The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (NAUTH) Nnewi, Anambra State, Ass. Prof. Joseph Ugboaja says the future of the health institution is the permanent site.
This according to him was the reason his administration is putting everything into the movement of the hospital to her permanent site.
This assertion was made during the 2023 Health Information Week/20th Matriculation Ceremony which held at Chief Gilbert Uzodike Hall of NAUTH.
The CMD represented by the Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee (CMAC) Ass. Prof Ogochukwu Ezejiofor said that the management is not leaving any stone unturned to make the parmanent site of NAUTH conducive for staffs, patients and students.
He said as a matter of fact that his administration is uncompromising when it comes to the welfare of the staffers of the health institution.
Ass. Prof Ugboaja revealed to the admiration of the audience that the management is working round the clock towards the full digitalization of the permanent site of NAUTH to key into the global practice of ICT.
The CMD NAUTH admonished the matriculating students to carefully choose good mentors they would like to look up to in hardwork and character noting that the hospital will continue to offer the students support base to succeed in their trainings.
Earlier in her welcome address, the Head, School of Health Information Management of NAUTH, Mrs Uche Nwajagu said that the school has come a long way and has churned out many dynamic and diligent registered health information professionals with high degree of excellence in learning and character.
Mrs Nwajagu pointed out that most of the products of the school are serving in reputable health institutions, advancing their studies in Nigeria and diaspora.
The Head, School of Health Information Management said with relish that SHIM NAUTH stands out among her equals in building confidence in students through practical and qualitative classwork being made available to the students by the highly esteemed lecturers of the institution.
Mrs Nneka Okoye at the occasion presented a paper on “Homosexuality, A Threat To Procreation.”
The highlight of the ceremony was the taking of matriculation vow by the ND 1 and HND 1 students, drama and dance.