Monday 23rd October, 2017
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Assembly renames Rivers varsity, teaching hospital

Assembly renames Rivers varsity, teaching hospital

As part of its social responsibility and community services, Babcock University Teaching Hospital, Ibadan Annex has given free medical services to over 300 people in Ibadan.
The hospital offered ser­vices ranging from eye check, blood pressure check, cervi­cal screening, Hepatitis, ret­roviral check, malaria para­site and subsidised surgeries.
The community medical outreach which took place at Aleshinloye Market was to make healthcare facilities accessible to people who can­not afford it in the state.
Speaking at the event, the Administrator of Babcock University Teaching Hospi­tal Annex Ibadan, Mr Tosin Adeleke, said the programme was a way of giving back to the society.
Adeleke expressed joy at the impressive turnout of people in Ibadan, stressing that about fifteen states have benefitted from the free med­ical care.
Beneficiaries appreciated Babcock University for mak­ing health care accessible to the masses.
Speaking with journalists, the leader of the Aleshinloye Market, Isiaka Onibode, commended the hospital for contributing its quota to soci­etal development.

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