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UCH School of Health Information Management Matriculates 120 Students

The School of Health Information Management, University College Hospital, Ibadan at its sixth matriculation ceremony on Wednesday 18th January welcomed 120 students into the institution to undertake academic programs in National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND).
The Chief Medical Director of the Hospital, Professor Jesse Otegbayo, said in his address to the new intakes: “The school’s primary mission and core value is to transmit a body of knowledge and a command of adequate technical skills and to produce graduates with sound minds.”
“We have zero tolerance for any form of misconduct and vices such as cultism, drug abuse, sexual abuse, cheating, falsification of documents, rudeness to authorities, and inducement of staff for undeserved favours.”
“I must acknowledge the sacrifices of your dear parents and guardians who took this all-important decision to offer you the best education in the best School of Health Information Management in Nigeria. I would also like to thank the leadership of the school for their efforts in upholding the high standards and objectives of the school that will expose you to global academic climates.” Prof. Otegbayo said.
In his address, the Chairman Medical Advisory Committee and Provost of the school, Dr. Abiodun Adeoye, delivered the goodwill message, describing the push syndrome known as “JAPA” as a trend plaguing the country’s health sector.
“I urge you to still find Nigeria a good place to practise what you will be taught here and to capitalize on the gains of being trained in UCH.
Dr. Adeoye, therefore, charged the students to always be good ambassadors to the Hospital.
“Commit each day of your stay here on campus to God by praying for wisdom and guidance from heaven,” he concluded.

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