Quality and affordable health care is critical to sustainable development and progress of any system, because, it is the human capital that drives the other factors of the population. Healthy students and healthy workforce automatically translate to higher productivity and sustainable development.

For 2018, there is a plan on ground to strategically reposition LAUTECH health service to meet the priority health needs and current expectations of our target population. Any health plan that fail to revolve round the identified health needs of the University Community will surely result in wastage of hard earned and scarce human and material resources. Having been a major player in the University Health Service delivery for several years and having interacted with relevant stakeholders in the system, I have been able to successfully identify the primary health needs and community expectations for better performance of our health system. We plan To undertake a Health service reform that re-organize health services around people’s needs and expectations, so as to make them more socially relevant and more responsive to the changing world, while producing better outcomes. In moving forward, it is important to learn from the past and, in looking back, it is clear that we can do better in the future. While appreciating the level of commitment of the present leadership of the institution towards uplifting the health service delivery in the University Health facility, it is our plea that the proposed health plan be embraced to enjoy political will for full implementation.

Below is our vision and mission statement as defined.


Our Vision


“To improve quality of life, promote optimal health status and increase life expectancy of all members of the University community.”


Our Mission Statement

“Rendering prompt, preventive, curative, restorative and rehabilitative health care as well as undertake other necessary actions and interventions that will strengthen the University health care system to effectively deliver affordable, accessible and quality health care to the target population.”

The vision and mission statement will be adequately communicated until it is fully understood by all. It will be fully entrenched in all health activities and dictate, the policies, plans and interventions for health in the institution.


  • Health promotion and Immunization service
  • 24 hours outpatient clinical consultation service
  • Inpatient hospital admission service
  • Radiology investigation service
  • Medical Laboratory investigation service
  • Social work and Medical counseling service
  • Restorative and Physical therapy service
  • Medical record and Clinical information service
  • 24hours emergency ambulance service



Ag. Director, Medical Services

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