Biomedical Engineering is a team of engineering professionals working in a clinical environment to resolve technology issues related to patient care, improvement in outcomes and cost effectiveness. The  Department functions and provides engineering services to a clinical environment supporting technology, clinicians and the patient technology interface to reduce risks, improve patient outcomes and enhance patient care in a cost effective manner. This is accomplished via cost effective maintenance, repair and acquisition of all clinical technology, and proper management of clinical technology resources. It is the goal of this Department to be the technical liaison, reference and resource for all clinical equipment. The mission of the this Department is to provide knowledgeable, timely and cost effective quality service to clinicians in a professional and responsible manner to improve and enhance patient care by supporting all aspects of patient care related technology.



  • The department has been closely involved in expansion projects over the years. It was also intimately involved in the equipment modernization project of Federal Government of Nigeria through VAMED Nigeria Ltd. It was the biggest hospital equipment project ever carried out and the department was actively involved in the assembly, installation and user’s training. The department took over the maintenance of this equipment after the expiration of the maintenance service contract with VAMED which was for a period of five years. Some of this equipment is still in use while most have been replaced due to old age.
  • Joshua A Adewole was awarded best worker of this hospital for two consecutive times between 1996 and 2004.
  • While Mr. Asimiyu T Akinbade also received departmental best worker in 2008.
  • Engineer Oyeniran O.A received a commendation letter from the management when he achieved a feet of coupling a heart-lung machine and foot pressure machine in year 2013 despite the fact that he was not trained on the equipment.
  • Sterilization procedures were grounded in major wards and clinics, but with technical prowess of the Biomedical team, solution was proffered.
  • The Securex MMM giant autoclave machine for sterilization of theatre instruments were resuscitated after several months of being grounded.
  • Dysfunctional Incubators of SCBU were put in functional states.

Mission Statement

  • To ensure electrically safe and functional equipment for patients, visitors, and hospital employees through a program of continuing inspection, testing, and repairs of patient care equipment, regardless of ownership, and assistance with in service training.
  • To act as a resource in selecting new patient care equipment and fulfilling manufacturers’ recalls as needed.

Brief History

The department was created in 1996 with five members of staff. The emerging     digital technology at that time made its creation necessary. Before this time, it was known as Electro-medical Unit under the Instruments Department. Most medical devices were more of mechanical principles and less of electronics and so do not require high technology unlike now when its microprocessors and computer based.

This department was formerly known as Biomedical Electronics Instruments Department until Tuesday 16th August 2016 when it was renamed Biomedical Engineering Department.

However, we seek to close the gap between engineering and medicine. This is achieved through the application of engineering principles, design concepts to medicine and biology. It is pertinent to say that this department carries out the preventive and corrective maintenance on medical devices as well as keeping inventory, supervising and ensuring safety regulation standards on all medical equipment in the hospital.

The department has technical presence in the following areas:

(a) Owena Dialysis Centre

(b) Dental Centre

(c) Radiology Department

(d) Central Sterile Supply Department, CSSD.

(e) Main and Auxiliary Theatres and I.C.U

(f) Theatre Sterile Supply Unit, TSSU.

(g) Laboratories

(h) Clinics and Wards


Students training

  • 160 Students had passed through the department from inception to date through the Students Industrial Training Attachment Scheme (SIWES) from various universities, polytechnics, and technical colleges.
  • 13 National Youth Service Corps members had served in the department from inception to date.


External workers training

Other hospitals have been approaching the University College Hospital for assistance in the area of technical training for their staff through the Biomedical Engineering Department.60 trainees have been trained so far with the approval the management .The following is the summary :


  • Ogun State Hospital Management Board.

Number – 55 Craftsmen.

Date        – March, 2013.

Duration –

  • Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, Osun state.

Number – 2 Autoclave Technicians.

Date        – July, 2013.

Duration – 1 Year.

  • De Comfort Nursing Home Services Ltd, Surulere, Lagos.

Number – 1 Technician.

Date        – February, 2014.

Duration – 6 Months.

  • National Hospital, Abuja.

Number – 2 Autoclave Technicians.

Duration – 18 Months.


  • Monthly departmental meeting: This meeting holds on the last Wednesday of the month.
  • Management departmental meeting: This holds on first Wednesday of the month.
  • End of the year party: This party holds on the first week of the new year


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Finance and Account Department is one of the major departments and financial nerve center/hub of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan. It is a professional department which has been in existence since the creation of the hospital.

