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BACKGROUND
The department of Community Medicine and Primary Care is one of the foundation clinical departments of the Olabisi Onabanjo (then Ogun State) University Teaching Hospital since 1986. The foundational Head of the Department is Professor O.K. Alausa and the current Head (2011 till date) is Dr. A.A. Salako, an Associate Professor.

OUR VISION
The enjoyment by the people of Ogun State, of a level of health that permits them to live a socially satisfying and economically productive life.

OUR MISSION
Towards the attainment of the above-stated vision, to contribute to the achievement of the Teaching Hospital’s mandate for residency training programme, health service delivery and research activities. 

OUR OBJECTIVES
In line with the above, the objectives of the department of Community Medicine and Primary Care are:

  1. Training objectives
    1. Primarily to produce well trained doctors capable of functioning effectively not only in the curative but also in the preventive and health promoting aspects of health care.
    2. To produce doctors with adequate management capabilities equipped with attributes essential to enable them play leadership role in the health care team.
    3. To produce doctors who are capable of working in and with the community in health care matters.
    4. To produce doctors who are capable and willing to provide health care in any part of the community, urban or rural, and at all levels of health care delivery
    5. To produce doctors who are capable of undergoing further development in the health sciences such that they can function as Community Health Physicians, teachers in medical schools and Public Health institutions and as Health Administrators.

  2. Health service delivery
    1. To provide comprehensive health care services as appropriate, not only in the curative but also in the preventive and health promoting aspects of health care in the Hospital.
    2. To promote hospital infection control, including environmental health activities.
    3. To provide needed follow-up and essential outreach health care services as appropriate, including case finding and community health education.
    4. To contribute to the management of the Primary Health Care programme of Ogun State.
    5. To support the State in the control of epidemics.
  3.  Research activities
    1. To regularly contribute to scientific knowledge base through the conduct of relevant public health and bio-medical research.

DEPARTMENT OF CMPC STAFF

HEAD OF DEPARMENT:    Dr. A.A Saloko (MBBS, MPH, FMCP)


Consultants

The department has 7 consultants: 6 full-time and 1 on State assignment. Five of the consultants are Fellows of the West African College of Physicians. Their qualifications and sub-specialties are indicated in the table below.



Name of Staff

Qualification

Sub-specialty

Prof. O.K. Alausa

BSc, MBBS, MPH, MD, FWACP, FMCPH, FMCPath, FRCPath, Cert. Immu., Cert. Epid.

Health Policy, Planning and Management, International Health, Epidemiology, Communicable Diseases, Health Services Administration.

Dr. F.A. Oluwole

MD, DPH, MPH, FWACP

Epidemiology, Medical statistics.

Dr. A.A. Salako

MBBS, MPH, FMCPH, Cert IMCI.

Reproductive Health, Environmental Health, Occupational Health

Dr. O. J. Daniel

MBBS, MPH, FWCAP

Epidemiology & Communicable Disease Control, International Health

Dr. O.A. Jeminusi

BSc, MBChB, MPH, FWACP

Communicable Disease Control, Reproductive / Family Health, Rehabilitation and Social services, Occupational and Environmental Health. 

Dr. O.E. Amoran

MBBS, MSc, MMP, FMCPH, MNIM

Epidemiology, Medical statistics, Family Health, Rehabilitation Medicine, Environmental Health, Health Management

Dr. A.D. Alabi

MBBS, MPH, FWACP

Communicable Disease control, Family and Reproductive Health

Resident doctors
There is a total of 8 resident doctors in the department at various stages in the programme. They include 6 Senior Registrars (level 1) and 2 registrars. The table below shows their qualifications and the stage of fellowship examinations attained. 

s/n

Name

QUALIFICATIONS

STATUS

  1.  

Dr. O.T. Kuponiyi

MBChB, MWACP

Senior Registrar I (Chief Resident)

  1.  

Dr. T.W. Ladi Akinyemi

MBChB, MPH, MWACP

Senior Registrar I (Assist. Chief Resident)

  1.  

