According to the Director of the UHS, Dr. Aderonke Ajav, the UHS Eye Clinic, will now compare favourably with any eye clinic of repute in town while rendering quality services at competitive prices to encourage patronage.
She spoke at the formal dedication of the new UHS Optometry Clinic and equipment.
Dr Ajav said the arrival of the equipment has improved the status of the UHS Optometry Clinic, adding that ailments like cataracts, increased pressure in the eyes, and error of refraction will be picked easily during screening.
She noted that the upgrade of the equipment would contribute significantly to the quality of the ongoing health check for staff as well as improve the performance of the clinic as one of the major revenue generation units of the UHS.
Dr Ajav said information on availability and functionality of the Clinic would be made available to the UI community and all target audiences through official and social channels.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kayode O. Adebowale, mni, FAS, while cutting the tape to open the Clinic formally for use, noted that the Eye is the lamp of the body and so deserves to be well taken care of.
He assured that his administration places premium importance on the well-being of members of the University community.
The upgrade of the Optometry Clinic had cost the University well over N16 Million Naira.