The Accounts Department of the University College Hospital, Ibadan commenced business transactions immediately the hospital opens her door to patients in November, 1957. The department, under the able leadership of Mr. Mac Lachlan, a white man, was responsible for the collection of payment for treatment, preparation of payment of staff salaries and wages.             Mr. Mac Lachlan, the then Chief Accountant was assisted by Mr. I. O. Ajoje who eventually became the first indigenous Head of department/Chief Accountant in 1966.

The major sections in the department at inception were: Fees, Salaries, Wages, Machine Room, Voucher and Cash Office.

  • The Fees section was responsible for the collections of payments made by patients for treatment. The section was running a day and night shift system for effectiveness and efficiency.
  • The Salary Section was responsible for the preparation of the regular staff monthly salary and allowances. The staff on the system were Doctors, Nurses and Administrative staff while the Wages Unit was responsible for the payment of hospital casual workers. These categories of staff receive their payment bimonthly (forth nightly). This system was on till early 1980s before the introduction of paying into staff bank account.
  • Machine Room was responsible for posting of ledger and extraction of Trial Balance of the hospital.
  • Voucher Section was in charge of raising payment vouchers and voting of LPO
  • Cash Office Section was responsible for receipting and lodgment of cash.
  • Head of The Department Since Inception Till Date
  • Mac Lachlan –   1957 – 1966   –  Chief Accountant
  • L. O. Ajoje –   1966 –  1980  –  Chief Accountant
  • J. O. Ogunleye – 1980 – 1982  –  Chief Accountant
  • Chief A. Fadayini –   1982 –  1987  –  Chief Accountant
  • Oshiba        –   1987 –  1990 –    Assistant Director of Finance
  • Adebayo Abiodun – 1990 – 2005 – Assistant Director of Finance
  • O. O. Popoola –  2006 – 2007 –  Assistant Director of Finance &  Accounts
  • Adebayo Abiodun – 2008 – 2013 – Deputy Director of Finance &             Accounts (later Director)
  • J. O. Mathew – 2013 –till date –  Director of Finance & Accounts

However, the name of the department changed in the year 2007 under the leadership of            Mr. Adebayo Abiodun to Finance and Accounts when the then Budget and Corporate Planning Department was merged with the Accounts Department.

Other Significant Events

  1. Ajoje introduced Cash Book into the system to replace the ledger books and dependency on Machine Room.
  2. External Auditor: This responsibility was been handled by the Office of the Auditor General of the Federation before the introduction of Accounting Firms for this exercise. The first External Auditor was Onalaja & Co. (Auditing Firm).
  3. The first hospital cashier was Mr. E. O. Jegede. Subsequent heads of the unit were: Mr. Winsala, Mr. Akangbe, Mr. T. A. Oladipo and Mrs. Sike Imilogome
  4. The Fees Section was first headed by Mr. Okoye followed by Messers Oloyede, Adewumi, Adegbola and Mr. Opasina.

Presently, the department is headed by Mrs. J. O. Matthew, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. The department presently has twenty – two (22) Sections that handle various aspects of Finance and Accounting of the hospital. It mainly deals with funds flow (in and out) of the hospital which included IGR, fees from patients and releases from the FGN, payment to Contractors and processing of Staff salaries.

Prior to August 2013, the salaries were prepared and paid in the Finance and Accounts Department, however, effective August 2013, the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), a Federal Ministry of Finance Initiative has been responsible for salaries payment to permanent staff, while the department handles salary payment to other staff through Government Integrated Finance and Management Information System (GIFMIS) Platform.

Collection of fees from patient was handled by the department solely up till 2003 after which it was sublet to banks. A further review of the activities of the contracted banks and the latest information technology development, the hospital is presently using the Finance and Accounts staff with Pay Attitude Company to collect payment for the hospital. There are different pay points in the hospital where patients made payment while the department reconcile on daily basis.

The hospital was transacting business with commercial banks until September 15, 2015 when the Federal Government introduced the Treasury Single Account (TSA).

The department, no doubt, has grown in quality and quantity in terms of personnel, volume of financial, transactions and computerization of its services. The department is proud to have over 30 qualified Accountants among her 194 staff.

