Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu is designed to focus on providing high quality healthcare services to Ogun in particular and Nigeria as a whole. OOUTH is driven by the vision of providing excellent health to the people. OOUTH is a epitome of a contemporary Teaching Hospital geared towards mutual interaction between health workers and patients. Our strong emphasis is on emergency services with modern equipment at our disposal. Our professionals are disciplined vast with adequate knowledge of medical practice. At OOUTH, efficient, affordable and accessible healthcare delivery is always within reach. OOUTH is redefining healthcare delivery in Ogun State Nigeria. Within this site you will be able to find out about our Specialties, our locations and our current vacancies. You can also find out about who sits on our Board, check out the latest OOUTH news. If you have any comments about the site or suggestions on how we can improve it, please tell us by sending your comments to email@example.com
To achieve a client-friendly, efficient and effective tertiary health care services and to operate best practices through absolute dedication, discipline and commitment to the well being of the people of Ogun State.
To provide standards of teaching and tertiary healthcare services with a leading edge amongst its peers internationally in support of improved well being of the people of Ogun State towards the agenda for a secured future.
Seventh February 2018 heralded a change in the leadership of the great hospital, the day I assumed duty as the Acting Chief Medical Director(CMD). Hitherto I had served at various times as Acting Chairman Medical Advisory Committee (CMAC) and later became the substantive CMAC on the 6th of June,2016, the position I held until my appointment as the Acting CMD. My substantive position as the CMD was approved Executive State of the State on the 1st of August, 2018. My acting and substantive positions as the CMAC and CMD provided me a good tutelage on the affairs and administration of the hospital. I salute the past administrators of the hospital, in particular the immediate past administrator in person of Professor A.E.A. Jaiyesimi under whom I had my direct tutelage. All of them had been reservoirs of experience and knowledge and had proven that indeed "white pap can actually come out of a black pot"The hospital has had its high and low times, starting from its humble beginning in 1986, went to achieving accreditations in few of its programs for training of medical students to a period of full accreditation in all its programs and be adjudged the best medical school in Nigeria in the year 2000 by the Nigeria University Commission. From this height was her attainment of accreditations in major departments of Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Anaesthesia, Ophthalmology and Family Medicine by either, or both, colleges of National and West Africa Postgraduate Medical College for training of specialists in these various fields of medicine. These programs to date had turned out scores of consultants serving within and outside the country.
I, therefore, extend my hands of fellowship and clarion call to all stakeholders within and outside the hospital towards realization of these objectives of mine.