosphere with adequate feedback mechanisms to meet customers’ needs and expectation.
    (d) Provide a healthy environment for the delivery of health care services as an adjunct to promoting healing and improved care outcome.
    (e) Pursue training of medical manpower through the provision of incentives, impacting motivational knowledge and skill enhancement for services staff.
    (f) To engage in task-oriented training programmes for all staff.
    (g) Promote an environment for research in the overall interest of the patient.
    (i) To promote staff welfare in all its ramifications.

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    Membership of society for telemedicine and health in Nigeria (SFTEHIN)

    This Hospital is certificated as Institutional member of the society for Telemedicine and Health in Nigeria (SFTEHIN). SFTEHIN is the national representative members of the International Society for Telemedicine and Health. It is a multidisciplinary composition with various membership categories to bring together the various experts in health care and ICT in Nigeria in order to breach the gap between them. This however enables the society to identity the areas of helping institutions in terms of telemedicine development. Accordingly, educational opportunities are available internationally through the society’s partners and opportunity of collaborating with other institutions that have developed telemedicine.

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    Clinical services departments
    1. Anaesthesia
    2. Behavioural Sciences
    3. Chemical Pathology & Immunology
    4. Ear, Nose &Throat
    5. Epid &Community Health
    6. Family Medicine
    7. Health Information Management
    8. Haematology &Blood Transfusion
    9. Internal Medicine
    10. Microbiology &Parasitology
    11. Morbid Anatomy & Pathology
    12. Medical Social Services
    13. Nursing Services
    14. Obstetrics & Gynaecology
    15. Ophthalmology
    16. Pharmacy
    17. Paediatrics & Child Health
    18. Physiotherapy
    19. Radiology
    20. Surgery
    21. Nutrition & Dietetics
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    Administrative & Support Services Department
    1. Central Administration, Board Matters & Tenders
    2. Personnel &Training Matters
    3. Planning, Research & Statistics
    4. Finance & Accounts.
    5. Catering & Dietetics
    6. Stores & Supplies
    7. Security
    8. Works & Engineering
    9. Audit.
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    Bed complement and available beds in the hospital

    WARDS

    BED COMPLEMENT

    AVAILABLE BEDS

    Renal Ward

    8

    8

    Post Natal Surgery Ward

    26

    26

    Antenatal Ward

    20

    20

    Post Natal Medical Ward

    32

    32

    Female Medical Ward 1

    30

    30

    Female Medical Ward 2

    30

    30

    Male Medical Ward 1

    32

    32

    Male Medical Ward 2

    30

    30

    Male Surgery Ward 1

    30

    30

    Male Surgery Ward 2

    30

    30

    Female Surgery Ward

    30

    30

    N.I.C.U.

    26

    26

    Labour Ward

    10

    10

    E.N.T.

    14

    14

    Eye

    12

    12

    O & G Emergency Ward

    16

    16

    Gynae Ward

    30

    30

    A/E Medical Ward

    23

    23

    A/E Surgery Ward

    38

    38

    V.I.P.

    24

    24

    PSY (Behavioural Science)

    30

    30

    I.C.U. bed availability

    5

    5

    Paed Medical Ward

    30

    30

    Paed Surgery Ward

    26

    26

    E.P.U.

    26

    26

    Total

    600

    600

     

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    Clinical Services Departments
    1. Anaesthesia
    2. Behavioural Sciences
    3. Chemical Pathology & Immunology
    4. Ear, Nose &Throat
    5. Epid &Community Health
    6. Family Medicine
    7. Health Information Management
    8. Haematology &Blood Transfusion
    9. Internal Medicine
    10. Microbiology &Parasitology
    11. Morbid Anatomy & Pathology
    12. Medical Social Services
    13. Nursing Services
    14. Obstetrics & Gynaecology
    15. Ophthalmology
    16. Pharmacy
    17. Paediatrics & Child Health
    18. Physiotherapy
    19. Radiology
    20. Surgery
    21. Nutrition & Dietetics

     

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    Administrative & support services departments
    1. Central Administration, Board Matters & Tenders
    2. Personnel &Training Matters
    3. Planning, Research & Statistics
    4. Finance & Accounts.
    5. Catering & Dietetics
    6. Stores & Supplies
    7. Security
    8. Works & Engineering
    9. Audit.

