Afe Babalola University Multi-System Hospital Chief Medical Director Ado Ekiti Dr Kolawole Ogundipe said that the accreditation granted to the hospital by the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria to train doctors residents will improve the quality of health care and medical education.

Ogundipe, who described it as a dream come true and a worthy development, praised the founder of the hospital, Aare Afe Babalola, for “his vision, his incomparable and selfless contributions to Medicare and the medical education in the country ”.

CMD said this in a statement by ABUAD’s Director of Business Affairs, Tunde Olofintila, titled “Postgraduate medical school accredits ABUAD MSH to train resident physicians,” which was made available to reporters at Ado Ekiti.

“With this accreditation to train resident physicians, ABUAD MSH will be able to do more to ensure better and affordable health care and medical education in the country. I congratulate everyone who made this possible, ”Ogundipe said.

According to the statement, the college made the decision to grant the four-year-old hospital full accreditation to begin training resident physicians from October 5, 2021 at its 125th meeting held on December 2, 2021.

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