Need for the Establishment of Finance and Accounts Department in a Teaching Hospital

The management of public fund requires an appropriate and comprehensive accounting system. This has necessitated the formulation of a number of control measure to ensure accountability and probity right from the budget proposal level to  the actual implementation. As government spending grows, there is need for an acceptable accounting system that will comprehensively prefer solution to the accounting needs of the hospital.

Thus, the need to evaluate the benefits and manage the costs becomes more essential. Thus, the enrolment of accounting system, and its efficiency and effectiveness as it manifests in its impact on the hospital.

Departmental Goals:

  • To be a leading financial service provider offering the highest level of service to the Hospital in consistent with the International Standards and Regulatory Guidelines.
  • To pursue financial management functions of the Hospital, rationalize resources and offer professional consultancy to aid efficient and effective achievement of our Institution’s corporate plan.

Core Values:

  • Meritocracy
  • Embracing Creativity and Innovative measures
  • Courage to initiate change and adapt
  • Accountability and Transparency
  • Professionalism and Team work


The purpose is to render accounting and finance services to the hospital  to enable her render excellent, prompt, affordable and accessible care in an environment that promote hope and dignity irrespective of status.


The Accounting procedures will start from the;

  1. Receipts of various fees for services that will be rendered;
  2. Payment for expenses to be incurred; and
  • To the reporting of the financial performance.

Also, to be involved in the preparation of budgets for both Capital and Recurrent expenditure.

 Our Vision:

  • Ours is to be the flagship Tertiary health Care Institution in the West African Sub-region offering world class training, research and services; and the first-choice for seeking health care in a safe environment known for a culture of continuous and compassionate quality care.

Our Mission

To render excellent, prompt, affordable and accessible care in an environment that promotes hope and dignity irrespective of status whilst developing high quality health personnel in an environment that stimulates excellent and relevant research.

Core Functions of Finance and Accounts Department

The duties and responsibilities of a Finance and Account Department are as stated in the Financial Regulations. However, the core responsibilities are:

  • Safeguard the assets of the hospital by ensuring correct, accurate and complete recording of its Non-Current Assets;
  • Render prompt, timely and periodic management reports to assist the management in its day-to-day running of the hospital;
  • Maintain proper accounting records that will ensure impeccable periodic and annual financial reports of the activities of the hospital such as can be deduced from accurate trial balance, income & expenditure account and Statement of Financial Position;
  • Preparation of the end of the year financial statements for audit purposes;
  • Assisting the External & Internal Auditors by laying down all the books and financial records of the hospital that will assist them in forming an opinion on reliability and true and fair view of the hospital financial performance;
  • Prompt rendition of periodic returns of revenue and expenditure to the Federal Government;
  • Ensuring prompt & complete collection of all the hospital subventions i.e. capital, overhead, personnel and special subventions;
  • Preparation and submission of monthly Trial Balance to Office of the Accountant General of the Federation;
  • Liaising with the Federal Ministries of Health and Finance, Accountant General, Budget office on financial matters.
  • Preparation and defending of the annual hospital budgets before the Ministries and the National Assembly & Monitoring of the budget performance;
  • Prompt & accurate payment of staff salaries and allowances subject to availability of fund as at when due and ensuring prompt payment of the P.A.Y.E. to the appropriate organs of government;
  • Advises the Board and management of the hospital in all matters relating to finance;
  • Ensuring that all the hospitals revenue are correctly & promptly recorded while all her expenditures are completely captured under proper headings;
  • Ensuring judicious use of the hospital resources by ensuring correct payments to the contractors while at the same time comply with financial regulations of the government and ensuring that no revenue is lost by the Federal Government through withholding tax and Value Added Tax (VAT);
  • Provision of timely, effective, efficient and transparent Financial/Accounting Services which geared towards realization of the hospital’s vision and mission;
  • Budgeting and budgetary control and handling of all matters relating to finance.


The need for keeping prompt and accurate record of financial transactions in a teaching hospital cannot be over-emphasized. Finance and Account department being the backbone and financial nerve center/hub of any teaching hospital plays a vital role in ensuring accountability, transparency and good decision making by the hospital and other stakeholders.

Financial decisions are not seen merely from the point of view of cash inflow or outflow but also from their impact on the asset and liability position of the hospital.

Finally, the department always ensures that the hospital decisions are efficient, effective and economic.

