Eifediyi Assumes Office As New CMD Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital

The Coordinating Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Prof. Muhammad Pate has conveyed the approval of President Tinubu to Prof. Reuben Eifediyi as Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital Irrua, Edo State.

This was according to a communique made available to TheFact Daily on Monday, February 26, 2024.

According to the document signed by the Acting Chief Information Officer (ACIO), Federal Ministry of Health, Olawale Opeloye, the appointment of Prof. Eifediyi as New Chief Medical Director of Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital was for the initial 4 years with effect from 15th February, 2024.

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While conveying the appointment letter to the Chief Medical Director, Prof. Ali Pate reminded him of the enormous responsibilities ahead and tasked him to consolidate and improve on his predecessors’ achievements to justify the confidence reposed in him.

He charged him to ensure that the system at his hospital was effective, and services were better and available to the people. He also admonished him to form a team with his staff and carry everybody along in order to succeed.

Pate further tasked him to, “operate an all-inclusive open door policy, create a good working atmosphere and work in unity of purpose with all stakeholders”.

The Minister later reiterated the Federal Government’s determination to strengthen the Medical Sector to match up with global standards.

In his acceptance speech, the new Chief Medical Director, Prof. Reuben Eifediyi appreciated and thanked President Bola Tinubu and the entire Management team and staff of the Federal Ministry of Health for finding him worthy of the assignment.

He further promised to fulfill all his obligations and statutory duties in accordance with the action plan of the Health Sector.

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