     

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    Broad service objective

    Provide functional and efficient health service in multi-professional and multi-disciplinary Team.
    (b) Provide quality care by responding to the patients total health need with integrated, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services and considering the patients as integral part of a family and the community.
    (c) Offer an efficient and sustainable care system that is prompt, precise and comprehensive in a friendly atmosphere with adequate feedback mechanisms to meet customers’ needs and expectation.
    (d) Provide a healthy environment for the delivery of health care services as an adjunct to promoting healing and improved care outcome.
    (e) Pursue training of medical manpower through the provision of incentives, impacting motivational knowledge and skill enhancement for services staff.
    (f) To engage in task-oriented training programmes for all staff.
    (g) Promote an environment for research in the overall interest of the patient.
    (i) To promote staff welfare in all its ramifications.
     

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    Principle of our services

    The pivotal principle underlying our services is customer satisfaction which is the ultimate indicator for assessing the quality of our services. To this end our services are structured as follows:

    General Service Environment
    1. Efficiency
    2. Promptness
    3. Cleaningness
    4. Courtesy
    5. Comfort

    Nature of Service
    1. Affordable
    2. Available
    3. Accessible
    4. Reliable
    5. Flexible

    Standard of Care
    1. Evidence based
    2. Best practices
    3. Bioethics
    4. Conformity to international standards

    Ethics of Services
    1. Punctuality
    2. Discipline
    3. Professionalism
    4. Confidentiality

    Support Services
    1. Backup power supply
    2. Internal generation of water supply
    3. Efficient inter and intra-department communication
    4. Efficient transport services
    5. Adequate supply and procurement mechanism

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    List of Consultant/Specialties

    List of Consultant/Specialties

    Department of Medicine

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1.

    Prof. A.B. O. Omotoso

    MBBS,(Ibadan).FWACP,FACP,Cert. in Health Planning & Mgt.

    Internal Medicine/Cardiology/GMC

    2.

    Prof. E. O. Okoro

    MBBS, FWACP,  M. Phil

    Internal Medicine/Endocrinology

    3.

    Prof. A Chijioke

    MBBS, FWACP

    Internal Medicine/Nephrology

    4.

    Prof. I. A. Katibi

    MBBS, MBA,FWACP,MD,FACC

    Internal Medicine /Cardiology/GMC

    5.

    Prof. A.K. Salami

    MBBS, FWACP, Cert. in Health Planning & Mgt

    Internal Medicine/Respiratory

    6.

    Dr. E.O. Sanya

    MBCHB, MSC, PhD, FWACP, FACP, Cert. Neurol

    Internal Medicine/Neurology

    7.

    Dr. A. B. Olokoba

    MBBS,.FWACP,MPH

    Internal Medicine/Gastroentology

    8.

    Dr. P.M. Kolo

    MBBS,FMCP, MD, FACC

    Internal Medicine/Cardiology/GMC

    9.

    Dr. K.W. Wahab

    MBBS,. FMCP, MPH, Cert.in Health Planning & Mgt.

    Internal Medicine/Neurology

    10.

    Dr. E. A. Fawibe

    MBBS,.FMACP,FCCP

    Internal Medicine/Respiratory

    11.

    Dr. A.N. Adamu

    MBBS,.FMCP

    Internal Medicine/ Endocrinology

    12.

    Dr. T. O. Olanrewaju

    MBBS,.FMCP

    Internal Medicine/Nephrology

    13.

    Dr. J. K. Olarinoye

    MBBS, FWACP

    Endocrinology

    14.

     

    Dr. O. O. Desalu

    MBBS,.FMCP

     

    Internal Medicine/ Respiratory

    15.

    Dr. O.O. Ogunmodede

    MBBS,FWACP

    Internal Medicine/Cardiology/GMC

    16.

    Dr. N. Ilesanmi

    MBBS, FWACP

    Dermatology

    17.

    Dr. R. O. Akintayo

    MBBS, FWACP

    Rheumatology

    18.

    Dr. M. O. Bojuwoye

    MBBS, FMCP

    Gastroenterology

    19.

    Dr. H. A. Bello

    MBBS, FWACP

    Neurology

     

     

    Department of Behavioural Sciences

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. O. A. Abiodun

    MBBS, FMC  Psych

    Psychiatry (Community /General Hospital Psychiatry)

    2

    Dr. A. B. Makanjuola

    MBBS, FWACP Psych

    Psychiatry(General  Psychiatry/Trans-Cultural Psychiatry/Substance Abuse)

    3

    Prof.  A.D.  Yusuf

    MBBS, FWACP Psych

    Psychiatry(General Psychiatry/Forensic Psychiatry/Occupational Psychiatry)

    4

    Dr. (Mrs) M. F. Tunde-Ayinmode

    MBBS, FMC Psych

    Psychiatry(General Psychiatry/Child&Adolescent Psychiatry and Women Mental Health)

