Major Overhaul of Orimedu PHC Nears Completion: Hon. Sesan Olowa Optimistic About Improved Healthcare in Ibeju-Lekki.

In a significant stride towards enhancing healthcare services in the Ibeju-Lekki Local Council Development Area (LCDA), kakalistiq.com reports that the Chairman, Engr. Sesan Olowa, has expressed satisfaction with the ongoing overhaul of the Orimedu Primary Health Center (PHC).

Hon. Sesan Olowa

Chairman Olowa disclosed in an interview on Tuesday that the transformation of the medical facility is a noteworthy development that is set to bring about positive socio-economic impacts for the community.

Originally built in the 80s, Chairman Olowa averred that the Orimedu PHC holds historical significance as it has been a vital healthcare resource for numerous families over the decades. He emphasized the importance of preserving this heritage and ensuring that the facility aligns with contemporary healthcare standards.

“Several months ago, the Orimedu PHC required critical improvements to provide better medical services. Now, under the ongoing renovation, the hospital is gradually evolving into a more conducive and habitable space, reflective of the healthcare standards that the community deserves,” he stated.

One of the focal points of the upgrade is the construction of a new fence, a vital aspect of securing the premises. Chairman Engr. Sesan Olowa disclosed that the contractor is set to resume work on the fence shortly, marking another milestone in the comprehensive renovation process.

The Chairman’s optimism about the revamped Orimedu PHC underscores the commitment of the Ibeju-Lekki LCDA to prioritizing the health and well-being of its residents. The transformed health center is expected to not only offer improved medical services but also contribute to the overall socio-economic development of the community.

       

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