Abuja - Dr Ahmed Danfulani, the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of Kubwa General Hospital in the FCT, on Monday said the hospital had begun Internet booking to seek medical attention.
The CMD announced this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kubwa.
He said the service for booking appointments was a new way to alleviate most sufferings being faced by patients who needed medical attention.
“A portal is created to book appointments with doctors, unlike what operates before now when patients will come and wait for a very long time.”
“After such long waiting, they will still be asked to come back, but on this new method, an appointment could be cancelled and rescheduled.”
“The website will introduce all the services we offer; it will also introduce the various staff and the departments we have in the hospital.”
“This is just all about improved service delivery we have to offer to the public and that is why we are here.”
“Whatever we can do to make our service delivery easier, better and much affordable for the people is our priority and we will not hesitate,” the CMD said.
Danfulani said the website was also meant to clue the patients up on the various services that the hospital could offer to them.
He said the Website would always be an interactive one to ensure that the needs of the people were met instantly.
The CMD said the hospital would satisfy the need of the people, with a pharmacy that had the latest software in the country.
He said the Website would also display drugs for inflow and outflow to patients.
The CMD said the lines of doctors were accessible to patients anywhere in the world on the Website for necessary inquires.
He advised the public to log on to www.kubwageneralhospital.com to book appointment with doctors and seek pharmacists’ assistance.