By: Human Resources Division
Proposed New Plan – Customized for BUTH
1.Sign on to GORAH Healthcare Ltd Plan Standard Package
2.Hospital will pay N1,125/month per enrollee, payable the month preceding the period for which health insurance cover is sought
3.Every staff and eligible dependent(s) – that is spouse, biological children or legally adopted child(ren) under 18 years – will be enrolled online
4.Children who are to be enrolled by staff members must show evidence that they are truly eligible children as defined above
5.Registration will start as soon as GORAH can deploy their staff, ICT and HR will provide support for those who need assistance and must be completed by February 15, 2020
6.A recent clear passport photo will be required for uploading and will be used to issue ID card
Funding of the Plan
1.All staff who are on Level 0 – 6 will continue to contribute 1.5% of their gross salary. This premium covers them and their eligible dependents
2.They will also contribute 30% copay of cost of care as further contribution to the monthly premium each time they and/or eligible dependent receive care. In order words no change from current practice
3.For staff who are on Level 7 and above plus those who are on contract and their current premium is close to or above N1,125/month, the premium is N1,125/month per enrollee. There is no copay when care is received as per the plan
1.Under this plan, spouses who are not covered under present plan, can enroll, if they desire provided the premium is paid
2.Those who have other recognized health plan and who have chosen our Hospital as the primary care provider should bring their registration cards to HR for verification. Those staff may be exempted from enrolling under GORAH Healthcare Ltd
3. There is no longer refund or reimbursement for any care received outside our facility for anyone by the Hospital
4.Any staff who is not enrolled for takeoff date of March 1, 2020 and needs care for self or dependent(s) will have to pay like any other patient who seeks care from the Hospital
5.There are limits to the services that can be assessed, just like any health insurance plan but most conditions are covered. There is no waiting period under this plan
6.Extra services not covered under the plan will have to be paid for by the staff for self and dependents
7.Staff of George Green Baptist College, BUTH Staff School, BUTH Creche and BUTH Guest House do not come under this plan. A separate plan is being worked out for them under BHAS also with GORAH Healthcare
8.College of Health Sciences staff based in Ogbomoso do not come under this plan. The University is negotiating a separate plan also with GORAH Healthcare for them
9.College of Health Sciences students should quickly conclude their on-going registration with GORAH Healthcare
10.School of Nursing students will have their own plan with GORAH and this is being negotiated currently
11.Once the plan is rolled out healthplan ID card must be presented to access care
12.Prescription forms, laboratory and other requisition forms for other services or investigations have to be signed by the Health Insurance office otherwise such requisition/prescription forms will not be honoured under the plan
By: BUTH Management
BUTH GUEST HOUSE
This is to inform the general public that the BUTH Guest House is now opened within an advantageous and secured premise of Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso. The Guest House amenities will include:
1. A reception with friendly assistance
2. Well-furnished rooms with A/C
3. Room service
4. Serene environment
5. A kitchen with local and Continental cuisine
6. Spacious Car Park
7. Laundry and dry cleaning service
8. Internet facility to make your overnight stay comfortable
...Comfortability and Security assured
Bowen University Teaching Hospital wishes to inform the general public that BUTH, Ogbomoso institution has a suitable Guest House along Kersey children home that would be available at an affordable price for individuals who would attend the Nigeria Baptist Convention 2019 holding in Ogbomoso.
Single rooms – N2,500 per night, N3,500 per day
Double rooms - N 5,000 per night, N7,000 per day
You can pay to the bank and come with evidence of payment
Account Name:Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso
Account Number: 3016780832
FIRST BANK PLC
Your comfort is our primary concern.
Contact: Call: 08062770113 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In February, 2014, Prof. Eyesan was appointed as the Acting Chief Medical Director of Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso and was confirmed as the substantive Chief Medical Director in 2017. During his tenure, there were a lot of tremendous improvements in the Hospital such as the second and final clinical accreditation by MDCN for the MBBS programme and the NUC interim accreditation.
the reinstatement of the School of Nursing accreditation and the internship of the first set of the Medical grandaunts. During his tenure, there was a tremendous improvement of patients; utilisation of the Hospital from about 48,000 patients per yer to about 60,000 patients per year.
There had also been an appreciable increase in the revenue generation of the Hospital. During his tenure, some buildings and services came into place such as Renal Dialysis Centre, Diagnostic Centre,Extension of Physiotherapy, smile train and New private ward. Some disciplines were broadened and positions of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO, Deputy Director of Clinical Services (DDCS)and Director of Administration (DA) were filled.
Due to his passion for staff welfare, Pro. Eyesan ensured the first promotion of members of staff in 8 years and annual step increment for the consultants in the Hospital.
Pro.Eyesan is a passionate and committed professional and a practice leader. His hard work, prudence and diligence have greatly benefited the Hospital.
Prof. Eyesan has been considered not only a valuable asses to the Hospital but an enyoyable presence as well. This man of honour has come, seen and conquered.
The School of Midwifery, Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso recorded 100% success at the Final Qualifying Examination. The examination which was held in March 2018 was conducted by the Nursing Council of Nigeria. This is an excellent Performance for the Hospital as the School rounded up its existence. The School of Midwifery, BUTH has produced a good number of professionals who have based their knowledge in Christ and serving humanity. The Management of the Hospital recognised and appreciated the outstanding effort and commitment of members of staff in the school. In the processing of phasing out the School of Midwifery, the Hospital is in the process of repositioning the School of Nursing to be eligible to offer OND/HND Nursing Programme.
An Inaugural lecture by Prof. S. U. Eyesan will hold at Bowen University Iwo on the 28th June 2018. It is the 4th in the series of inaugural lectures in Bowen University and the very 1st from a member of the faculty of Health Sciences.
Furthermore, there will be a Book launch preceding the lecture titled ("Manual of bone and soft tissue tumours of the extremities"). Perspectives from resource poor setting. The book is co-authored by two (2) of his colleagues. Prof S. U. Eyesan us a Professor of Surgery (Orthopeadics and Traumatology) and currently the outgoing Chief Medical Director of Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso.
The Bowen University Teaching Hospital Community congratulates Prof. Eyesan for this laudable feat.
The Home began modestly in 1926 with the arrival of a set of twins at the Baptist Hospital premises. Their mother had died immediately after childbirth. The bereaved husband brought the children with hope that their lives could be saved; only one of them lived with the care provided by able hands of Miss Ruth Kersey. The surviving twin, a girl became the first child of the Home later named for Miss Kersey. Over the years, thousands of motherless children with ther vulnerable kids have been saved from the clutches of death through the services provided at the Home. The home never turned back any child brought to irs doors from inception and its doors were never closed for one single day fro providing warm embrace to the least of the hapless children. The Home is of age and it's time to celebrate the faithfulness of God and the commitment of all who had supported it to giving life and hope to many children over the years. The Home is a success in many ways not the least of which is its continuously functioning everyday from inception till date. We do not have a full record of where all the children of the Home have been or are at the moment, but a few had returned to claim their positions in the family thanking God for making the Home a suitable safety net for them at their hour of need. One of such is Revd Okumade Adebisi of the GIAEM, who has not only blessed the Home since his return in 2013, but also is the prime mover of the anniversary celebration.
By: Gbadero D. A. (FMCPead)
Contact: Chairman, Kersey Children's Home Committee