• Bowen University Teaching Hospital Main Gate
  • General Out-Patient Department
  • Medical Library
  • Adminstrative Block
  • Neo-Natal Unit
  • Management Board
  • Nursing ICT
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  • Nursing Library
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BUTH by ICT/Digital Centre
Special Consultation Clinics
  • Mental Health, nephrology, Gastroenterology
Internal Medicine – Monday, Wednesday & Friday
  • Haematology Clinic
    STI Clinic
    Well person’s Clinic
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Fertility
  • General Gynecology /Fertility Clinic
    Intra uterine insemination service
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
  • Plastic surgery
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Paediatric Surgery
  • General Surgery
Monday – Friday
Sickle Cell Anaemia
Wednesday & Friday
  • General outpatient/clinic medicine
  • NHIS programme
  • HIV/AIDS testing,
  • treatment and
  • Staff clinic
  • Maternal & Child Health
  • Family Planning
  • Immunization & Child Welfare
  • Maternity (Ante & Post natal care)
  • Emergency services (24 hours)
  • Ambulance services
  • Laboratory services
  • X-Ray services
  • Routine X-rays
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Contrast studies
  • Ultra sound
  • E.C.G.
  • Private Patient Care
Service Standards
High quality assurance
Prompt care
Affordable cost
Cultured staff
Governed by Nigerian Baptist Convention appointed Board
Management Council administered locally
Chief Executive Officer is the Chief Medical Director
The vision of the University is to be the foremost institution for producing first rate graduates in science, technology and humanities who combine academic excellence with a strong sense of ethical responsibility.
The mission is to provide qualitative, functional, morally sound education in the most cost-effective manner, to all people irrespective of race, colour, ethnicity or religion.
To provide a sound and truly professional basis for the training of medical doctors who can work anywhere in Nigeria and are acceptable by the international community.
To develop in the students
(a) an appreciation and comprehensive knowledge of health and health related problems in the local community and
(b) practical clinical management skills at the primary and secondary levels of healthcare, through engagement and exposure in outreach community health programmes.
To provide an in-depth knowledge base of medicine and clinical skills and aptitude to enable the products engage in intellectual inquiry for solving societal problems in health and health related fields.
To produce Christian medical doctors who will successfully integrate their faith with the medical practice and promote Christian ethics in their profession.
To produce internationally recognizable doctors, who can practice anywhere in the world and are capable of further training in different specialties of the profession.
To provide a body of integrated instructions and knowledge to enable students understand:
(a) the scientific principles and knowledge of the basis of clinical practice;
(b) the normal structure, development and functioning of the human body and mind and its application to disease states; and
(c) responses of the body to the social, biological and physical environment, clinical management, control and preventive strategies and health promotion.
To develop in students cognitive and psychomotor skills through an integrated and comprehensive training and apprenticeship in clinical and laboratory medicine so as to enable them to:
(a) undertake a comprehensive and critical evaluation of the clinical history and presenting complaints of patients;
(b) formulate effective standard treatment modalities within the setting of primary and secondary health care levels and
(c) anticipate and recognize the need for emergency care and referral of patients.
To develop in students the capability to engage in health care activities aimed at health promotion, disease prevention, early detection and disease control and treatment in the rural community.
To develop in students, responsible attitudes/behaviour in the practice of medicine.