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The Hospital's Management team, led by chairman, Medical Advisory Commitee(CMAC), Dr. Adefemi Afolabi, in company of the Director of Adminstration, Mr. Philips Olaosun and others visited the Hospital's Rural Comprehensive Health Care at Sepeteri recently.

The CMAC appreciated the staff for keeping the flag flying and encouraged them to continue in that direction. He admonished them to see themselves as the ambassadors of UCH.

In his address, Mr. Olaosun told the staff that they have a lot of work to do. He went ahead to encourage them to be of a good behavior towards the patients, adding that they must not be hostile and disrespectful to the patients and their relations. The Director of Administration also admonished the staff to avoid quarrel, backbitting or gossiping among the workforce.

The Surveillance and Outbreak Response Management Analysis System(SORMAS) team recently visited the Hospital to evaluate the ongoing Pilot study of the uses of different devices like laptops and smart phones in diseases surveillance and notification in Nigeria.

The Hospital is one of the facilites being used by SORMAS as pilot study on the notification and surveillance of Cholera, Measles, Human H5N1 and Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria

The Deputy Chairman, Medical Advisory Committe(Education and Ethics), Dr. Celement A. Okolo received the SORMAS team which comprised representatives from Federal Minsitry of Health, SORMAS from Germany, Oyo State Ministry of Health, and Nigeria Field Epidemology and Laboratory Training Programme(NFELTP) on behalf of the Hospital's Management.

The Olajumoke Akinjide Foundation(OAF) has donated equipment worth millions of naira to boost healthcare delivery services at the University College Hospital(UCH), Ibadan. They included wheel chairs, electric beds, walking aids, paediatric examination chairs, operating tables, trolleys, blood donor chairs, resuscitation beds, consumables, thermometers, among others.

The Chief Medical Director, Prof. Temitope Alonge, receiving the equipment from the chairperson of OAF, Mrs. Modupe Akindeko, said: " This is the second batch of donations from OAF", adding the it would address shortage of medical equipment in the hospital.

He said: "The four months strike by the doctors has paralysed our financial activities. We can't even buy the needed equipment. However, with this kind gesture, healthcare delivery will improve in UCH. For instance, we were just thinking of raising money to buy the operating table, which costs N5million, but OAF has donated a modern electric theatre table.

"The foundation is meeting the needs of this hospital. Many politicians donate to where they can benefit, but this foundation and its founder, Oloye Jumoke Akinjide, are committed to humanity".

Mrs. Akindeko said OAF, which was established in August 2005, would give back to the society and meet needs.

She said the foundation had impacted on lives through health, agriculture, capacity building, provision of potable water, and relief materials to flood victims as well as building classrooms.

Mrs. Akindeko said they were assisting the government in health and education, adding the such gesture would make the country a better place to live in.

About UCH

The initial design of the new teaching hospital by Mr. Alexander Gray, F.R.I.B.A the Consulting Architect was for a 493 bedded hospital comprising of six main blocks made up of a central area and wings. The suggested bed allocations included; 146 for the professorial unit and medical wards.

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On 1st October 1953, the first sod signifying the commencement of the construction of the central or main block of the University College Hospital, Ibadan was cut by the Chairman of the Board of the University College Hospital, Ibadan.

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