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    • CONTENT
      Introduction
      Procurement Philosophy / Objectives
      Physical Development
      Units/Specialities
      Documentation & Specification
      Benefits
      Summary of Costs
      Prayer & Conclusion
    • Introduction
      Lautech Teaching Hospital and the College of Medicine are located on the Ilorin – Ogbomoso road.
      They are both about 100km from Ibadan, 60 km from Ilorin and 220km from Lagos - the commercial hub of Nigeria.
      The Teaching Hospital occupies approximately 66,000 square meters while the college of Medicine is on 58,000 square meters.
      Below is a layout plan of both complexes;
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      Location Map
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      The Teaching Hospital comprises the following Units
      • Accident & Emergency
      • Out – patient Department
      • Pharmacy
      • Laboratory complex I
      • Laboratory complex II
      • Paediatrics
      • Labour & Delivery
      • Physiotherapy , Dialysis and Psychiatry
      • Kitchen & Laundry
      • Special care baby unit
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      Site Plan of Teaching Hospital Complex
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      Site Plan of College of Medicine
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      College of Medicine
      1500 seater Auditorium
      400 seater Auditorium
      Administrative Building
      Department of Nursing
      Department of Dentistry
      Clinical science building
      Virology
      Hostel
      House officers quarters
      Library
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      Physical Development
      The teaching hospital complex with all the ancillary facilities and infrastructure is expected to be completed in December 2010 in phases as shown below. The College of Medicine is be handed over in May 2010
      Teaching Hospital
      Phase I: May 2010
      Central Administration
      Accident and Emergency
      Paediatrics Emergency
      Paediatrics wards
      Outpatient Department
      Mortuary
      Laundry
      Kitchen
      House officers Residence
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      Phase II: August 2010
      All the various wards
      Pharmacy
      Phase III: December 2010
      • The Theatre complexThe Diagnostic Imaging departmentThe Physiotherapy departmentAll the LaboratoriesThe Medical Gas plant & reticulation.
    • ENTRANCE
    • FRACTURE CLINIC
    • HOUSE OFFICERS 1 & 2
    • LAB COMPLEX 1
    • AERIAL VIEW
    • O.P.D 1
    • O.P.D 2
    • REVIEW OF ARCHITECTURAL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING AND SERVICES DRAWINGS
      The following modifications and reviews were made to the original design and construction works to ensure functionality and effectiveness
    • - Medical gas plant
      - Water treatment plant
      - Information and Computer Technology
      a) Patient monitoring
      b) Tele – Medicine
      c) Data and phone access in all private rooms
      - Wheel chair accessibility to all areas especially to all toilets and shower cubicles.
      - Pressurised water supply
      - Wards re-arrangement
      - UPS Rooms
    • SERVICES
      Information and Computer Technology
      Sewerage System
      Water supply and Distribution
      Building Fire Protection
      Power supply
    • Procurement Philosophy
      Hospitals should provide quality health care services for all and sundry. The Teaching Hospital is expected to offer state-of –the-art facilities for Nigerians and the West African Community in general and Oyo State indigenes in particular.
      Create centres of excellence to cater for the affluent in the society.
      Manpower
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      Revenue Generation
      Generation of 50% of operating cost by the 3rd year
      Private medical practice
      Commercial medical gases
      Privatised mortuary services
      Registered ambulance services
      Production of IV fluids by the Pharmacy department for onward sale to other hospitals
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      Which Specialities?
      Orthopaedics
      Neurosurgery
      Diagnostic Imaging
      Cardiology Department
      Renal/Haemodialysis
      Private Suites
      Paediatrics
      Obstetrics & Gynaecology
      Dentistry
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      Why the above specialities?
      The affluent to pay for services by making some specialities centres of excellence
      Specialities that would cater for the general population
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      Orthopaedics
      The following are the units we intend to put in place;
      - Arthritis & Joint replacements
      - Foot and Ankle services
      - Hand and Upper limb services
      - Shoulder and Elbow services
      - Sport Medicine services
      - Spine services
      - Trauma service
      - Paediatric Orthopaedic services
      - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
      - Artificial Limbs services
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      Neurosurgery
      Brain Tumor Medical Therapy
      Brain Tumor Surgical Therapy
      Computer Guided Neurosurgery
      Endo vascular Neurosurgery
      Extra cranial-Intra cranial Bypass
      Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
      Movement Disorder Surgery
      Neuro vascular Surgery
      Pediatric Neurosurgery
      Pituitary Surgery
      Radio surgery
      Spine And Spinal Cord Surgery
      Stereotactic Brain Biopsy
      Trigeminal Neuralgia
      tumor medical therapy
      Brain tumor surgical therapy
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      Diagnostic Imaging
      Breast Imaging
      Cardiac Imaging
      CT Colonography
      Digital X-ray
      Molecular Imaging
      Magnetic Resonance Imaging
      Nuclear Imaging
      Computerised Tomography
      Ultrasound Imaging
      Radiotherapy
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      Cardiology Department
      Vascular Medicine/Intervention
      Vascular Imaging
      Chronic Heart Disease and prevention
      Arrhythmias Disorders
      Heart failures and transplantations
      Paediatric Cardiology
      Echo Cardiography
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      Renal / Haemodialysis
      Hypertensive Clinic
      Haemodialysis
      Transplant Nephrology
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      Obstetrics & Gynaecology
      General Obstetrics
      Maternal foetal Medicine
      PerinatalPaediatrics
      General Gynaecology
      Gynaecological Surgery
      Menopause and Hormonal disorders
      Gynaecological Oncology
      Centre for reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
      Family planning
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      Specification of Equipment
      See Appendix 1
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      Social & Economic Benefits
      Generation of jobs, skilled and semi -skilled for local indigenes
      Increased economic activities in and around the surrounding areas.
      Social development and mobility
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      Summary of Costs
      Medical Equipment & Medical Furniture $40.00m
      Furniture & Fittings (Offices, libraries etc) $ 7.00m
      Medical Gas Plant $ 5.60m
      Engineering works $ 6.50m
      $59.10m
      VAT $2.95m
      Tax $2.95m
      Grand Total $64.00m
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      Prayer
      100% funding of procurement & installation costs
      Repayment on mutually agreeable terms
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