“I have reviewed the administrative patterns of several Universities of Medical Sciences in many parts of the world, and I have not found one where the university and teaching hospital components are administered as separate institutions,”
“The University campus and the Teaching Hospital complex should be in one location. Ideally, they should never be on different sites. This unified location allows for the development of a harmonized administrative structure for both institutions, which will help to improve efficiency and effectiveness, and also prevent the unnecessary distribution of resources.
-Prof. Friday Okonofua,
University of Medicine, Ondo State.
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