    5

    Dr. P.O. Ajiboye

    MBBS, FWACP Psych

    Psychiatry(General Psychiatry/Consultation Liaison Psychiatry/Substance Abuse)

    6

    Dr. B. A. Issa

    MBBS, FWACP Psych

    Psychiatry(General Psychiatry/Community/Psychiatry Epidemiology/Social Psychiatry)

    7

    Dr. (Mrs.) Adegunloye O.A

    MBBS, FWACP Psych

    Psychiatry(General Psychiatry/Child&Adolescent Psychiatry Psycho Sexual Psychology)

    8

    Dr. (Mrs.) I.N. Buhari

    MBBS, FWACP Psych

    Psychiatry(General Psychiatry/Community Psychiatry/Consultation Psychiatry/WomenMental Health)

    9

    Dr. Olarenwaju T G.

    General Psychiatry/forensic Psychiatry

     

    Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. A.W.O. Olatinwo

    MBBS, FWACS

    Reproductive Endocrinology/infertility

    2

    Prof. A.P. Aboyeji

    MBBS, FWACS

    Fetomaternal medicine

    3

    Prof.  A.A.G. Jimoh

    MBBS, FWACS

    Reproductive Endocrinology

    4

    Prof. A.A. Fawole

    MBBS, FWACS

    Gynaecology oncology

    5

    Prof. M.A. Ijaiya

    MBBS, FWACS

    Urogynaecology

    6

    Prof. O.R. Balogun

    MBBS, FWACS

    Infertility and Family Planning

    7

    Dr. I. F. Abdul

    MBBS,FWACS

    Gynaecology/ oncology

    8

    Dr. (Mrs.) Olarinoye O.A.

    FWACS,MBCHB

    Gynaecological endocrinology/Infertility

    9

    Dr. (Mrs.) R. Saidu

    MBBS, FWCOG

    Gynaecologic Oncology and Cancer Epidemiology

    10

    Dr. (Mrs.) K. T. Adesina

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCOG

    Gynaecological endocrinology/Infertility

    11

    Dr. G. Ezeoke

    MBBS, FWACS

    Gynaecological Oncology

    12

    Dr. H. O. Raji

    MBBS, FWACS

    Fetomaternal Medicine

    13

    Dr. L.O. Omokanye

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCOG

    Endocrinology Infertility

     

    Laparo Endoscopy

    14

    Dr. A. S. Adeniran

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCOG

    Fetomaternal Medicine

     

    Department of Haematology & Blood Transfusion

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Dr. A. S. Babatunde

     

    MBBS, FWACP

    Haematological Malignancies/Coagulation

    2

    Dr. (Mrs) H.O. Olawunmi

    MBBS, FWACP

    Haematologist Blood Transfusion & HIV

    3

    Dr. (Mrs) I.A. Durotoye

    MBBS, FWACP

    Haematologist Coagulation Clinic

    4

    Dr. O. A. Shittu

    MBBS, FWACP

    Haematologist Blood Transfussion & Haematological Oncology

    Department of Microbiology & Parasitology

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    Prof. C. Nwabuisi

    MBBS, FMC Path, Msc

    STD and Diarrhea disease

    Prof. A.A. Akanbi II

    MBBS, FMC Path,

    Enterobacteriaceace and Antimicrobial resistance

    Dr. A. Fadeyi

    MBBS, FMC Path,

    Nosocomial Infections

     

     

    Department of Radiology

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. D.A. Nzeh

    MBBS, FMCR, FWACS,FRCR

    Neuroradiology and Paediatrics Radiology

    2

    Prof. A.E. Oguntoyinbo

    MBBS,FWACS

    Obstetrics and Gyneacology Radiology

    3

    Prof. K. T. Braimoh

    MBBS, FWACS

    O &G /Musculoskeletal Radiology

    4

    Dr. O.A.M. Adesiyun

    MBBS, FWACS

    Uroradiology

    5

    Dr. I.O Oyinloye

    MBBS, FWACS,FMCR

    Neuroradiology

    6

    Dr. (Mrs.)  H. J Akande

    MBBS, FMCR

    Mammography and Cardiovascular Radiology

    7

    Dr. I.B. Aremu

    MBBS, FMCR

    Gastro intestinal/ Neuroradiology

    8

    Dr. (Mrs.) B. B. Olafimihan

    MBBS, FWACS

    Mammography / O & G Radiology

     

    Department of Pathology

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. E.A.O. Afolayan

    Histopathology with bias in Lymph node Pathology and Cancer Registration

    2

    Prof. M.O. Buhari

    Histopathology with bias in renal pathology and Gynaecological Pathology

    3

    Dr. K. A. Adeniji

    Histopathology with bias in Breast Pathology and Cancer Registration

    4

    Dr. O.O.K. Ibrahim

    Histopathology with bias in gastrointestinal Pathology and Cytopathology.

