Bingham University Inducts 48 Medical Doctors, Commissions 38 Room Medical Students Hostel

Published on: Mar 8th, 2022

Bingham University has recently inducted 48 new medical doctors  into  the medical profession.

Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Williams Barnabas Qurix disclosed this during the induction ceremony of the medical Graduands  held at the Bingham University Teaching Hospital, Jos.

Since the first induction of 19 medical doctors in March, 2015, the College has continued to produced high quality graduates in line with her vision to become a world class university in knowledge and skills, while inculcating moral and spiritual values.

With the induction of 48 graduates today, Bingham University College of Medicine and Health Sciences will have produced a total of 353 medical doctors who are contributing to the transformation of society in Nigeria and beyond.

Prof. Qurix was delighted with the performance of students in the Institution where many of the Graduands pass postgraduate primary examination at first attempt while some have been the highest scoring candidates in the primary examination of the West African College of Physicians.

He explained that the Institution has continued to provide new facilities while renovating and maintaining existing ones despite meagre resources.

Prof. Qurix said a brand  new , furnished 38 room hostel would be commissioned after the induction to provide a conducive learning atmosphere for the students.

He cautioned the Graduands against arroganc and urged them to be humble, diligent to service and respect the Fundamental Human Rights of patients who divulge information to them in secret.

The Provost, College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences, Prof Musa Dankyau said the Graduands have gone through thick and thin  due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.

He urged them to commit themselves to excellent services as a way of paying back to the society through what they have learned.

The Chairman Bingham University Board of Trustees and ECWA President, Rev. Dr. Stephen Baba Panya urged the Graduands to adhere to the ethics of the medical profession and fear God in the course of Service to humanity.

Registrar of Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria, Dr T .A .B Sanusi,who inducted the 48 Graduands urged them to be dedicated to service ,noting that Nigeria was known for providing quality and efficient medical doctors.

He said any doctor who render services that constitute danger to the profession will be shown the way out after trial at the medical tribunal.

Medical Elder, Prof. Jonathan. A Karshima who advised the Graduands urged them to uphold good moral conduct.

He explained that Medical Profession is a call to service to humanity and urged them to exercise their duty with ought most responsibility.