The spectrum of services available in the Federal Medical Centre Abeokuta include:
Routine and emergency diagnostic and therapeutic clinical services covering different specialties including obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, neurology, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, nephrology, psychiatry, general and oncologic surgery, orthopaedics and trauma, plastic surgery, urology, ophthalmology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, radiology, general dentistry, anaesthesia, pain and palliative medicine, community medicine and primary care , family medicine, pathology, pharmaceutical care and physiotherapy.
In partnership with the Institute of Human Virology (IHVN) Abuja, patients with HIV/AIDS are offered a wide range of diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative, palliative and social services in a multidisciplinary setting.
FMC Abeokuta serves as a hub to about sixteen primary care centres in Ogun State in a Federal Government scheme for the provision of community-based maternal care services. An annex of the hospital is located at the Federal Secretariat Complex, Abeokuta where outpatient medical services are provided to Federal Civil Servants.
A virile National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) involving several Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) is hosted by the hospital and clients are able to access multidisciplinary care.
A Corporate Clinic and a private Amenity Ward provide individualized high level care for persons from the upper echelon of the society who desire such care as an alternative to medical tourism.
The first Palliative and Pain Medicine Department in Nigeria is domiciled in this hospital. It provides hospice services to patients with cancers, HIV/AIDS and chronic pain syndromes.
Through the Community Medicine and Primary Care (CMPC) Department of the hospital as well as an independent multidisciplinary initiative tagged “FMC Abeokuta Town – Coat Partnership Initiative” the hospital regularly reaches out to different segments of the host Abeokuta community and the entire state to disseminate relevant health information and education through the mass media and community outreach programmes.
The clinical services is anchored by the office of the Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee to ensure optimal coordination between the various clinical departments.