    Department of Epidemiology & Community Health

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof.  A. O. Awoyemi

    Environmental & Occupational Health

    2

    Prof. T. M. Akande

    MBBS, FWACP

    Health Administration & Management

    3

    Prof. G.K. Osagbemi

    MBBS, FWACP

    Epidemiology, Primary Health Care  & Disaster Management

    4

    Prof. O.I. Musa

    MBBS, FWACP, FMCPH

    Epidemiology & Environmental Health

    5

    Dr. I. S. Abdulraheem

    MBBS, FWACP

    Epidemiology & Biostatistics

    6

    Dr. Salaudeen A.G.

    MBBS, FWACP

    Epidemiology

    7

    Dr. S. A. Aderigbigbe

    MBBS, FWACP

    Reproductive Health

    8

    Dr. M. J. Saka

    MBBS, FWACP

    Health Management

    9

    Dr. Bolarinwa A.O.

    Epidemiology and Health Information Management

    10

    Dr. M. M. B. Uthman

    Biostatistics, Occupational Health and Evidence – Based Health Care

    11

    Dr. H A. Ameen

    Epidemiology and Health Information Management

        

                                                     

    Department of ENT

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. F. E. Ologe

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCORL

    General ORL, otology,

    Neuro- Otalogy

    2

    Prof. A. D. Dunmade

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCORL

    General ORL, Paediatric ORL

    3

    Dr. Segun Segun- Busari,

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCORL

    General ORL, Advanced Rhinology & Allergic Disorders.

    4

    Prof. B.S. Alabi

    MBBS, FWACS

    General ORL

    Head & Neck Surgery

    5

    Dr. O. A. Afolabi

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCORL

    General ORL, Rhinology

    6

    Dr. Omokanyye H.K

    General ORL, Rhinology

    Department of Surgery

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1.

    Dr. A. L. Babaita

    MBBS, FRCS, FWACS

    Urology & General  Surgery

     

    2.

    Prof. S. B. Agaja

    MBBS, FRCS, (Dublin) FWACS

    Orthopaedics & Trauma

    3.

    Prof. T. O. Odebode

    B.Be Hon., MB.CHB, FMCS (Gen. Surgery)

    FWACS (Neuro Surgery) FICS

    Neurology Surgery

    4.

    Prof. S. A. Kuranga

    MBBS, FRCS, FWACS, cert in Health Mgt.

    Urology

    5.

    Dr. G. A. Abdulrahman

    MBBS, FWACS

    General Surgery

    6.

    Dr. M. D. Adesina

    MBBS, FWACS

    General Surgery

    7.

    Dr. I. O. Olaoye

    MBBS, FWACS

    General Surgery

    8.

    Prof. J. O. Adeniran

    MBBS, FRCS, FWACS, FRCS Dtp Paed. Surgery

    Paediatrics Surgery

    9.

    Prof. I. A. Lawal

    MBBS, FWACS

    Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

    10.

    Dr. M. O. Babalola

    MBBS, FWACS

    Orthopaedic & Trauma

    11.

    Dr. L. O. Abdulrahman

    Paediatrics Surgery

    12.

    Dr. Adeoye P. O

    MBBS, FWACS

    Cardiothoracic Surgeon

    13.

    Dr. Ofoegbu C.K.P.

    MBBS, FWACS

    Cardiothoracic Surgeon

    14.

    Dr. A.A. Ajape

    MBBS, FWACS

    Urology Surgeon

    16.

    Dr. A.B. Aderibigbe

    Plastic Surgery

    17.

    Dr. S. A. Olatoke

    MBBS, FWACS

    General Surgery

    18.

    Dr. A. Popoola

    MBBS, FWACS

    Urology

    19.

    Dr. Ahmed B.A

    MBBS, FWACS

    Orthopaedics Surgery

    20.

    Dr. Nasir A.A

    MBBS, FWACS

    Paediatrics Surgery

    21.

    Dr. Adeyemi M. F.

    MBBS, FWACS

    Dental Surgery

    22.

    Dr. O. T. Ajiboye

    A & E Medicine

    23.

    Dr. S. Agodirin

    General Surgery

    24.

    Dr. A. S. Yusuf

    Neurology Surgery

    25.

    Dr. A. O.  Olawepo

    Orthopaedic Surgery

    26.

    Dr. (Mrs.) A. M. Ernest

    Child Dental Surgery

    27.

    Dr. G. H. Ibraheem

    Orthopaedic Surgery

    28.

