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LUTH gets first female Admin Director in 62 years

The Federal Ministry of Health has approved the appointment of Ms. Omolola Olubukunola Fakeye as the substantive Director of Administration at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi Araba.

She is the first female to hold the position in the hospital’s 62-year history having served in acting capacity since December 2023.

Ms Omolola will manage LUTH’s administrative functions, leveraging her extensive experience to drive excellence and growth.

She is a seasoned human resources practitioner, holding a license to practice and has over 25 years of experience at LUTH. She has previously served as an accreditation desk officer, secretary, board of studies for Luth Schools, Secretary, LUTH Schools, Academic Board, Unit Head, Junior Administration, Personnel Division, LUTH, Head, Human Resources Division, LUTH, Principal Desk Officer, Servicom LUTH,
Head, Corporate Services/ PRO, LUTH.

She is coming on board with a strong leadership character and a deep commitment to efficiency, innovation, and the highest standards of healthcare administration.

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She has expressed a determination to enhance operational effectiveness, foster a supportive and professional environment for staff, and ensure the delivery of superior healthcare services.

Her visionary approach and strategic initiatives are set to propel LUTH towards achieving greater milestones in Healthcare Administration and Patient Care, reinforcing the Hospital’s reputation as a leading institution.

Ms. Fakeye graduated from the University of Ibadan with B.sc and MSc in Political Science in 1995 and 1998, respectively. She further obtained her MBA(finance) from Lagos State University in 2005.

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