Oyo state government, on Friday, received a report on the assessment on the status of the Three Hundred and Fifty One (351) Primary Health Care Centers nominated for renovation by the Oyo state Government.
While delivering the report to the Oyo state Commissioner for Health, Dr.Oluwaserimi Ajetunmobi, the Chief Executive Officer of First Health Dynamic Synergy International Limited (FHDSIL), Prof.Temitope Alonge , said that the Company received an approval in April 2022 from the Oyo State Government for partnership in optimizing healthcare services for citizens of Oyo State.
He explained that the project was completed in May 2023 and the report submitted to the office of Executive Governor of Oyo State, adding that the observations and recommendations’ from the report birth to the Stakeholder’s Meeting that was held in July 2023 to review the report.
He maintained that report as at the time of assessment by First Health Dynamic Synergy International Limited, the Three Hundred and Fifty One (351) PHCs nominated for renovation in the Thirty -Three Local Government Areas of Oyo were presented with pictures and observations according to the local Government Areas where they were located.
In her remarks, the commissioner for Health, Dr Oluwaserimi Ajetunmobi, hinted that the Governor Seyi Makinde-led administration had shown unflinching commitment to the health sector since he came on board and prioritized primary health care due to its closeness to the people at grassroots.
She explained that the ministry will look at the report and reconcile with the contractors on the project done so far in all the Three Hundred and Fifty One Primary Health Centers of the State.
She maintained that the report will enable the ministry to have the status of all the Three Hundred and Fifty One Primary Health Centers nominated for renovation so as to move to the next phase.
According to her, “We all know that the Executive Governor of Oyo State, Governor Seyi Makinde is passionate about Primary Health Care because it is easily accessible to the citizenry of the state, and wants everybody to remain healthy.
“On this note, we are going to look at the work that had been done in all our Primary Health Facilities and reconfirm with the Contractors that handled the projects. This will enable us know the current status of these primary health care centers and move to the next phase.