    Prof. Bello J. O

    Urology Surgery

    29.

    Dr. A. A. Musa

    General Surgery

    30.

    Dr. Habeeb O. G

    General Surgery

    31.

    Dr. A.A. Adeyeye

    Consultant Surgeon

    32.

    Dr. (Mrs.) S. A. Aliyu

     Neurosurgery

    33.

    Dr.  W. Suleiman

    Neurosurgery

    34.

    Dr. A. O. Ogunkeyede

    Plastic

    Department of Anaesthesia

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Dr. B. O, Bolaji

    MBBS, DA, FMCA, FWACS

    Anaesthesia for Urology, General Surgery, Neurosurgery, resuscitative Medicine and Intensive Care

    2

    Dr. I. K. Kolawole

    MBBS, DA, FWACS

    Regional Anaesthesia, Pain and Palliative care, Obstetrics Analgesia and Anaesthesia

    3

    Dr. O.O. Oyedepo

    MBBS, FWACS

    Paediatrics Anaesthesia, Anaesthesia for ENT, Resuscitative Medicine and Obstetrics Anaesthesia.

    4

    Dr. O. A. Ige

    MBBS,  FWACS

    Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia, regional Anaesthesia and Ophthalmic  an Anaesthesia

    5

    Dr. Z. A. Suleiman

    MBBS, FWACS

    Regional Anaesthesia, Interventional Pain management and Palliative care.

    6

    Dr. Adeboye M.B.

    Neuro Anaesthesia Obstetrics Analgesia and Anaesthesia regional Anaesthesia.

    7.

    Dr. Oni J.O.

    MBBS, FMCA

    Neuroanaesthesia and Critical Care

    8.

    Dr. Oyewopo C. I.

    MBBS, FWACS

    Neuroanaesthesia and Obstetric Anaesthesia

     

    Department of Paediatrics

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. W.B.R Johnson

    MBBS (IB) FWACP (paed)

    Pulmonology

    2

    Prof. A Ojuawo

    MBBS, FMC (Paed).

    Gastroenterology/Neurology

    3

    Prof. O. A Mokuolu

    MBBS, FWACP (Paed)

    Neonatology/Malariology

    4

    Prof. O.T. Adedoyin

    MBBS, FWACP (Paed)

    Nephrology

    5

    Prof. S. K. Ernest

    MBBS, FWACP  (Paed)

    Haematology / Infectious diseases &  Community Child Health.

    6

    Dr. Gobir I.A.

    MBBS, FMC Paed

    Adolescent Medicine / Child Psychiatry

    7

    Dr. O.O. Adesiyun

    MBBS, FMC Paed

    Neonatology/Endocrinology

    8

    Dr. O. A. Adegboye

    MBBS, FMC Paed

    Gastroenterology / Nutrition/ Oncology

    9

    Dr. M.A. N Adeboye

    MBBS, FMC Paed

    Neurology

    10

    Dr. Afolabi J.K. MBBS, FMC Paed

    Cardiology

    11

    Dr (Mrs.) Saka  O.A MBBS, FMC Paed

    Nutrition / Gastroenterology

    12

    Dr. (Mrs) S. O. Katibi

    MBBS, FMC paed

    Dermatology

    13

     Dr. T.O. Obasa MBBS, FWACP,FMC pead

    Neonatology

    14

    Dr. Abdulkadir A.M. MBSS, FMC paed

    Cardiology

    15

    Dr. Olaosebikan R.R. MBBS, FWACP (Paed)

    Haematology

    16

    Dr. (Mrs.) Ibraheem RM, MBBS, FWACP (Pead)

    Pulmonology

     

    Department of Ophthalmology

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. A. O. Mahmoud

    MBBS, (ABU), FMCOph; FWACS, FICS, Cert. Vitero –retinal Surgery

    Vitreo- retinal Surgery

    2

    Prof. J. F. A Owoeye

    MBBS,FWACS,FICS,FACS, Cert.HP Mgt.

    Oculoplasty, facial aesthetics and Oncology

         

    3

    Prof. F. O. Olatunji

    MBBS,FMC Ophth, FICS

    Glaucoma

    4

    Dr. Mrs. D.S Ademola-Popoola

    MBBS,FWACS, FMC Ophth

    Paediatric Ophthalmology strabismus and Oncology

    5

    Dr. (Mrs.) F. G. Adepoju

    MBBS,FWACS.FMC Ophth, FICS

    Corneal and Anterior segment, Community Ophthalmology

         

    6

    Dr. (Mrs.)V. A. Olatunji

    MBBS,FWACS Ophthal

     

    7.

