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The College Clinic provides an out patient general practice service daily and it opens at 8:00am and closes at 7:00pm excluding weekends.

OBJECTIVES:

To meet the immediate health needs of the students, staff and staff dependants of the College Community. To assist in the preventive, curative, restorative and rehabilitative health care delivery with a view to maintaining healthy living thereby enhancing productivity of members of the College Community. To provide and environment that is conducive to learning. To also provides training ground for students on practicum. 

To serve as specimen collection centre for students in MLT Department .

Service To The Community:

To provide adequate primary health care services to the people of Ilese and its neighbouring communities in terms of monitoring the growth of children 0-5 years and to provide immunization services to children 0-2 years provide ante-natal clinic for pregnant mothers.

Clinic Services:

The College Clinic services provide Primary Health Care Services to members of the community, people of Ilese-Ijebu and its neigbouring villages.

Procedure and Registration:

All students admitted into the College are expected to register with the College Clinic. Students are expected to undergo medical examination at the College Clinic before registration. Students are also expected to present chest X-ray and radiologist report. In addition they are to bring along for registration 2 recent passport photographs. Staff members are also expected to register in the College Clinic on submission of the completed Medical Examination forms on assumption of duty. Non-members of the College Community could register at the Clinic with payment of one hundred naira (N100) only.

Operation of The College Clinic:

The College has a qualified Medical Doctor and other Health Personnel to attend to patients. Students are advised to report at the Clinic between 9:00am and 12:00 noon, emergency cases can be attended to between 8:00am to 7:00pm.