The Chief Medical Director of the Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja (FMC), Dr Olatunde Alabi, has said that measures were being put in place to reduce stress on patients visiting the hospital.
Alabi who spoke on Wednesday in Lokoja at the 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria (MDCAN), of FMCL said that the measures were such that would make the centre become more functional.
According to Alabi, the measures will enhance service delivery to patients, which will make the centre to remain the most patronised in the state.
Speaking on the theme of the AGM: ”Achieving an Excellent and an Efficient Seamless Service at the Hospital: Problem and Solutions,” Alabi harped on the need for staff to have a change of attitude to duty.
He said that the hospital on its part would continue to provide the necessary equipment and encouragement for the staff to put in their best.
The Chief Medical Director lauded the MDCAN for its various assistance to the centre, urging all other associations to emulate them.
The Chairman of MDCAN, FMCL branch, Dr Ayo Ogunmola, said that the lecture was organised as part of efforts to make the hospital a centre of excellence in service delivery.