GENERAL HOSPITAL ILORIN: COMMISSIONER INSPECTS NEW WARDS

(L-R. Mr Yusuf Sultan, Hospital Secretary, Alh Taibat Sulaiman HOD Nursing Department, Dr Abubakar Olayiwola Ayinla, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health, Dr Obalowu Ismael Deputy Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee, State Commissioner for Health, Dr Amina Ahmed El-Imam, Dr Ahmed Bola Abdulkadir Chief Medical Director, General Hospital, Ilorin, Mr Teniola Omotayo, Metron, Accident and Emergency, Mr Dansuki and Hajia Khadijat Ibrahim Toyin, HOD Procurement Department.)


...Commends Governor AbduRahman AbduRazaq on the State of the Art Facilities...


The Kwara State Commissioner for Health Dr Amina Ahmed El-Imam has inspected the newly constructed wards as well as the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the General Hospital, Ilorin.

Dr Amina El-Imam who  commended the effort of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on the state of the art facilities at the hospital expressed satisfaction on the quality of the newly constructed world class wards.

She advised the management of the hospital to protect all the equipment provided inside the facilities for prolonged use in addressing the health care needs of the State.

The Commissioner who appreciated the staff for their dedication and punctuality, urged them to provide quality patient- centred health care to every Kwaran that visits the hospital.

The Chief Medical Director (CMD)of the hospital, Dr Ahmed Bola Abdulkadir and the Management of the hospital commended the State Government for the facilities and thanked the Commissioner for the visit, promising to provide quality health care to citizens of the State.

In company of the Commissioner was the Permanent Secretary of the Kwara State Ministry of Health, Dr Abubakar Olayiwola Ayinla.



Fatima, Baraje Ahmed
Press Secretary
General hospital Ilorin

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