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Prioritizing Emergency Medical Services in integrated Healthcare in Edo State

[bt_section][bt_row][bt_column width=”1/1″][bt_hr top_spaced=”topExtraSmallSpaced” bottom_spaced=”bottomSmallSpaced” transparent_border=”noBorder” el_class=”” el_style=”” responsive=””][/bt_hr][bt_text] Edo State Government in collaboration with University of Benin Teaching Hospital and Ghana National Ambulance Service presents a one-day workshop on Prioritizing Emergency Medical Services in integrated Healthcare in Edo State Date: Friday, 17th June, 2022 Time: 10:00AM Venue: John Odigie Oyegun Training Institute Resource Persons 1. Dr. Maxwell Osei-Ampofo (MBCHB, MBA, MPH, FGCS) Consultant Emergency Physician, Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra Ghana, Deputy CEO, Ghana National Ambulance Service. 2. Dr Alex Sloboda Consultant Emergency Physician Emergency Medicine Instructor Columbia University Irving Medical Center , Fellow of Global Emergency Medicine University of Columbia, USA. 3. Prof Pius Iribhogbe Consultant Trauma Surgeon. Head, Department of Surgery and Co-ordinator, School of Paramedics, UBTH 4. Dr S. Omorogbe Consultant Trauma Surgeon Co-ordinator, Trauma Emergency UBTH [/bt_text][/bt_column][/bt_row][/bt_section]

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The University of Benin Teaching Hospital was taken over by the Federal Government on April 1st, 1975 as the fifth teaching hospital coming after Ibadan Teaching Hospital and Lagos Teaching Hospital.

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