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Patients have the right to the following:

  • Considerate and respectful care
  • Be treated with dignity and respect
  • Obtain complete and current information concerning his/her diagnosis, treatment and prognosis in terms that patients can reasonably understand.
  • Obtain copies of their medical reports by applying through the appropriate channels
  • Seek second opinion about their disease or treatment from another Practitioner
  • Necessary information to give informed consent prior to the start of any procedure.
  • Refuse treatment to the extent permitted by law, and to be informed of the medical consequences of his/her actions according to the law.
  • Privacy. The health worker has a duty to sensitise the patient when others are involved. e.g trainees
  • Expect that all communications concerning him/her shall be treated confidentially.
  • Expect that within its capacity, a hospital must make reasonable response to the request of the patient.
  • Reasonable continuity of care.
  • Has the right to receive an explanation on his/her bill regardless of who is paying
  • Know what hospital rules and regulations apply to his/her conduct as a patient.
  • Be informed about what to do in the event of an emergency
  • Freedom of choice except in the case of emergency care
  • Obtain any information as to the relationship of his/her hospital to other health care and educational institutions as far as his/her health is concerned.
  • Know if the hospital proposes to engage in or perform human experimentation affecting his/her treatment.
  • Withdraw their consent and terminate care at any point or get this done on their behalf by the recognized legal guardian or next of kin
Patients have the following responsibilities:
  • To treat all hospital staff with respect and dignity
  • To faithfully undergo the AGREED treatment
  • To follow the health worker’s instructions diligently
  • To take necessary preventive measures in case of infectious disease according to doctor’s instructions
  • To be aware that health workers would endeavour to always act in their best interests. However, being human beings, are susceptible to occasional mistakes and lapses
  • To be aware that ALL procedures and treatment modalities carry varying levels of risk for which health workers are not liable
  • To make payment for the treatment, wherever applicable, to the hospital promptly
  • To respect the competence of the health workers to make professional decisions on patients’ care
  • To be punctual at clinics/hospitals for treatment at the given time
  • To preserve all the records of their illness
  • To keep the Hospital Management informed if change of doctors/hospital is desirable/desired.

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What we have today as Stores Department was carved out of the former Stores and Supplies Department in April 2011. The latter was split into two Departments, namely; Bulk Stores & Procurement Department. Bulk Store Department was later renamed as Stores Department.

Stores Department took off amidst so many challenges. Mr. A.K Shiyanbola, an astute Administrator was posted to pioneer the leadership of the new Department. The Department started with Forty – Seven (47) members of staff and Twelve 12 Store Houses in 2011 and have expanded to Eighty – Eight (88) members of staff and Twenty-five (25) Store Houses. This was as a result of the Hospital Policy to fully decentrallised the store function.

Stores Department is saddled majorly with the task of inventory management and ensuring proper Record Keeping of the Hospital’s procurement and distribution chain.

Lately, the Department is involved in handling University College Hospital Medical Consumable Ventures and Branding/Distribution of Methylated Spirit.


Mr. A.K Shiyanbola, is the pioneer Head of Department between April 2011 to September, 2016 on his appointment as the Director of Administration. The mantle of leadership of the Department fell on Mrs. Sadiat Omowumi Lasisi.

Due to the increasing need for the very essential services of the Department, and the expansion in the scope of Service Delivery in the hospital as a whole, the Department which started with only 47 staff in 2011 now has staff strength of Eighty – Seven (87) members.


In year 2015, Stores Department was fully decentrallised with a directive by the management to take over all Stores in the Hospital; Mostly Clinical Stores for an Effective Inventory Management. In the light of this, Professional Store Officers were deployed to take charge of these acquired Stores. Listed below are Store-houses/Units under the control of the Department.


  • Receiving bay
  • Medical consumable packing unit
  • Stationery stores unit
  • Dental department store
  • Engineering store
  • Clinical nursing/stationery store
  • Main operating theatre store
  • Medical consumables sales outlets
  • Gynaecology theatre store
  • Ophthalmic theatre store
  • Private suite store
  • Family medicine depatment store
  • Chemical pathology dept. Store
  • Owena dialysis centre (odc) store
  • Geriatric centre store
  • Medical microbiology stores
  • Ledger unit
  • Pathology store
  • Physiotherapy store
  • Blood bank store
  • Cathlab theatre store
  • Kola-daisi foundation centre store
  • Central sterile store dept. (Cssd) store
  • Water treatment chemical store
  • Pharmacy ledger unit


