Health Minister visits LUTH

Health Minister visits LUTH

Prof. Adewole (Centre) flanked by (left) Prof. Innocent Ujah, DG, Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) and Prof. Chris Bode, CMD, LUTH at a Press briefing after the visit.

Prof. Adewole (Centre) flanked by (left) Prof. Innocent Ujah, DG, Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) and Prof. Chris Bode, CMD, LUTH at a Press briefing after the visit.


The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Folorunso Adewole, earlier today, paid a schedule visit to the Lagos University Teaching Hospitals (LUTH).
He was conducted round the hospital by the Chief Medical Director, Prof. Chris Bode and other senior management staff.
Highlights:
• Met the Accident and Emergency unit in darkness
• Commends hospital for its independent power and water projects
• Directs hospital to absolve costs of treating indigent patients
• Says every Nigerian accident victims should have access to treatment, whether they have money to pay or not.
• Re-affirms commitment to build over 10,000 primary health centres around the country
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