Unilorin begins kidney transplant Reviewed by Momizat on . The University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) is set to start performing cosmetic surgery and kidney transplant. The Chief Medical Director, Prof. Abdulwahe The University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) is set to start performing cosmetic surgery and kidney transplant. The Chief Medical Director, Prof. Abdulwahe Rating:
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The University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) is set to start performing cosmetic surgery and kidney transplant.
The Chief Medical Director, Prof. Abdulwaheed Olatinwo, while speaking at a press conference in Ilorin on Tuesday said UITH had the capacity to match the development which will take effect from June.
Prof. Olatinwo said, “We are already working with some institutions outside the country so that people can go for training on cosmetic surgery. We have the capacity, manpower, two consultants and we believe that within a very short time, people can even come in for cosmetics training.”
According to him, “About renal care and kidney transplant, we believe in total quality care…I can assure you that we are almost at the state of carrying out the procedure. Investigations have been concluded. Before the end of June, we shall be able to have renal plant transmission.”
The Professor disclosed that because of the improved health care, many foreigners had been coming to Nigeria for medical attention, adding that the number of Nigerians travelling abroad for medical attention had reduced.

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  • hakeem

    Thank God, Nigeria is developing. Other Universities in Nigeria should emulate Unilorin so that Nigerians who have no money to travel abroad for treatment will get it here in Nigeria. Bravo Unilorin.

  • Nasiru Abubakar

    That is wonderful achvmen,we pray god 2 uphold dis work nd guide uilorin.

  • http://www.channelstv.com mariam.m.

    may almighty God bring ur plans n handiwork to perfectn,dat shows we re goin somewhere,at least nigerians will nt be dieing of chronic ailments like kidney failure.keep it up unillorin

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