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Iwosan Lagoon Hospitals Unveils State-Of-The-Art Medical Facility In Lagos.

Iwosan Lagoon Hospitals, one of the largest private tertiary health­care organisations in West Africa has launched a new state-of-the-art medical facility in Victoria Island Lagos. The multi-specialty hospital has a team of world-class healthcare experts, advanced technology-driven medical equipment, including a Cath­eterisation Laboratory (Cath Lab) and a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan.

The 27-bed facility offers a wide range of primary, secondary, and ter­tiary healthcare services and is posi­tioned to be the Centre of Excellence for Advanced Cardiology & Cardiac Surgeries. The installation of the Catheterization Laboratory in the new facility makes Iwosan Lagoon Hospi­tals one of the few medical institutions in Nigeria to have such medical infra­structure in Nigeria. The Managing Director of the new Iwosan Lagoon Hospitals, Dr. Ayobami Kuyoro said, “Our vision at Iwosan Lagoon Hospitals is to build a consistently patient-first, world-class, healthcare services provider network catering to the teeming needs of the populace, which is why we have com­missioned this new facility”.

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“As a hospital that is known for ad­vanced and innovative technology, the facility includes advanced diagnostic imaging services such as the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), a Digital X-ray which captures clearer and more accurate images, a Catheterisa­tion Laboratory, amongst others. With these, we aim to reduce the wave of medical tourism and provide Nigeri­ans with more accessible and quality health care services.”

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The Clinical Head of the Inter­ventional Cardiology Program and Director of Cardiac Catheterisation Lab at the new facility, Dr Olurotimi Badero, a US-trained Interventional Cardio-Nephrologist, also comment­ed on the launch of the facility, “With the team of healthcare specialist and functional equipment, the new hospital is well-equipped to improve treatment outcomes especially in Car­diac Care in Nigeria. As a facility op­erating with international standards, we are confident in improving patient satisfaction and ensuring that all our clients can access the all-round treat­ment and recuperation”.

In its efforts to ensure quality healthcare delivery, facilities in the Iwosan Lagoon Hospitals group be­came the first in Sub-Saharan Africa to receive the Gold Seal of Approval of the Joint Commission Interna­tional (JCI), a globally recognised accreditation which provides hos­pitals with the capacity to improve standards of care, staff education and development to core safety stan­dards. The Ikeja and Ikoyi facilities have consistently received the Gold Seal of Approval from the organisa­tion for successive periods, signifying their continuous adherence to inter­national best practices.

This achieve­ment serves as a testament to their dedication to deliver safe and efficient patient care. Other key services provided at the new hospital include General Surgery, Critical Care & Emergency, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedics & Trauma, and Advanced Diagnostics.

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