Emergency & Enquiry
The Management of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) showered praises and encomiums on a retiree nurse and a member of the monitoring crew, which is the watchdog team for the hospital, after the expiration of her 35 years of service to the State Government.
While delivering a remark at the send forth ceremony, the Chief Medical Director (CMD), Professor Adetokunbo O. Fabamwo described the monitoring crew as a valuable and cherished cause stressing that they are always responding to his call at any time for reports about significant event in the hospital.
The CMD also described the celebrant, Mrs. Janet Omotuyi as a dedicated and committed staff who has been there from inception of the monitoring crew in May, 2005 and has given her best to the success of the crew; “I thank you on behalf of the Management for a job-well-done in LASUTH as I wish you happiness, joy, prosperity, God’s protection, provision and guidance” he said.
Prof Fabamwo, on behalf of the Management of the hospital presented a gift to the retiree to show of appreciation to her for her diligence, commitment to her duties and contribution to the monitoring crew and the hospital community.
In her response to the kind gesture, the retiree, Mrs. Omotuyi thanked the management immensely for honoring her with the ceremony as other members of the crew expressed appreciation to the CMD and the entire Management of the hospital, promising to continue in this vein even outside of the hospital.
Other members of the top management team in attendance include the Director of Clinical Services and Training, Prof. Adebowale Adekoya; Director of Hospital Administration and Human Resources, Mr. Kehinde Gbajumo, Director of Legal Services, Mrs. Yejide Kolawole; Deputy Director of Nursing Services, Mrs. Adebola Aina.