The Chief Medical Director (CMD), Prof. Adewole Oke, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Lagos that the teaching hospital was striving to be the hub of qualitative healthcare delivery in Nigeria.
Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) doctors performing surgery. Oke said the hospital was making effort to end the treatment of diseases that could be treated locally; hence, there it was ready to do its best.
"We have a government that is interested in the health sector; that is ready to move the sector forward. It has provided enough infrastructure and world-class facilities.
Oke said that with the world-class facilities available in the teaching hospital, it was set to stand without any assistance from overseas as regards surgery.
"As it stands today, we can boast of first-class infrastructure, hence, we can also provide first-class services in terms of healthcare for Lagosians and Nigeria as a whole.
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