I recently read an interesting blog by editors of the BMJ who had recently visited India. They wrote about their vist…
I wondered what they would find if they came to Nigeria…
Every day there are stories from our “centres of excellence” in the press…
…some good…some ugly…
THIRTY-SIX years after performing a major eye transplant operation the University College Hospital (UCH) yesterday recorded another feat by carrying out a similar exercise on four patients.
Details as reported by the Guardian here
The Chief Medical director Dr Ajuwon and his wife Matron Julie appear before a Federal high court sitting in Abuja over alleged unethical practices. by one of the Staff nurses. She also accuses the Chief Medical Director of harassing her sexually.
In UNTH the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission is investigating, among other things, allegations of the supply of non-functional, obsolete anesthesia equipment to the hospital and the non-implementation of contracts for five theatres approved by the hospital board since 2007.
Armed robbers invaded the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), Enugu, carting away three laptops, handsets and cash, officials told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
Details as reported by Vanguard
You might find the following links interetsing:
1. University of Benin Teaching Hospital
2. Lagos University Teaching Hospital
3. University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital
4. Abia State University Teaching Hospital
…one day our hospitals will start thinking of the power of the web in attracting patients…their clients.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has…Margaret Mead