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This to inform all candidates that, the UBTH School of Post Basic Midwifery Entrance Examination scheduled to hold on Saturday 26th  September 2020, has been postponed to Saturday 3rd October, 2020.

Meanwhile, the sales of form is still in progress till Friday 2nd October, 2020.

We apologize for any inconveniences.

Thank you.

Joshua Uwaila, Esq
Head, Public Relations Unit.




The Management of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital recently organized a one day retreat for the newly appointed Clinical Heads of Department tagged “Leadership in Healthcare Training Programme for Heads of Department” held in the Hospital’s  Boardroom. The Chief Medical Director, Prof. Darlington Obaseki declared it open.

The programme was a combined physical and virtual meeting and also involved over 100 Heads of Department and staff who joined via the Zoom platform.

The team of seasoned research persons had interactive sessions with the attendees to the appreciation of all.






The outgoing Medical and Dental House Officers of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital recently visited the Chief Medical Director, Prof. Darlington E Obaseki to express their appreciation for the opportunity given to them in the past one year to serve in the Hospital. They donated five (5) microwave ovens to the Hospital and also presented a portrait of the CMD to him.
The CMD thanked them for their exemplary gesture in donating the ovens to the Hospital and and enjoined them to come back for their residency programme.





Applications are invited from the general public for Admission into the School of Post Basic Midwifery UBTH Benin City for the 2020/2021 session.

DURATION OF COURSE-18MONTHS
Entry Qualification: Applicant should/must:

(a) Possess five (5) credits in not more than two sitting in WAEC/NECO, NABTEB, SSCE/GCE/OL which must include, English language, Mathematics, Biology, Physics and chemistry.

(b) Be a qualified Nurse duly registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Principal/Head of Department (School of Midwifery) on presentation of evidence of payment of non-refundable fee of Six Thousand Five Hundred Naira. (N6, 500) only payable to UBTH Account with TSA under the service type: Training School of Midwifery using REMITA platform in any bank in Nigeria.

NOTE THE FOLLOWING

  1. Sales of forms commence 9th March 2020 and closes 26th September 2020.
  2. All forms must be purchased from the office of the Principal/Head of Department, School of Midwifery, UBTH.
  3. Be informed that UBTH does not sell the school of midwifery application forms online.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM
Completed application forms should be submitted to the institution before 26th September, 2020.

Date of Entrance Exam:           Saturday 26th September 2020 at 8:00 am
Date of selection interview:    Tuesday 29th September 2020 at 11:00 am
Venue:                                             School of Midwifery, UBTH, Benin City

Please come with original and photocopies of your credentials.

NOTE:
Candidates will be responsible for their accommodation and feeding during the examination period.



Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for Admission into the School of Midwifery, UBTH Benin City for the 2020/2021 session.

DURATION OF COURSE- THREE (3) YEARS
Entry Qualification:

  • Applicant should/must not be less than 18 years or above 34 years of age
  • Possess five (5) credits in not more than two sitting in WAEC, NECO or NABTEB which must include, English language, Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Principal School of  Midwifery on presentation of evidence of

  • payment of non refundable fee of Ten Thousand, five hundred Naira (N10,500) only payable to UBTH Account with TSA under the service type: Training School of Midwifery using REMITA platform in any bank in Nigeria.
  • Payment of Two Hundred (200) Naira into Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria State Committee account – First Bank 2004854377

NOTE THE FOLLOWING

  1. Sales of forms commence March 2020 and close September 2020.
  2. All forms must be purchased from the office of the Principal School of Midwifery, UBTH.
  3. Be informed that UBTH does not sell the school of midwifery application forms online.
  4. Candidates will be responsible for their accommodation and feeding during the examination period.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM
Completed application forms should be submitted to the office of the Principal before the date of entrance examination.

Date of Entrance Exam: Saturday 3rd October, 2020 at 8:00am
Venue: School of Midwifery, UBTH, Benin City.

Please come with original and photocopies of your credentials,

Joshua Uwaila, Esq.
Head, Public Relations Unit
For: Chief Medical Director

 





The Director General, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu on an official working visit to inspect facilities at the Isolation Centre and the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Laboratory in UBTH.

On the DG’s entourage were; Dr. Fiona Braka, Officer-in-charge WHO Nigeria, Dr. Ifeanyi Okudo, Health Emergency Operations, WHO Nigeria; Faith Ireye WHO SC, Edo; Mr Tarik Mohammed, Technical Advisor, Operations NCDC and Mrs Elsie Ilori, Director, Surveillance and Epidemiology Department, NCDC (also the National Deputy Incident Manager. COVID-19.





University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) has commenced testing for COVID-19 following the validation of its Testing Centre by Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). The validation was yesterday announced by NCDC and echoed by the Edo State Hon. Commissioner for Health, Dr Patrick Okundia.

This achievement was made possible by the collaboration between UBTH and the Centre for Excellence in Reproductive Health Innovation ( CERHI), University of Benin. The collaboration, initiated by the UBTH Chief Medical Director, Prof Darlington Obaseki, provided access to the use of the centre’s Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) machine for COVID-19 testing.

With this new development, testing for COVID-19 for UBTH patients has become more efficient as travelling cost and time in handling test specimens have now been eliminated. This achievement adds traction to the fight against COVID-19 in Edo State.

His Excellency, the Governor of Edo State, Mr Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki had paid a visit to the UBTH Isolation Centre penultimate Thursday where he was also taken on a guided tour of UBTH Testing Centre among other facilities.

The Governor on that visit had stated that he was impressed with the Management of the Hospital especially the collaboration with the State Government in the management of the COVID-19 pandemic. The CMD of UBTH promised to continue to provide quality healthcare to all its patients and clients.

Joshua Uwaila, Esq
Head, Public Relations Unit.




UBTH in partnership with Peoplecare announces the commencement of UBTH Virtual Clinic. This clinic allows you to consult our doctors online from the comfort of your home using your mobile phone, tablet or computer.

This service is for everyone. Anytime. Anywhere. We are empowering the community by providing access to quality healthcare, which includes an infectious disease clinic for safe and stress-free coronavirus enquiry and consultation.

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The University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) has discharged its first COVID-19 patient from its Isolation Centre. The 43-year-old patient was admitted on 3rd April, 2020 after he tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2.

Dr Benson Okwara, Head Rapid Response Team COVID-19 in UBTH said, “the patient’s first negative test following resolution of symptoms was on 10th April, 2020, while a follow-up test on 14th April, 2020 also returned a negative result, thus qualifying him for discharge”.

He then encouraged members of the public who have symptoms of COVID-19 (such as cough, fever and shortness of breath) to get tested and, if positive, receive prompt treatment at any of the isolation centres. Speaking further, Dr Okwara stated that a positive result is not death sentence.

The Management of the Hospital uses this opportunity to appeal to members of the public to give correct information to healthcare personnel when they come to the hospital to seek care. Information on travel history (travelling abroad) or contact with a confirmed case should be disclosed so that tests can be done for the safety and wellbeing of all. Misinformation or withholding information regarding an epidemic can make the epidemic spread further. Besides, doing so is against the law.

The Management further appeals to members of the public to partner with the Hospital in its efforts towards continued improvement in healthcare delivery.


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