    Dr. (Mrs.) T.S. Obajolowo

    MBBS, FWACS, FMCOph.

     

    Department of Family Medicine

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Dr. K, M Alabi

    MBBS, FWACP

    Family Medicine

    2

    Dr. L.O. Odeigah

    MBBS, FWACP

    Family Medicine

    3

    Dr. B. A. Ayinmode

    MBBS, FWACP, FMCGP

    Family Medicine

    4

    Dr. S. I. Kuranga

    Family Medicine

    5

    Dr. Olafimihan K.O.

    General Medical Practice/ HOD A/E

    6

    Dr. F. A Olagunju

    MBBS, FWACP

    Family Medicine

     

     

    Department of Chemical Pathology & immune.

    No

    Name

    Specialities/Sub-specialities

    1

    Prof. A. B  Okeshina

    Lipidology

    2

    Prof. A.A. Akande

    Lipidology

    3

    Dr. S. A Biliaminu

    Clinical Enzymology

    4

    Dr. Abdulazeez I.M.

    Endocrinology

     

    4.0       BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE TEACHERS (BMST) OFFERING SUPPORT SERVICES

    1.         Professor L. Edungbola                                  Microbiology, Medical parasitology

                B.Sc (Hon) PHD

    2.         Prof. (Mrs) O. E. Olorundare                           Pharmacology

                M.Sc Ph.D

    3.         Prof A. O Soladoye                                           Physiology

                B.Sc (hons) ECFMC Cert MBBS, Ph.D

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    Consultant clinics time -table

    DAYS

    Text Box: CONSULTANTS CLINICS TIME - TABLE

     

    MORNING

     

    CONSULTING / FIRM

    DAYS

    AFTERNOON

    CONSULTING / FIRM

    MONDAY

    SOPD - GENERAL

    SURG

    ORTHO-CLINIC

    PAEDIATRIC – SCD

     

     

    DR. ADESINA

    PROF. AGALA/

    DR. BABALOLA

    PROF. ERNEST

    MONDAY

    MOPD – NEURO – MED

     

    PAEDIATRIC – GROWTH & DEV.

    DR. SANYA

    DR. ABDULWAHAAB

     

    PROF. MOKUOLU

    TUESDAY

    SOPD GEN – SURG

    SOPD – CTSU

    MOPD – RENAL

    PAED –

    NUTRITION/GIT

    PAED. – RESPIRATORY

    DR. RAHMAN/

    DR. OLATOKE

    DR. ADEOYE

    PROF. KATIBI

    DR. ADERIBIGBE/

    PROF. CHIJIOKE

    DR. SAKA/

    DR. ADEGBOYE

    PROF. JOHNSON

    TUESDAY

     

     

    SOPD – ORTHO

    MOPD GIT

    MOPD –

    DERMATOLOGY

    PAED.-

    CARDIOLOGY

    DR. JIMOH/

    DR. AHMED

    PROF. FAKUNLE/

    DR. OLOKOOBA

    DR. AFOLABI

    WEDNESDAY

    SOPD – GEN SURG

    SOPD – NEURO SURG

    MOPD – GMC/ADULT

    SCD

     

    PAED – PAED

    SURGERY

    PROF.  MUSA

    PROF. ODEBODE

    DR. ADERIBIGBE/

    DR. OLAREWAJU/

    PROF. CHIJIOKE

    PROF. ADENIRAN

    DR. ABDULRAHMAN

    DR. NASIR

    WEDNESDAY

    SOPD –

    PLASTICSURG

    SOPD –

    MAXILOFACIAL

     

    MOPD –

    ENDOCRINOLOGY

     

    PROF. ADIGUN

     

    DR. ADEYEMI

     

    PROF. OKORO

    DR. ADAMU

    THURSDAY

    SOPD – GENERAL

    SURGERY

    SOPD – UROLOGY

     

     

     

    PAED – NEUROLOGY

    CLINIC

    DR. OLAOYE

    DR. BABAITA

    PROF. KURANGA

    DR. POPOOLA

    DR. AJAPE

    PROF. OJUAWO

    DR. ADEBOYE

    THURSDAY

    MOPD – CARDIOLOGY

     

    PROF. OMOTOSHO / DR. KOLO

    FRIDAY

    PAED – NEPHROLOGY

    PAED –

    DERMATOLOGY

    PROF. ADEDOYIN

    DR. (MRS.) KATIBI

    FRIDAY

                  -

               -

     

    PSYCHIATRIC CLINICS

     

    DAY

    MORNING

    AFTERNOON

    CONSULTANTS

    Monday

    General  Adult

    Clinic

     

    Dr. Issa B.A.

