Lagos University Teaching hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja Lacks Facility Managers

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Lagos State Government has been charged to look into the issue of lack of facility managers at the Lagos University Teaching hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja, in order to sustain its high ratings in facility management and hygiene in the health care sector of the state. Head of Domestic Services, LASUTH, Mr Olayinka Scot, made this call during the 10th annual conference of Health Attendants and Caregivers at the weekend.
According to him, “the disengaged facility managers’ responsibilities are now on the attendants, who cannot leave the hospital dirty. Now, they are the ones cleaning the premises and making the whole environs clean so that the hospital can maintain the class it is known for in hygiene.” Scot, who is an Assistant Director, however advised the caregivers to take advantage of the conference to build their knowledge and capacity needed to be at their best as much more is expected of them by the management.
He said, “chasing after money from dubious means or act like sourcing for sensitive documents on behalf of patients and their families from unauthorised means has grievous consequences.” He appealed to attendants to face their duty, avoid bickering and gossips around as well as comport themselves in the most acceptable ways in the presence of patients and their families assuring them that the management will reward staff with notable and acceptable character.
Lagos University Teaching hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja Lacks Facility Managers Lagos University Teaching hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja Lacks Facility Managers Reviewed by EMMANUEL CHINEKS on December 27, 2015 Rating: 5

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