Again, Oyo Gov’t Closes Six Health Facilities Over Quackery

Again, Oyo Gov’t Closes Six Health Facilities Over Quackery

Oyo State Government, has shut six health facilities across the state over quackery.

 

The six health facilities sealed committed various offenses, including recruitment of unqualified personnel to provide medical services and engage in illicit practices.

 

Speaking during an inspection and monitoring exercise held within the Ibadan metropolis, the State Antiquackery Task Force Committee Chairman, Dr. Adekunle Aremu said the team carried out the operation as part of the government’s efforts towards protecting the health and well-being of residents.

 

Dr. Aremu said the Oyo State government would not tolerate any form of quackery or substandard practice in the health sector.

 

He added that anyone found culpable would face the full wrath of the law.

 

He urged the public to report any suspicious or illegal activity in any health facility to the Ministry of Health or the nearest security agency.

 

He also advised the public to patronize only accredited and registered health facilities in the state, adding that they must ensure only qualified personnel attend to them.

 

He appealed to health workers to abide by the ethics and standard of their profession.

 

The Chairman also urged residents to cooperate with the government in its quest to provide quality and affordable health care to the people.

 

He said: “The goals remain clear, Oyo State government is dedicated to upholding rigorous standards and prioritizing the health and safety of every resident.

 

“The government ensures that healthcare services consistently meet the highest benchmarks for quality and safety, so citizens can trust their well-being”.

 

Among the facilities sealed were the New Jobi Memorial Hospital; Omolara Clinic & Maternity Home Iped Amazing Grace Medical Clinic; Emiloju Clinic and Maternity Centre Ogbere and Safeway Clinic, Gbaremu; Emilagba clinic and Maternity Centre, Ibadan.

 

E-signed:

Prince Dotun Oyelade,

Commissioner for Information and Orientation,

Oyo State.

February 15, 2024.

Related posts

NIWA to dredge River Niger, license 2,200 boats in Lagos

Abisola

ARREST ANY PARENT WHO COMES NEAR CBT CENTRE DURING UTME – JAMB

Abisola

IWD 2024: Osun NAWOJ Calls on Women To Champion Inclusion, Stakeholders To Show Commitment 

Abisola

NIWA Denies Allegations on Alleged Extortion and Interference

Abisola

Yoruba Nation: Governor Adeleke Takes Pre-emptive Security Measures, Appeal for Dialogue

Abisola

War Against Drug Abuse: NDLEA Collaborates HFDI To Sensitize Students in Osun

Abisola