    Dr. (Mrs.)Buhari O. I. N.

    Tuesday

    General  Adult

    Clinic

     

    Dr. (Mrs.) Tunde Ayinmode

    Dr.(Mrs.) Adegunloye

    Prof. Abiodun

    Thursday

    General  Adult

    Clinic

    Substance use disorder

    Dr. Makanjuola

    Prof. Yusuf

    Dr. Olanrewaju

    Friday

    Child &

     Adolescent

    Generation

    Clinic

    Dr. (Mrs.)Tunde Ayinmode

    Dr.(Mrs.) Adegunloye

     

    Staff Clinic

    Medical Test Expanded Programme on immunization (E. P. I.) every  Thursday  (Prof. Awoyemi)

    OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY CLINICS

    DAY

    CLINIC

    CONSULTANTS

    Monday

    Antenatal

    Booking clinic

     

    All Consultants

    Tuesday

    PINK FIRM

    Antenatal clinic

    Postnatal Clinic

    Gynaecology clinic

     

    Prof. Aboyeji

    Prof. Fawole

    Dr. Adesina

    Dr. Olarinoye

    Wednesday

    YELLOW FIRM

    Antenatal clinic

    Postnatal clinic

    Gynaecology clinic

    Prof. Olatinwo

    Prof. Ijaiya

    Dr. Raji

    Dr. Adeniran

     

    Thursday

    GREEN FIRM

    Antenatal clinic

    Postnatal clinic

    Gynaecology clinic

     

    Prof. Jimoh

    Dr. Saidu

    Dr. Omokanye

    Friday

    BLUE FIRM

    Antenatal clinic

    Postnatal clinic

    Gynaecology clinic

     

    Prof. Balogun

    Dr. Abdul

    Dr. Ezeoke

    Monday - Friday

    FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC

    Prof. Balogun

                         

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    Special Facilities
    1. VIP Ward

    It is a ward with, exclusive and luxuriously furnished private rooms with dedicated facilities, staff and unique procedures.

    1. Amenity ward within the VIP Ward

    For the comfort of the higher – middle income clients requiring in-patient care during pregnancy

    1. Family Executive Care Unit (FECU)

    This is Retainership facility for family & corporate organizations.

    1. Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

    It is a specialized hospital facility where critically ill-patients are treated. The UITH ICU has ventilators, constant Oxygen, monitors and specially trained team of ICU experts. 

    1. Accident & Emergency Unit (A&E)

    It is the most strategically located Emergency Unit between ABUTH, Zaria and UCH, Ibadan i.e. the North & the South. It offers a wide range of medical and surgical interventions.

    1. Emergency Paediatric Unit (EPU)
    1. Renal Care Centre: It is equipped with 3 dialysis machines and possessing one of the latest technologies in Haemodialysis.
    1. Cardia Pulmonary Assessment Unit

    Equipped with Echocardiography, treadmill, ECG and spirometry.

    1. Fetal Monitoring Unit

    Based in the labour and delivery Unit and fitted with Ultra sound machine and cardiotocograph which allows for foetal assessment in pregnancy.

    1. Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

    It is a level Iib type of NICU and it operates on the basis of appropriate technology. UITH NICU has pioneered many innovative equipment in the care of the newborn. Pre-term babies from 700 grams are conveniently managed in this unit.

    1. Establishment of Fertility Centre (IVF)

    The Unit is establishment with the Primary aim of providing succor to couple having challenges with conception. The Unit will provide services such as intrauterine, Invitro fertilization (IVF) intracytoplamic soerin hyection (ICSI) cryopreservation of semen, cryopreservation of Embryo, semen analysis, Laparascopic surgery and Endocrinological Analysis, amongst others.

    1. Trauma centre

    A philanthropist and legal luminary, Mallam Yusuf Alli recently donated a Trauma centre to the hospital.

    The centre which is a 10 bedded Trauma centre equipped with (2) two ventilators and individual patient Monitors, was Commissioned on September 21st, 2012 and it became operational on November 4th, 2012. The centre has been well utilized for critical Trauma and Neo surgical cases.

  •  
    The buildings at the permanent site

     Building one (1)

    This consists of the following:

    1. 20 bedded Renal Care Centre
    2. Consultants Clinics
    3. 20 Bedded Emergency Paediatric Unit (EPU)
    4. Cardio Pulmonary Unit (CPU)
    5. Pharmacy Unit.
    6. Medical Records Unit
    7. Physiotherapy Unit
    8. ICT Unit
    9. Office & Reception
    10.Revenue Unit


    Building two (2)

    The building is referred to as Family Medicine department with different Units.

