• Lagos University Teaching Hospital

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital

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  • Interns

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) is a tertiary referral hospital in Idi-Araba, Surulere, Lagos State, the administrative division of Nigeria. The hospital was established in 1962 and is affiliated with the University of Lagos College of Medicine....[...]
    Date Posted: 10 Jun 2016
  • Medical/Dental House Officers

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) is a tertiary referral hospital in Idi-Araba, Surulere, Lagos State, the administrative division of Nigeria. The hospital was established in 1962 and is affiliated with the University of Lagos College of Medicine....[...]
    Date Posted: 10 Jun 2016
  • Dentists

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    The Lagos University Teaching Hospital is desirous of recruiting professionally committed candidates into its Residency Training Programme in the position below:...[...]
    Date Posted: 19 Nov 2015
  • Medical Doctors

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    The Lagos University Teaching Hospital is desirous of recruiting professionally committed candidates into its Residency Training Programme in the position below:...[...]
    Date Posted: 19 Nov 2015
  • Dental Nurse Tutors

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the under mentioned position....[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Jun 2014
  • Health Records Officers

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the under mentioned position....[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Jun 2014
  • Intensive Care Nurses

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    RequirementCandidates must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria and possess current practising license.Possession of Specialist/Post-Basic Certificates is required.Salary: This will be in line with approved government salary scales for the cad[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Jun 2014
  • General Nurses

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    RequirementsCandidates must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria and possess current practising license.Salary: This will be in line with approved government salary scales for the cadre and dependent on qualification and experience of successf[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Jun 2014
  • Perioperative Nurses

    Lagos University Teaching Hospital
    RequirementCandidates must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria and possess current practising license. Possession of Specialist/Post-Basic Certificates is required....[...]
    Date Posted: 21 Jun 2014
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  • About Lagos University Teaching Hospital
  • The Lagos University Teaching Hospital and the Medical School Complex grew out of a Cabinet decision of April, 1961 when the Council of Ministers set up a Cabinet Committee to consider the recommendations of Sir Eric Ashby's Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Nigeria. Members of the Cabinet Committee were Mr. Aja Nwachuckwu (Minister of Education), Dr. T. O.Elias (Attorney-General and Minister of Justice), Mr. Olu Akinfosile (Minister of Communications), Alhaji Shehu Shagari (Minister of Establishments) and Senator (Dr) M.A. Majekodunmi (Minister of State). The Secretary to the Committee was Mr. C. O. Lawson, Deputy Secretary to the Council of Ministers. Two of the many recommendations of the Committee approved by the Council of Ministers were:-
    The effective and rapid re-organisation of hospitals in Lagos, Surulere, Ibadan, Kaduna and Enugu for teaching clinical medicine

    The establishment of a full-fledged Medical School in Lagos as soon as possible to make use of the existing medical institutions.
    The objective was to train at least 100 Doctors annually in Medical Schools in Nigeria from 1975 onwards. The Cabinet reshuffle of June that year saw two of those who served on the Committee being appointed to implement these decisions. These were Senator (Dr.) M.A. Majekodunmi, Minister of Health and Mr. C. O. Lawson, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health.

    The site on which the Mainland Hospital was built and now occupied by LUTH and CMUL was a ninety-two (92) acre field of bush and farmland. In the perennial circumstances of scarcity of funds, it was considered economical to adapt the finished buildings of the new Surulere Mainland Hospital to suit the needs of a Teaching Hospital/Medical School Complex. The energy and enthusiasm of the Minister of Health enabled this task to be accomplished in record time.

    Chief (Dr. Majekodunmi, being very distinguished member of the Nigerian Medical Service, had played a major role in the planning of the original Mainland Hospital. This far-sighted and far-reaching decision to re-orientate the original objective was to add a new and significant dimension to the contributions, which both the hospital and the Medical School were to make to health care delivery in Nigeria, Africa and beyond.

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