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Admission in to Post Basic Nursing Progamme for 2023/2024
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WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

DR. Christopher Hassan Laima [MBBS, FWACS]

Head, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

INTRODUCTION

The department of O & G is a very busy department in the hospital with perhaps the highest patients turn over. Since in inception in 2002 the department has been making steady progress. Below is the summary of how the department fared in 2020.

The department is involved in several activities chiefly revolving round the three thematic areas of service delivery, research, and training.

The department had five units with activities spanning the entire week. These activities include

  • Outpatient clinics (antenatal/Gynae)
  • Ward rounds
  • Theatre sessions
  • Special sessions (Colposcopy procedures, pap smears etc.).

These are mainly routine in nature.

The two emergency units of Gynaecological emergency and the labour room are under 24 hour cover by a house officer, Registrar/Medical officer and a senior registrar. Both sections admit patients whether booked or un-booked with the hospital. Thus all emergency cases have 24/7 coverage.

The department is also involved in training of House officers and resident doctors. It is accredited with the West African college of Surgeons.

 

       

STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION

Structure: – the department is made up of the following structures;

          Wards            Obstetrical ward        (46 beds)       

                                Gynaecology  ward       (25 beds)

Labour wards                           (9 beds)

Emergency unit in the Gynae ward (Three beds)

Theatre – structured closely with the labour ward and the neonatal care unit. It contained two operation suits.

  • Call duty rooms; senior Registrars, Registrars and house officers, departmental library and offices for the Nurses in – charge all within the structure at the wards.

 

  • Clinics: – A structure at the GOPD building far away from the departmental structure. There are11 consulting rooms / cubicles, offices, for Nurses in-charge and a large waiting area for our numerous patients.
  • Facilities / Equipment: – the following are the modern equipment’s in used among others in the department.
  • Portable ultrasound machine
  • Cardio-tocographic (CTG) machine.[not in use now]
  • Resuscitaire and resuscitation kit.
  • Colposcopy
  • Hysteroscope (both diagnostic with a monitor) 
  • Laparoscope
    • Organization

The consultants are divided into five teams, A, B, C and D and E the teams are as shown overleaf.  Residents and House officers rotate through these teams in turn each team has its schedule of activities in separate.

LIST OF REGISTRARS/MEDICAL OFFICERS

NoNameDesignation
1DR. PATRICK JOSEPH GUZOL SENIOR REGISTRAR
2DR. NWOBODO CHRIS EMMANUEL SENIOR REGISTRAR
3DR. JOSHUA TINU GANI SENIOR REGISTRAR
4 DR. YAHYA SULEIMANSENIOR REGISTRAR14DR. ELIZABETH JOSEPHRREGISTRAR
5DR. EMEKA OBIANO REGISTRAR
6DR FARIDA ABOKIREGISTRAR
7DR. CHIME ALBERT CHIDUBERE REGISTRAR
8 DR. SABULU JONATHAN LINUSREGISTRAR
9DR THEOPHILUS AUFUWAREGISTRAR
10DR. AISHATU ABUBAKAR KUMOREGISTRAR
11DR. ALIYU MOHAMMED ISAMEDICAL OFFICER
12DR. OLUDOYIN TOLULOPE OLUFAJORMEDICAL OFFICER
13DR. HAUWA ABBAMEDICAL OFFICER
4 DR. YAHYA SULEIMANSENIOR REGISTRAR14DR. ELIZABETH JOSEPHRREGISTRAR
15DR. OKIKE OYINYECHUKWU MARYREGISTRAR
16DR IWAWA I DAVID REGISTRAR
17DR BILQIS MUHAMMAD UWANIREGISTRAR
18DR HAUWA EMMANUEL PAKTAMAREGISTRAR
19DR NWEKE MMADUABUCHI JOEREGISTRAR
20DR HALIMA BABASHANI REGISTRAR
21DR USMAN SADIQ NASIRREGISTRAR
22DR AGOM IBRAHIM DAUDAREGISTRAR
23DR KHADIJA SULEIMAN MUHAMMAD REGISTRAR

SUPPORTING STAFF IN THE DEPT [ADMISTRATION]

S/NoNameDesignationQUALIFICATIONPHONE NUMBER
1Yakubu Musa Chief Clerical OfficerSSCE08024547808
2Yunusa Ibrahim UsmanSecretaryOND Computer science08135199724
3Zainab mResearch Assistant/ Record staffO N D
4Halima HammaConfidential SeccretaryN D

UNITS IN THE DEPARTMENT

INFERTILITY UNIT GYNAE-ENDOSCOPY UNIT MATERNO-FETAL MEDICINE UNIT UROGYNAECOLOGY & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH UNIT GYNAE-ONCOLOGY UNIT
TEAM ATEAM BTEAM CTEAM DTEAM E
PROF BABAGANA BAKOPROF. EL-NAFATY PROF. EL-NAFATY DR TIJJANIDR FAROUK H.U
DR YAHAYA MDDR MUHAMMED RAMONDR. AHMED DR. LAIMA DR AZEEZ
DR OYENIYIDR ADEJOHDR EGWU O
DR AMINA RABIU

ACADEMIC RESIDENCY PROGRAMME

The department runs a robust residency programme for both part one and part two of both the West African college of Surgeons and the National Post graduate college. This due to a structured academic programme that is religiously followed by consultants and residents. These programmes include daily programmes, Weekly programmes and Monthly programmes.

Daily Academic Programmes

Programmes Days Time
Early Morning clinical review Tues / Thur / Fridays 8:00am – 9:00am
Scientific meeting Tuesdays 8:00am – 9:00am
Dewhurst club presentation Wednesdays2:30pm - 4:30pm
House officers’ presentation Thursday s 8:00am - 9:00am
Bedside presentation / Journal club Fridays 9:00am - 11:00am
Maternal Mortality reviewFirst thursday of the month 8:00am - 9:00am

Monthly Academic Programmes

Programmes Days Time
Labour StatisticsFirst Tuesdays of the Month8:00am – 9:30am
Perinatal ReviewFirst Tuesdays of the Month9:30am- 10:30am
Journal club First Fridays of the month 2:00pm- 4:00pm
Maternal Mortality reviewFirst thursdays of the month 8:00am - 9:00am