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Mrs. T. C. Alebiosu

Head of Department




Community Liaison Unit

The Community Liaison Unit was created in January 2012 by the Management of the University College Hospital under the leadership of the Chief Medical Director, Prof. Temitope O. Alonge. This was necessitated as a result of the deep understanding of the need to formalize the robust relationship between the Hospital and its immediate environment as well as the advantages inherent in building stronger ties with the wider society.



Mr. S. O. Oladejo2012 – 2015
Mr. ‘Kunle Atinwore2015 – 2019
Mrs I.O Olaleye2019 – 2024
Mrs. T. C. Alebiosu2024 – Present

Core duties of the unit include but are not limited to:

  • Plan, prepare and execute medical outreach programmes
  • Arrange stakeholders meetings.

Work closely with the stakeholders and local community.

  • Organize awareness about outreach programmes.
  • Anticipate and report on any local environmental health issues.
  • Liaise and coordinate meetings in relation to guidelines.
  • Forecast and suggest actions and plans to define related strategies
  • Further expand the hospitals outreach programmes.
  • Engage the local communities better through health creation awareness.
  • Extend the frontiers of medical care to the truly indigent people and those who lack adequate health facility and personnel in their environs.
  • Closely connect those areas and individuals that have a strong community focus aimed at improving the general health of their residents
  • The Unit on behalf of the University College Hospital, Ibadan Management liaises with communities to address health related issues. It also ensures that all the UCH medical out stations operate optimally through its supervisory roles.

The Hospital presently has twenty-one (21) out stations out of which eight (8) are fully functional and they are:

UCH Primary Healthcare Centre, Abedo

UCH Comprehensive Healthcare Centre, Sepeteri.

Primary Oral Healthcare Centre, Idikan.

UCH Comprehensive Health Centre, Sepeteri

Kola Daisi Foundation Centre for Primary and Community Healthcare.

Motherless Babies Home, Ilora, Afijio.

Agbeke Mercy Medical Centre, Ijokodo

UCH/NHIS Federal Sectretariat Clinic, Ikolaba

The Unit has officers three (3) in two (2) out stations. The out stations and the names of the officers are:

  1. UCH Comprehensive Health Centre, Sepeteri – Mrs. B. K. Fawole. & Mr. O. O. Olunubi
  1. Kola-Daisi Foundation Centre for Primary & Community Healthcare- Mrs. O. A. Folorunso

While other officers supervise the remaining outstations, coordinate the outreach programmes and carry out other administrative duties as assigned to them.

  • To facilitate health promotion programmes, the Community Liaison Unit enjoys the cooperation of Community Medicine, Hospital Services, Family Medicine, Public Health Nursing, Ophthalmology, Medical Laboratory, Pharmacy, Medical Health Records, Social works and other clinical departments.

This synergy has boosted our health promotion exercises and made it possible for the communities to support healthy behaviours.

  1. Maintenance and sustenance of various outstations of the University College Hospital, Ibadan.
  2. Providing awareness on planned medical outreaches.
  3. Providing accessible comprehensive free health care services to the less privileged especially through the recent Rapid Result Initiative programme.

The Rapid Result Initiative is an initiative of the Federal Ministry of health mandated by the Honourable Minister of Health to bring free and accessible health care to the indigent members of society.

  1. The remarkable success of the Rapid Result Initiative spurred groups and individual to aspire to partner with UCH with the aim of bringing qualitative health care to their communities. Notable amongst such groups is the recently concluded GKGY Ogburo Medical outreach which took place in the four Local Government Areas in Oyo.
  2. The unit also Coordinates medical activities in the NYSC (Oyo State) Orientation Camp and ensures adequate medical coverage for the corps members and staff in the camp.
  3. The CLU also liaises with Non-governmental Organisation like Christ Foundation Ministry and Divine Benevolence Mission (USA), to render medical services to the less privileged in the communities of Oke Ogun (Oyo North).
  1. The UCH outreach team had successfully carried out medical outreach in some markets in Ibadan.
  2. We have also collaborate with the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Oyo State Branch and the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Oyo State Chapter to carried out medical outreach programme in the Nigeria Prison (Agodi) among others.


  • Rapid Result Initiative Medical outreach (11 LGAs in Oyo state plus 1 mop up excercise)
  • Agbala Daniel Medical Outreach
  • GYGK Ogburo Group Ltd Medical Outreach (4 local Government Areas in Oyo)
  • Christian Association of Nigeria (Akinyele Chapter) Medical Outreach.
  • NBA in conjunction with Oyo state Ministry of Justice Agodi prison outreach.
  • UCH 60th Anniversary medical outreaches (5 major markets in Ibadan and Agodi prisons)
  • Kebbi State Government in conjunction with Moses Lake Foundation(A 3 week medical outreach in Kebbi state)

The Rapid Result Initiative (RRI) was carried out in all the eleven (11) Local Government Areas of Oyo State. A total of three thousand & forty four (3,044) patients presented at the first phase of the exercise.

One thousand, four hundred & seventy six (1,476) of these patients had various ophthalmic complaints while two hundred & twenty (220) had operate-able cataract.

The Rapid Result Initiative surgical team cropped a total of four hundred & fifty four (454) surgical cases, sixty eight (68) of these were O & G cases while seven (7) were patients for maxillofacial surgery.

A total of one hundred & ninety four (194) surgeries have been successfully carried out by the general surgeons. Twelve (12) O & G cases have been done, seventy six (76) ophthalmic cases have been carried out and three (3) cleft palate surgeries have been concluded.

Another outstanding feat recorded by the Unit was the successful execution of the 60th anniversary medical outreaches. The outreaches were carried out in the four (4) major markets in Ibadan (Bodija, Aleshinloye, Bola Ige, Oja Oba ) and the Agodi prisons.

To expand the hospitals outreach programme and to further engage the local and immediate communities by showcasing acceptable standards of health service delivery.

To foster the relationship between the University College Hospital Ibadan and the immediate community.by serving as a bridge between the hospital and society at large through ensuring access to qualitative health care service is provided at the door step of the residents.

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