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Ondo reiterates commitment to qualitative healthcare

Ondo State government has reiterated its determination to continue to provide qualitative healthcare at all times.

Commissioner for Health, Dr Dayo Adeyanju, expressed this during an unscheduled visits to the Comprehensive Health Centre and the Specialist Hospital at Igbara Oke, respectively.

While expressing satisfaction over the commitment of the workers in the health facilities, he noted that such would go a long way in putting smiles on the faces of their patient.

Describing health as wealth, the commissioner charged individuals to always access the health facilities around them when necessary.

According to him, Ondo State government had invested heavily in the health sector, saying that this has attracted recommendations within and outside the country.

Dr Adeyanju, who hinted that he would continue to pay unscheduled visits to the health facilities across the state, explained that such gesture would put health workers on their toes.

He however admonished the workers to continue to be steadfast in order to achieve a common goal.