Dr. G.T. Mautin

MBChB; MPH, MWACP

Senior Registrar I

  1.  

Dr. A.A. Ekundayo

MBChB (Ife), MPH, MWACP

Senior Registrar I

  1.  

Dr. O.A Abiodun

MBChB, MPH, MWACP

Senior Registrar I

  1.  

Dr. O.O. Sholeye

MBBS, MSC, MWACP

Senior Registrar I

  1.  

Dr. E.A Efunbajo

MBChB, MPH

Registrar

  1.  

Dr. K.J. Sodeinde

MBBS

Registrar

Nurses

S/N

Name

QUALIFICATION & AWARD

RANK/STATUS

  1.  

Mrs. V.T. Babalola

RN, RM, HND (Public Health), PGD (Public Health Mgt), MSc (Public Health) in view.

Assistant Chief Public Health Nursing Officer

  1.  

Mrs. M.M. Ogunjirin

RN, RM, RPHN, PGD (Social works)

Assistant Chief Public Health Nursing Officer

  1.  

Mrs. F.B. Ogunlesi

RN, RM, HND (Public Health Nursing), PGD (Public Health Mgt), MSc (Public Health Mgt) in view.

Public Health Mgt II

  1.  

Mrs. O.N. Ogunlaja

RN, RM, HND, PGD (Social works) 2010; MSc (Social welfare)

Public Health Mgt II

Community Health Technicians

1.

MRS. OGUNKOYA

CHO, 2004, BSc (Health Educ.), 2009

Chief Comm. Health technician

2.

MRS. OLORUNKOYA

CHO, 2004, BSc (Health Educ.), 2009

Chief Comm. Health technician

Laboratory Staff - Nil
Secretarial Staff

S/N NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION

1

Mrs. Shuaibu B. O. 

DIP. Sec. Studies.

Senior Typist I

 

Clinics

DAY CLINIC CONSULTANT

MONDAY

HIV clinic, OOUTH
Under5 Clinic, OOUTH
Tuberculosis Clinic, OOUTH
Ajaka Health Centre, SLGA1
Makun Health Centre, SLGA
Sabo Health Centre, SLGA

Dr. Jeminusi
Dr. Alabi
Dr. Salako, Dr. Amoran
Prof. Alausa
Dr. Oluwole
Dr. Daniel

TUESDAY

HIV clinic, OOUTH
Child Survival Clinic, OOUTH

Dr. Salako / Dr. Amoran
Dr. Jeminusi

WEDNESDAY

Tuberculosis Clinic, OOUTH
Ode-Remo Health Centre, RNLGA2
Ajaka Health Centre, SLGA
Makun Health Centre, SLGA
Sabo Health Centre, SLGA

Dr. Salako, Dr. Amoran
Dr. Oluwole
Prof. Alausa, Dr. Jeminusi
Dr. Oluwole
Dr. Daniel

THURSDAY

Tuberculosis Clinic, OOUTH
NHIS Clinic, OOUTH
Ode-Remo Health Centre, RNLGA
School Health Clinic, SLGA

Dr. Salako.
Prof. Alausa, Dr. Salako
Dr. Oluwole / Dr. Amoran
Dr. Jeminusi

FRIDAY

Tuberculosis Clinic, OOUTH
NHIS Clinic, OOUTH
Sagamu Community Centre3

Dr. Salako, Dr. Daniel
Dr. Salako, Dr. Oluwole
Dr. Jeminusi

   1Sagamu LGA, 2Remo North LGA, 3Non-governmental Organisation

Collaboration and Partnership
The department actively collaborates with several organisations and institutions including Sagamu and Remo North LGAs and the State Ministry of Health in the implementation of relevant aspects of its residency training programme.

The Future
The department will become increasingly relevant and effective in its role and functions within the health sector in Ogun State. It will strive to continuously improve on its operations for the delivery of its expected social mandate within and outside the Teaching Hospital.

 





 
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