Prof. Dimie Ogoina
Welcome to NDUTH
Providing the highest quality of care
In view of the current health scenario, as a precautionary measure against COVID-19, several constraints have been implemented to limit the spread of the pandemic.
We at NDUTH are committed to continuing essential services to our clients during these difficult times. Combining the diligence of our Doctors and Consultants and the advancement in technology, we would like to make the process of getting a consultation with our doctor, as seamless as possible, while not compromising on the quality of service that must be maintained during this time.
NDUTH is proud to announce the commencement of our Online Consulting Services, that'll allow our patients consult with their Doctors in real-time via a video chat .
The NDUTH is the only tertiary teaching hospital in Bayelsa state, the core of the Niger Delta Region in Nigeria. It offers tertiary health services, train healthcare manpower and conduct health research for the good of humanity.
The NDUTH consists of all cadres of health professionals as well as administrative staff who through teamwork initiate, implement, coordinate and evaluate comprehensive patient care, postgraduate and undergraduate training of all health professionals as well as research, with emphasis on tertiary level of health service delivery.
We provide Medical Social welfare Services for inpatient and outpatient
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NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL
Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital
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5 Steps to Keep the Pandemic at Bay
As the Coronavirus spreads around the globe, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your family.
Wash Your Hands
Please wash your hands frequently with soap and water or an alcohol-based solution.
Avoid touching your face
Avoid touching your face, particularly your eyes, nose or mouth to prevent the virus from entering your body.
Take a step back
In terms of social interaction, take a step back. Stay at least one metre distance from others.No handshakes, hugs.
If you'er feeling sick like a fever, cough, cold, make a call.Follow the instructions provided by your local health authorities.