FMC Bida partners FMC Jabi on quality healthcare delivery

The Federal Medical Centre, Bida, Niger state, says it is in partnership with Federal Medical Centre, Jabi, Abuja in providing quality healthcare service delivery so as to save human lives.

Is’haq Usman Sarkin Shanun Jere, the Chairman, FMC Bida Board of Management, stated this during a visit to the Federal Medical Centre, Jabi.

Jere said the visit was part of the hospital strategies to share experiences for effective and efficient service delivery. 

“The visit is desirable and a good opportunity to strengthen synergies for providing high quality healthcare services to Nigerians,” he said.

Sarkin Shanun Jere added that with increased investment in the health sector by the federal government and the quality of services in different tertiary health institutions in the country, medical tourism would soon be a thing of the past.

He also congratulated Profesdsor Sa’ad A. Ahmed, the Medical Director, FMC Jabi, on his recent appointment by President Muhammadu Buhari.

The chairman called on the medical director to justify the confidence reposed in him.

He applauded the hospital for some of its unique services, such as the PPP engagements, Private Wing and IVF services, among others, which were rated to be of high standards. 

He assured the medical director that FMC Bida would emulate some of the operational procedures observed in FMC Jabi for improved service delivery to its clients and service users.

Earlier, the Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, Bida, Dr. Mohammed Aminu Usman, described the visit as significant, for sharing experiences of managing common challenges facing the two tertiary health institutions, with a view to doing better.

Responding, Professor Sa’ad Ahmed, Medical Director, FMC Jabi, expressed appreciation to the Management Board of FMC Bida for the visit.

He said it would enhance peer review for effective service delivery in the two tertiary health facilities.

The medical director pledged that the visit would be reciprocated while urging other boards to emulate FMC Bida for quality peer review. 

The board was conducted round different clinical service areas during the visit.

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