Shiyanbola bows out…
Born in Lagos Island, Mr. Adeyemi Kamorudeen Shiyanbola, the hospital’s seventh Director of Administration has retired after thirty five years of service.
He attended St. Paul’s Anglican School, Idi-Oro, Lagos from 1971-1977 and Comprehensive High School, Igbesa Ogun State between 1979 & 1984. He was first appointed in the University College Hospital, Ibadan as a Clerical Officer and thereafter, he proceeded to the Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti for his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from 1990-1994. He later proceeded to the University of Ibadan for his M.Sc. Industrial/Organizational Psychology between 1998 – 2000. He bagged the Master of Public Administration (MPA), Ekiti State University, 2011-2014 and Graduate Diploma in Logistics & Supply Chain Management of the National Open University of Nigeria, 2013-2014.
He obtained a Diploma in Health Systems Management at the Galilee International Management Institute, Israel in 2018 and acquired a Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Management Consultancy Practice and Organizational Transformation, United Kingdom in 2019.
He was awarded Honourary Doctor of Science in Public Health Management and Administration by the European-American University in 2018 and he is currently on the verge of completing his Doctorate Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Ibadan.
Having been converted to the Administrative cadre on the post of Assistant Secretary II in 1996, he rose through the ranks and was appointed the Director of Administration and Secretary to the Board of Management of the University College Hospital, Ibadan on 8th September, 2016 to 20th January, 2019. He has just been appointed as the Director of Administration at the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti in January, 2020.
Mr. Shiyanbola is a member of several professional associations. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Health Service Administrators of Nigeria, a Fellow of the Certified International Professional Manager – UK; Associate, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria; Member, Nigerian Institute of Management; Member, Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply Management of Nigeria; Member, Nigerian Psychological Association.
Mr. Shiyanbola has demonstrated considerable experience and exposure in his professional career as evidenced by his serving in various Committees at Presidential, Ministerial and state levels, these include:
Presidential Project Implementation Committee (PPIC) of the Federal Government/VAMED Engineering on Rehabilitation and Re-equipping of 14 Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria – 2003-2014
Presidential Project Implementation Committee (PPIC) on Nigerian Armed Forces Medical Equipment Awaiting clearance and installations from the ports – 2004
Ministerial Committee on Human Resources Training Needs Assessment of all Tertiary Hospitals in Nigeria – 2011
Technical Working Group (TWG) on the upgrade of the 3rd Phase and Management of the 1st and 2nd Phase of the Federal Government of Nigeria/VAMED Engineering Teaching Hospital Rehabilitation Project. – 2014 – 2016
NMA Oyo State Study Group on Health Sector Reform – 2016
His leadership qualities are also impressive. He was the Head of Students (Senior Prefect) in Secondary School, President of the National Association of Psychology Students. He served as the Secretary of University College Hospital, (UCH), Anti-Corruption Transparency and Monitoring Unit (ACTU). Furthermore, as a testimony of his sterling leadership qualities, he has the prestigious University of Ibadan, Registrar award for Exemplary Leadership and significance contribution to academic excellence. He is the current Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) Bodija Chapter, as well as the National Treasurer, of the Institute of Health Service Administrators of Nigeria. He has also attended several workshops, conferences and seminars both local and international in the course of his professional career.
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