The management of the University of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital, Ondo State has invited interested returnee-medical students from Ukraine who fled the war zone in Europe and have safely rejoined their families in Nigeria to consider enrolling for their continous medical training as a stop-gap at the tertiary institution.
According to the Chief Medical Director, Dr. Oluwole Ige, the gesture is being offered at no cost to the interested students.
In a statement issued by the Head of Media and Publicity of the Hospital, Akinjide Oluwatope, the decision was reached having considered the unexpected interruption of their studies by recent international events which is beyond their control.
The Chief Medical Director advised them to maximise the opportunities for learning at UNIMED Teaching Hospital in Ondo State while it lasts.
He assured that UNIMED Teaching Hospital is set to meet their training aspirations and clinical exposure during the period.
Dr Ige explained that students across the country and other African nations have been accessing qualitative medical and clinical training at the institution.
The Chief Medical Director therefore advised interested students to visit the office of the Chairman Medical Advisory Committee at The Medical Village, Laje Road Ondo city for further details on the processes for registration.