Imo International Hospital Ikeduru: Functional, Fully Equipped & The best of Its Kind

Imo International Hospital Ikeduru: Functional, Fully Equipped & The best of Its Kind

By Ike Chidi, Owerri

Imo International Hospital, Ikeduru Imo State has been described as one of the best out of the 27 LGA Hospitals built in the state by the Outgoing Governor Rochas Okorocha for its state of the art facilities.

The governor, who commissioned the hospital through the Secretary to State Government, Engr Mark Uchendu, recently amidst funfare, said the hospital will serve the health issues of people of the state being fully equipped in line with global best practices.

Okorocha, noted that the Hospital which is among the numerous hospitals built by his rescue mission government in the state is poised to meet health need of the people, emphasizing that the hospital is affordable even though it was leased to private management which is devoted to offer effective medical services to the people.

He urged people to patronize the hospital, adding that students are allowed to do Internship in the hospital having sound equipment, and as well thanked the partners for a job well done.

While adding

that the management of the Ikeduru Hospital intends to make the hospital tourism attraction centre especially on quality medical accessment, Vice President, Ikeduru Hospital, Doctor Austin Agbhiwe, said the management decided to invest heavily on the hospital so that people can have value on health accessment, saying “our services is 24 hours with medical doctors ready to offer adequate services for curative. Our hospital is very effective and affordable to all patients. Government of Imo state has done noble in establishing the hospital.

Vice President, Ikeduru Hospital, Dr Austin Agbhiwe

Vice President, Ikeduru Hospital, Dr Austin Agbhiwe

Dr Agbahiwe outlined that the Imo International Health System, Ikeduru Hospital Campus and the American Cancer Treatment, Research Centre and American Diagnostic Centre which were also inaugurated, are plus to the General Hospital, stating that diabetes, cancer, antenatal, cardio, etc, are treated therein.

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