  • Successful Continual management of main stores as well as departmental stores in the hospital
  • Quality inventory management
  • Increase in number of store houses/units from 12 to 24
  • Effective and efficient handling of sales of medical consumables in the sales outlet.
  • Effective handling of UCH Medical Consumable Ventures
  • Branding and dispensing of Methylated spirit.
  • Some members of stores department distinguished themselves on the job and got UCH awards Nov. 2011, Mrs. S.O Lasisi (PSO) Mr. Dahunsi Paul (S/man),Nov 2015, Mrs S.O Lasisi (A.C.S.O)
  • Training and Workshop was organised to re-train staffs of the department.
  • Renovation of Administrative block lift for easy transportation of consumables for the Department.
  • Acquire of seminar room.
  • Extension of Receiving bay.



Mr. A. K. Shiyanbola was born on 29th March, 1965 in Lagos Island.  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 Clerk.  He thereafter proceeded to the Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti for his B.Sc. Degree course from 1990-1994. He later proceeded to the University of Ibadan for his M.Sc. Industrial/Organisational Psychology between 1998 – 2000.  He bagged the Professional Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply Management by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply Management in 2009-2011, 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.  Mr. Shiyanbola is also a member of several professional associations.  He is a Fellow of the Institute of Health Service Administrators of Nigeria. Associate, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria. Member, Nigerian Institute of Management. Member, Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply Management of Nigeria and Member, Nigerian Psychological Association.

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The Internal Audit Department was established in 1971 with Pa. Oluboyede as the pioneer Head of Department. He held this position from 1971 till 1986.

Mr. Nathaniel O. DAHUNSI became Head of Department from 1986 till 1995 while Samuel F.

AJAYI was the Head of Department between 1995 and 2014.

Mr. Adetunji Mufutau A. became Head of Department from 2014 till date.


During the time of Mr. N.O. Dahunsi, five units were in operation, namely, Stores, Salary, Revenue, Prepayment and Post Payment. But when Mr. Ajayi S.F took over the mantle of leadership, he added 6 units namely:- Debt Recovery, Service Monitoring, Bank Reconciliation, Cash Book and Compliance and Payment.

When Mr. Adetunji M.A took over the leadership of the department, Prepayment Audit was merged with Post Payment while Bank Reconciliation was abolished and has since been replaced with Fund Control and Investments owing to introduction of Treasury Single Account. (TSA) by Federal Government.

In order to keep close watch on Non-Current Assets of the Hospital Coupled with huge investment involved in acquisition  of light medical equipment, a new Unit named Plant Property Equipment/Public Private Partnership was created. Duties of this Unit include monitoring transactions in various PPP arrangement and keeping management informed on the progress and keeping records of Hospitals’ Assets. In order to monitor the investments of the Hospital, Fund Control and Investment Unit has been saddled with this responsibility.

As at today the following are the functional Units to cover various areas of the Hospital: –

  1. Salary – IPPIS/GIFMIS
  2. Procurement and Stores
  3. Revenue
  4. Post Payment
  5. Debt Recovery
  6. Fund Control and Investment
  7. Cash Book/Ledger
  8. Plant Property Equipment and Public Private Partnership
  9. Compliance
  10. Service Monitoring


I am pleased to report that Internal Audit Department that commenced activities in 1971 with 5 members of staff has its staff strength grown to 20 by 1986, 54 in 2014 and 60 in 2016.



S/NOS.                          NAME     PERIOD STAFF STRENGTH
1. Pa. Oluboyede      –   FCA, FCIS 1971 to 1986 20
2. Mr. Dahunsi N.O  –   Bsc. (Econs) PGDIP, FM 1986 to 1995 25
3. Mr. Ajayi S.F          –  Bsc. (Econs) Hons. 1995 to 2014 54
4. Mr. Adetunji M.A  –  MCPN, MNCS, MBA, FCA 2014 till date 60


  1. A drastic reduction in fraud and related incidences.
  2. Blocking of loopholes in accounting for Laboratory Services carried out in all the laboratories.
  3. Ensuring accountability in UCH Schools by constant monitoring.
  4. Evaluation of activities of Federally Funded Schools to ensure they comply with financial regulations by ensuring every fee charged is paid to the Hospital.
  5. Ensuring that Payment Vouchers are supervised and checked before being passed for payment to be followed up by Post Payment activities and reconciliation with banking reports.
  6. Creation of a Plant Property and Equipment Records in Internal Audit Department in order to ensure periodic verification of their existence in various offices and departments.
  7. Creation of a billing procedure for Intensive Care Unit Patients to enable post-discharge monitoring of payment of incurred debts.
  8. Conduct of staff Audit exercise to prevent GHOST WORKERS and ensure adequate records of all staff are maintained by relevant arms of administration.
  9. Ensuring records update in Finance and Accounts Department.
  10. Monitoring of non -medical consumables by constant check of Stores and conducting Quarterly Stock Taking Exercise.
  11. Maintaining a control on use of Hospital Vehicles and conducting Vehicle Verification Exercise on periodic basis.


