The Kwara State University health Services (KWASU Clinic) is located at the Centre of the Malate campus of the University. It is directly behind the Engineering Building and Beside the PPP hostels.
The clinic is open 24 hours in a day, and all days of the week including the public holidays. It is a Primary Health Care Centre. There are 2 Ambulances attached to the clinic when there is need to refer cases to the Secondary care(General Hospital, Taiwo Road) or the Tertiary care (University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Oke-Oyi, Ilorin).
The KWASU clinic has adequate man-power. Six qualified medical officers handle Outpatient, In-patient and Emergency services at the clinic.
Nine Nursing Officers, Pharmacy Technicians and Assistants, Health Attendants, Medical Laboratory Staff, Environmental Health Officers, Medical Records Officers as well as two Ambulance Drivers and a Secretary carry out various other activities at the clinic. The Medical Director co-ordinates all Health care services of the KWASU clinic. Upon resumption to the University, each student is expected to present him/herself at the KWASU clinic where they get notified of the date for commencement of Registration at the clinic.The KWASU Clinic Registration will involve early presentation (7am) on the date communicated to the students.
- A form of personal data will be issued to be filled by the student
- The student will proceed for Blood testing (Blood group, Genotype, Hepatitis tests) at the clinic medical laboratory.
- From the medical laboratory, the student is expected to proceed to the Nursing unit for weight, Height and Eye tests (Snelling’s test).
- The final point of registration will be the Doctor’s consulting room where a student will be certified fit /unfit /a special case for close monitoring for the course of study.
- The student will then be issued a clinic registration number which he/she is expected to store on his personal mobile phone for easy access. A clinic small card will also be given on which the Registration no, results of blood test and any other information concerning the student must have been written for personal record purposes.
The KWASU Clinic staff takes shifts at 4pm every day as each shift works 7am-4pm and 4pm – 7am.
4pm is therefore the transition time. Students are implored to kindly present their health concerns before 4pm or from 5pm .
This is to take care of the logistics of handling over between the different shifts.
The KWASU Clinic management also seeks the support of its numerous users to present early before cases deteriorate, in order to achieve excellent outcomes of care.
We look forward to seeing you around.