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Welcome to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital

Our driving objective at LASUTH is to become a world class quartenary hospital, using cutting edge technology and highly developed human resources to render excellent medical care/services to the good people of Lagos State and beyond in-order to markedly reduce the number of patients seeking medical tourism abroad.
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Our Departments

Obstretric & Gyneacology

The Obstrestrics & Gynaecology of the hospital is an active departmen that ensure adequate patients care and safe delivery through the deployment of evidence-based practices in a safe and conducive working environment. It is known for its sound specialist training as well as its sub-specialities to Resident doctors in preparation for specialiest practise and career academics.

The major core process of the department includes: Research, Training and Services. The department is sub-divided into some smaller unit, namely:
- Green Unit: Oncology and Pathological Services/Urogynaecology
- Red Unit: Gynaecology Endoscopy
- Yellow Unit: Maternal-Fetal Medicine
- Orange Unit: Reproductive Endocrinology and Fertility
- Blue Unit: Adolescent Gynaecological Disorders

The staff strength of the department includes thirteen (13) Consultants, fourteen (14) Senior Registrars, Twenty-six (26) Registrars and six (6) Administrative officers.

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DR. ADEWUNMI A. A.

Head of Department
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Ophthalmology

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 inhabitants of Lagos State, as well as those of its neighbors like Ogun,Oyo States and even as far as the Eastern and Northern parts of the Nigeria and neighboring countries. 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.

The department offers a five year program in residency training in Ophthalmology. It also renders academic training to undergraduates (medical students) in the Lagos State College of Medicine.


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Dr. M. M. IDRIS

Head of Department
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Commiunity Health

Community Health & Primary Health Care Department strives to provide excellent preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative health services to Lagos State Residents, whilst also training public health specialists to meet the health needs of all Nigerians.


Community Health & Primary Health Care Department strives to provide excellent preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative health services to Lagos State Residents, whilst also training public health specialists to meet the health needs of all Nigerians.

Our core Processes are:
- Services to patients
- Training
- Research


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DR. Olabisi Kuyinu

Head of Department
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General Surgery

The Surgery department of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital is a department in the hospital which provides all forms of surgical services to all the inhabitant of Lagos State, as well as those of its neighbors like Ogun, Oyo States and even as far as the Eastern and Northern parts of the Nigeria and neighboring countries.

Some of the departments main objectives includes:
- Treating patients with skilled hands and compassion while ensuring surgical services are rendered in an atmosphere of mutual respect
- Team work with other health care workers and administrative staff.
- To make surgery attractive to medical students.
- Training surgery residents to be leaders and respected surgeons well versed in teaching, research and clinical services.


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Prof. I. O Fadeyibi

Head of Department
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Medicine:

The Department of Medicine is one of the major clinical departments in Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH. The Department provides high-quality, personalized patient care and leading-edge research programs.

In LASUTH, the Medicine department has nine major units which includes Respiratory, Nephrology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Rheumatology, Clinical Pharmacology, Neurology and Gastroenterology. We also have the state-of-the-art Medical Emergency unit which is one of the best Emergency units in the country.

The Department of Medicine Comprises of six [6] ward divisions, which are Male Medical Wards A & B, Female Medical, BT Male & Female and Medical Emergency.

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DR. O. O. OSHINAIKE

Head of Department
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Our Facilities

22250

Happy Patients

62

Sub-Specialities

1560

Total Doctors

900

Number of Nurses

Our Clinical Services

Latest News

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LASUTH Signs On PPP for Oxygen Production & Supply

As part of the effort towards delivering quality healthcare service to the people of Lagos State and environs, the board and management of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has signed a Private Public Partnership with Lordus Medical & Surgical Supply Company

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LASUTH, Alliance for Smile Mission Team and Smile Train Organization

LASUTH Management, in conjunction with Alliance for Smile team and Smile Train Organization have once again put wide smiles on the lips of indigent patients with varied degrees of cleft–lip and palate.

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LASUTH Health Attendants hold 14th Annual Conference

The Health Attendants in Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) have been charged to be diligent in their various duties. The call was made at the 2019 Annual Health Attendants Conference tagged; “Improving Attitudes and Communication in Quality Health Care Service

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