State House Hospital’s Advanced Medical Tech Excites Gbajabiamila

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Chief of Staff to the President, Femi Gbajabiamila, has toured the Presidential Wing of the State House Hospital, a N21billion facility equipped with world-class medical technology.

Speaking with State House correspondents after the tour on Monday, Gbajabiamila expressed satisfaction with the clinic, emphasising its global standard and high-quality equipment.

He said, ‘I am very impressed, and I’m sure you are as well because you went around with me. This is a clinic like anywhere in the world, you will find, the standard is very high.”

The Chief of Staff highlighted the advanced medical equipment, including a state-of-the-art Cath Lab and a unique C-ARM.

Chairman of Clinical Services at the State House, Dr. Jane Ifechukwu, clarified that the facility’s current status was skeletal, awaiting approval to be operationalised.

She explained, “What we have here is skeletal, just the way we were having the Villa Clinic. But once we dot the is, we can’t take decisions on our own; they give us the go-ahead, and we are good to go.”

When questioned about the timeline for the facility’s full utilisation, Dr. Ifechukwu indicated that decisions about pending approval were with higher authorities.

“We actually discourage medical tourism, and I can’t speak now. I am waiting for our principals, our bosses, to do that, and then the Permanent Secretary will give us a directive, and then we can do it.”

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