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When did Lagos State University Teaching Hospital start training residents?
The department informally started training of residents in 1997 with successful training of residents for the primary examinations. Formal training started with the upgrading of the former General Hospital Ikeja, to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital in the year 2000.
What is the ICU unit at Lagos University Teaching Hospital?
One of the main facilities within the Lagos University Teaching Hospital is the ICU unit. which was established on September 1963. The unit serves as the first line of care for patients with serious to life-threatening conditions or injuries. It is a 10-bedded compact unit.
What is the Eye Institute of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital?
The Eye institute of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital is a department in the hospital which caters to the eye care needs of the inhabitant of Lagos State, as well as those of its neighbors. The department of Physiotherapy boasts highly skilled and dedicated staffs that provide service to clients from across Lagos State and others State.
Which is the largest teaching hospital in Nigeria?
LUTH is the largest teaching hospital in Nigeria with 761 beds. It serves about 25 million people in Lagos State. . The teaching hospital trains students in the College of Medicine at the University of Lagos in the Medical, Dental, Pharmacology and other departments.