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Our driving objective at UPTH is to become a world class quartenary hospital, using cutting edge technology and highly developed human resources to render excellent medical care/services to the good people of Rivers State and beyond in-order to markedly reduce the number of patients seeking medical tourism abroad.

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TO BE A FIRST RATE, WORLD-CLASS HOSPITAL

FOREWORD

As a SERVICOM-compliant institution, the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH) has developed its Service Charter in line with SERVICOM provisions. All relevant stakeholders were involved in the development of this charter which was drawn from the Standard Operating Procedures recently developed by the institution. This document was produced for the benefit of our clients and staff to serve as a reference for services rendered and the processes involved. It is therefore my sincere recommendation that every client, staff, unit and department get a copy of this Service Charter and ensures strict compliance. My heartfelt gratitude goes to Dr. Obianma N. Onya-DCMAC (NHIS/SERVICOM) and Nodal Officer, her team and all the Departmental/Unit heads for their role in developing the maiden edition of our Service Charter.
Prof. Henry A.A. Ugboma,
Chief Medical Director

Latest News

UPTH MENTAL HEALTH CENTRE RATED BEST BY NPMCN

UPTH MENTAL HEALTH CENTRE RATED BEST BY NPMCN

The Neuropsychiatric and Mental Health Department of the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital has been described as one of the best in Nigeria. This is the submission of a visiting team from the National Post Graduate Medical College of Nigeria (NPMCN) during its re-accreditation exercise.

UPTH HOUSES BEST CARDIOLOGISTS IN WEST AFRICA

UPTH HOUSES BEST CARDIOLOGISTS IN WEST AFRICA

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death globally. According to the World Health Organization an estimated 17.9 million people died from CVDs in 2019, representing 32% of all global deaths. Of these deaths, 85% were due to heart attack and stroke.

NASOPHARYNGEAL CANCER TREATABLE: UPTH GRAND ROUNDS PRESENTATION

NASOPHARYNGEAL CANCER TREATABLE: UPTH GRAND ROUNDS PRESENTATION

The August Edition of the Hospital Ground Rounds featured the Department of Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) SURGERY. The ENT team made a presentation with the topic: Nasopharyngeal Cancer: A treatable Multi-Organ Disease with Misleading Symptoms in our Environment.