TECHNICAL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS MERGER OF SCHOOLS OF NURSING, MIDWIFERY AND UNIMED

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The Technical Committee set up by the Ondo State government  on the takeover of the state School of Nursing, Midwifery and the Medical Village by the University of Medical Sciences (UNIMED), has submitted its report.

Chairman of the committee and Senior Special Assistant to Governor Akeredolu on Administrative and Policy Planning, Jones Ogunmusire while presenting the report  said the committee recommended that the Schools of Nursing and Midwifery be joined with UNIMED.

The committee also recommended that the Medical Village in Ondo City be used as the teaching hospital of  the University of Medical Sciences.

On his part, Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu assured that the recommendations of the committee would be looked into and implemented  before  next session.

Akeredolu expressed hope thay  it would be a good development to attach all the schools  to UNIMED instead of having them as separate entities.

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