    The Units are as follows:

    1. Pharmacy Unit
    2. Dressing Room (1)
    3. Injection Room (1)
    4. Triage room (1)
    5. Phlebotomy Unit (1)
    6. Revenue pay Unit (2)
    7. Paediatrics Unit (1)
    8. Adolescent Clinic (1)
    9. Well Adult Clinic
    10. Observation room with 2 beds
    11. Doctors call room
    12. Seminar room
    13. Family and Executive Care Unit
    14. Male Adult Clinic
    15. Female Adult Clinic
    16. Nurses room
    17. Dental clinic
    18. Library room
    19. Procedure room
    20. Health Records Unit (Adult & Children.)

    Building three

    The building is referred to as Accident and Emergency Unit. The sections therein are as follows:

    1. Surgical cubicle - 17 beds
    2. Surgical mini ward - 13 beds
    3. Medical Cubicle - 16 beds
    4. Medical Mini Ward - 14 beds


    Building (3)b

    The building has the following:
    1. Physiotherapy Department
    2. Infection Control Unit
    3. Social Welfare Unit
    4. Epid Unit.

    Building four (4)

    The VIP ward is located in Building 4. It has the following:-

    (i) 40 Nos VIP Rooms
    (ii) Rest Rooms, Offices, and Nurses station.

    Some of the rooms are however being used as offices for some staff of the Hospital

    Building five (5)

    It consists of the following:

    1. (ENT) Department/Clinic
    2. Ophthalmology Department/Clinic.
    3. Haematology Laboratory Department
    4. Chemical Pathology Laboratory Department
    5. Microbiology Laboratory Department.

    Building six (6)

    It consists of

    (a) Radiology Department

    The Department has the following equipment:

    i. C. T. Scan
    ii. Mammography
    iii. Fluoroscopy
    iv. C Arm Fluoroscopy
    v. General Radiography Machine
    vi. Mobile X-Ray (C-arm)
    vii. Ultrasound
    viii. Automatic Film Processor machine
    ix.Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine

    (b) Operating Theatres and Intensive Care Unit

    The Operating theatres and Intensive Care Unit are located on the first floor of Building 6.
    There are:

    (i) 8 Nos Operating Theatres (five of which have been equipped by VAMED: the three others are to be equipped by the hospital).
    (ii) Five bedded Intensive Care Unit with two burn beds
    (iii) CSSD – (Central Sterilization Supply Department)
    (c) Other Units in Building 6 are:

    1. NHIS Unit.
    2. Operation Pack Unit.
    3. Staff Clinic/Health Information Unit.
    4. Ophthalmology unit.
    5. Pharmacy Unit.

    Building (7)

    Located in this building are;
    1. Children Paediatric ward which consists of
    (i) 30 bed ward for children under 5 years
    (ii) 30 bed ward for older children
    (iii) Diarrhea Treatment Unit
    (iv) Officers call rooms, treatment room and seminar Room

    Other wards and units in building 7 are

    (i) Ante-Natal and Family Planning Clinic
    (ii) 32 bed Post –Natal and 32 bed Post-Natal Surgical wards
    (iii) 32 bed Pre-Natal ward
    (iv) Nutrition Unit
    (v) Revenue Unit
    (vi)Health Records Unit.

    Building (8)


    This has the following:

    (1) The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). There are also offices, Seminar Room, Rest Room and Foetal Assessment Unit in the Building.
    (2) Gynae Emergency and Gynae Ward.
    (3) 2 Nos Obstetric Theatre with support facilities
    (4) 10 bed Labour ward with 2 delivery suites
    (5) 64 bed Female Medical ward
    (6) O&G Laboratory Unit
    (7) Medical Social Services Unit
    (8) Health Records Unit.
    (9) Foetal Assessment Unit
    (10) Offices, seminar and rest rooms
    Building (9)
    It has the following wards:
    (i) 64 bed Male Surgical ward
    (ii) 64 bed Female Surgical ward.
    (iii) Offices, call rooms, treatment rooms and seminar room for each floor
    (iv)64 bed Male Medical ward.
    (v) ENT Ward
    (vi) Ophthalmology


    Building 10


    This building has in it;

    (i) Morbid Anatomy (Pathology) Department and
    (ii) Mortuary

    The Mortuary is located in the basement of this Building 10 . The main morgue rook has been completed and a 42 body morgue installed by VAMED Engineering is awaiting energisation. The mortuary complex consists of the following:-
    (i) 42 body main morgue (already installed by VAMED)
    (ii) 12 body mini morgue
    (iii) Museum room, embalmment room, dissection room
    (iv) Offices and other ancillary facilities.

     

           

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