Welcome to Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology

Days/Hours of Operation Location of the Clinics and Name of Consultant Location of the Clinics and Name of Consultant
9 am - 4 pm
General Gynaecology & Urogynaecology Prof. S. O. Ogunniyi
Dr. A. B. Adeyemi
Prof. F. O. Dare
General Obstetrics Dr. O. Kuti
Dr. A. T. Owolabi
Perinatology Dr. O. Kuti
9am - 4pm
Booking Clinic   General Gynaecology  
Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Dr. O. M. Loto
Wednesday 9am - 4pm General Obstetrics Prof. O. B. Fasubaa
Dr. K. O. Ajenifuja
Booking Clinic  
Perinatology Dr. O. N. Makinde
9am -  4pm
Reproductive Endocrinology Prof. Fasubaa Reproductive Endocrinology Dr. A. T. Owolabi
Oncology Prof. Onwudiegwu
Dr. K. O. Ajenifuja
General Gynaecology Dr. O. Kuti
9am - 4 pm
General Obstetrics Prof. F. O. Dare General Obstetrics Dr E. O. Orji
Perinatology   Dr. O. M. loto
Monday - Friday  
8am - 4 pm
Family Planning Clinic at Wesley Guild Hospital (WGH), Ilesa and Ife Hospital Unit (IHU), Ile-Ife (Consultant in-charge Dr. Orji)

Gynaecological Surgery

Monday Surgery at Wesley Guild Hospital (WGH), Ilesa. by:

  • Dr. Orji
  • Dr. Loto

Tuesday Surgery at Ife Hospital unit (IHU), Ile-Ife. by:

  • Prof. Fasuba
  • Prof. Onwudiegwu
  • Dr. Makinde

Wednesday Surgery at Ife Hospital Unit (IHU), Ile-Ife. by:

  • Prof. Ogunniyi
  • Prof. Dare
  • Dr. Adeyemi

Friday Surgery at Wesley Guild Hospital (WGH), Ilesa. by:

  • Dr. Kuti
  • Dr. Owolabi

Alternate Friday Surgery at Ife Hospital Unit (IHU), Ile-Ife. by:

  • Dr. Ajenifuja


  • Weekly Departmental Ground Round/Meeting: Every Thursday 3.00pm - 5.00pm
  • Weekly Postgraduate Acadenic Meeting: Every Monday 6.00pm - 8.00pm
  • Weekly Postgraduate Bedside Teaching: Every Tuesday 5.00pm - 7.00pm
  • Weekly Postgraduate Hot Seat: Every Wednesday 3.00pm - 5.00pm
  • Monthly Ostgraduate Journals Review - 1stFriday of every month.

MORNING REVIEW: Monday to Friday 8.00am - 10.00am

A review of all cases admitted in the last 24 hours are discussed at this daily meeting in both hospitals simultanously

Professional Teaching and Consultant Ward Round


  • Prof. O. B. Fasuba
  • Dr. Makinde (IHU)
  • Dr. Ajenifuja


  • Prof. S. O. Ogunniyi
  • Prog Dare
  • Dr. Adeyemi


  • Resident Ward Round


  • Dr. O. kuti (WGH)
  • Dr. Owolabi (WGH)


  • Dr. Loto / Dr. Orji (WGH)
  • Prof. Uche Onwudiegwu (IHU)

Consultant Research Days

  • Monday - Dr. Ajenifuja
  • Tuesday - Dr. Kuti / Dr. Owolabi (WGH)
  • Wednesday - Dr. Loto / Dr. Orji (WGH)
  • Thursday - Prof. S. O. Ogunniyi / Prof. F. O. Dare
  • Friday - Prof. O. B. Fasuba / Prof. Uche Onwudiegwu

Special Instructions to Patients

  • Patients are admitted into all units via the clinics, accident and emergency units, labour ward, other wards and general out patient department (GOPD)
  • Surgical patients are formerly evaluated at the clinics prior to admission into the wards and admitted one or two days prior to surgery or admitted same day of surgery as day case.
  • Special investigations are run according to guidelines from the sub-speciality units/clinics e.g. colposcopy, Endoscopy. PAP Smear, Hormone Assay, Amniocentesis, CTG, Fethal therapy etc at specified time Monday through Friday.
  • Saturday and Sunday are devoted mainly to emergency Ostetrics and Gynaecology.
  • All units at both WGH and IHU have 24 hours doctors coverage on daily basis. At anytime Monday through Sunday the public can enjoy the services of at least 4 House Officers, 3 Registrars an 2 Consultants at any given time.
  • Complaints and suggestions to improve services in all the units are welcome and these can be made at the Head of department's office Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology, Obafemi Awolwo University between 8 am and 4pm Monday through Friday.

Residency Training programme kin Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Our residency programme is the best in west african Subregion and in Nigeria. Our residents have consistently led in all the examinations at the west african Postgraduate college and the National Postgraduate college in the Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and we also have the hihest ;pass rate from both the colleges in the last consecutive ten years. The succes of our residents at these examkinations is due to factors ranging from solid postgraduate academic curriculum inhernt in the department combined with sound theoretical and practical teaching of residents by the academics staff.

Research: A lot of researches are on going in various sub speciality units of the department and these have culminated in a lot of research publications

Service:The department continues to offer high quality service delivery to the community in areas of reproductive, oncology, Maternal and fetal medicine, family Planing and community Obstetrics.

Professor O. B. Fasubaa
Head of Department