LASUTH officially unveils ‘Project Eagle’ aimed at improving quality of healthcare services delivered to patients.
Written by News Room on March 6, 2022
Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has officially unveiled ‘Project Eagle’ aimed at improving the quality of healthcare services delivered to patients.
The project, officially launched, yesterday, was part of LASUTH management’s commitment to providing excellent services to clients, with the use of modern state-of-the-art equipment and committed staff.
According to the Chief Medical Director (CMD), Professor Adetokunbo Fabamwo, the board and management of the hospital embarked on a number of laudable projects under the “Project Eagle’, to bring innovation and accessible healthcare services to the people.
He listed the components of the project to include: Enforcing existing proactive management policies; active space/bed management policies; commencement of an adverse report registers and management system; more intensive and regular Staff training and retraining; advocacy to reduce the influx of non-tertiary patients into LASUTH; automation; international accreditation and formalize collaboration with highbrow private hospitals in Lagos.
On power supply, the CMD said it remains a key requisite to delivering quality healthcare services. He said the Mainland Independent Power Plant (IPP) has been unable to keep up with giving the hospital regular power supply of recent
Fabanwo said in response to the persistent lobbying by the hospital management, the governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has granted the delivery of three new 500 KVA Generator.