Dr. Godwin Adakole Obute
The Chief Medical Director of Adonai Hospital, 56 years old Dr. Godwin Adakole Obute was born in Benue State of Nigeria. He trained at the prestigious University of Jos medical School and Obtained the MBBCh medical degree in 1983. He is also a diplomat of the Faculty of Family Medicine of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria.
Dr. G.A Obute is a fellow of the Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (AGPMPN) and is currently the elected Chairman of the Nasarawa State Chapter of the professional body. He is also active on the professional network of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) and the Healthcare Providers Association of Nigeria (HCPAN).
Beginning his medical career in 1984, Dr Obute has had varying and in-depth experiences as physician and surgeon working in public and private sector healthcare delivery systems. His commitment to best practice and the highest professional ethics have always lent credence to his exceptional personality and charisma. These qualities have also been brought to bear hugely on medical practice by all cadres of health professionals at Adonai Hospital, where standards, ethics and quality of care remain frontline guiding principles.
The CMD of Adonai Hospital is also a recipient of the Fellowship of the Institute for health Insurance and Managed Care of Nigeria (IHIMN) and is an Ambassador for peace, United Nation’s Peace Federation. He founded Adonai Hospital about 20 years as a holistic healthcare provider to cater for the health needs of all population groups irrespective of social status. Over these years, Adonai Hospital has demonstrated an uncommon passion for the care of pregnant women and children and provision of healthcare access for indigent widows, aged and children of the poor.
Happily married with children, Dr. Obute is immensely popular amongst the local communities in Mararaba area of Nasarawa State- an admixture of population groups that cuts across social strata. He is the people’s doctor; living with them and working for them. Through the Adonai Foundations, he has been able to reach out even more, providing healthcare and rehabilitation to the indigent and stigma=prone including victims of girl-child abuses, children of the poor, abandoned aged, people living with HIV & AIDS and indigent widows.
Dr. Obute has successfully championed healthcare access for these vulnerable, resource-poor setting and stigma-0prone population groups over the decades. His vision is to continue to enlarge opportunities for quality healthcare ACCESS AT Adonai to strengthen the Hospital’s mandate as a bastion of care, rehabilitation and succor for the resource-poor setting in which Adonai is situated.