On many occasions, the leadership of UCH management has provided training facilities for Audit

Staff. We are exposed to current trend in Public Finance and Various relevant computer


Internal Auditors have enjoyed training opportunities provided by the management within and

outside Ibadan. A lot of investments has gone into making Internal Auditors relevant in this

technologically changing environment.

In the History of the department, ten computers with accessories (Desk Tops and Lap Tops of modern configuration) were purchased for effective function of the Internal Auditors.


It is on record that in the present administration under the leadership of Prof. Alonge, Audit Application Software were contracted to Software Companies for use by Internal Auditors in discharge of their duties. The Internal Audit Department is on Intra Network of the Hospital with access to Main File Server in Information Technology Department. This has made Internal Auditors employed by the Hospital to be Information Technology Compliant and relevant in this computer age.


Internal Auditors have benefitted from sponsored training programmes offered by Federal Government in respect of processing of Salaries  –  (Integrated Personal and PAYROLL Information system  – (IPPIS) and processing of payment vouchers on Treasury Single Account Payment System through REMITA.  Access to these payment platforms has given the Internal Auditors the opportunities to monitor and report on any inadequacy in the system.


With the approval of the management, sometimes in 2013 and early 2014, Audit staff from Olabisi Onabanjo Teaching Hospital, Sagamu have been to Internal Audit Department of UCH to understudy the various Units and their functions.



The strength of Internal Audit department lies in the caliber of staff employed with high level of professional and academic qualifications. In the department, a fellow of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and a member of Computer Professionals (Registration) Council of Nigeria (CPN) is leading a team of Auditors and other support staff.

Also, the department is blessed with other four Chartered Accountants and seven members of Association of National Accountants of Nigeria with some members of staff at various levels in their degree and Professional Accountancy  programmes in higher institutions.


Internal Auditors enjoy maximum cooperation of management and we hope this trend will continue.

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Specialized X-rays of the breast to aid in the early detection of breast cancer. A yearly mammogram is recommended for women age 40 and older.

Reproductive Endocrinology

Care and treatment for couples having difficulties conceiving a child. Conventional therapies such as medication and surgery can help your dreams of parenthood come true. Our partnership with Mayo Clinic allows us to provide referrals when advanced reproductive techniques are required.

Integrative Medicine

Alternative therapies stemming from the premise the mind, body and spirit function as one and addressing all promotes healing.

Chemical Dependency Treatment

Care for people with alcohol and other drug addictions. All treatment plans are individualized, ensuring that each person’s unique needs are met to promote healing and recovery. Dignity and respect are foundational values that guide our work.

Physical Therapy

Therapeutic care to restore movement and function to people disabled by disease or injury. Care may include exercise, training in activities of daily living and education. Our team works in collaboration with other specialties to offer comprehensive care and quickly restore you to your optimal health.

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When you are referred to the Hospital and then attend any of our clinics, information is recorded about who you are, about your condition and about the medical care you receive. This information is kept in your Health Care File and we also hold information on computer systems. The information is used to ensure you receive proper care and treatment from us. We will share this information with other staff you would expect to be involved as part of your overall care, including the staff who provide care and treatment in hospital.

The Data Protection Policy of the hospital strictly protects the information we hold about you and only those with the appropriate authority will have access to this information. Everyone working for the hospital has a legal duty to keep information about you confidential and secure.

The following are examples of the uses to which your information may be put:

• To meet a legal obligation e.g. we are required by law to inform the Ministry of Health about births or deaths.

• To help protect the health of the general public, e.g. by notification of certain infectious diseases to the Ministry of Health.

• To carry out clinical audit, which means we compare care and patterns of care within the Hospital. For this purpose registers are kept for patients with particular conditions such as cancer, diabetes, stroke.

• To help train and educate clinical staff.

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