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About Duchess International Hospital

About Duchess International Hospital
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Nigerians won’t need to travel abroad to get advanced medical care.

There are a number of reasons why Nigerians may seek medical care outside of the country. One of the most common reasons is access to better quality medical care. In many cases, the medical care available in Nigeria is simply not up to the standards of care available in other countries. This can be a matter of life or death for some patients, particularly those with rare or difficult-to-treat conditions. In Nigeria, it is not uncommon for patients to have to wait months or even years for necessary treatment. This can be extremely frustrating and even dangerous for patients with chronic or life-threatening conditions.

Nigeria is set to increase medical tourism with the construction of Duchess International Hospital, a 100-bed state-of-the-art multi-specialist healthcare facility. The private sector-owned hospital was built with the help of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Bank of Industry (BoI). The hospital is equipped with modern facilities and equipment that will meet the needs of patients. The hospital will also provide training for medical personnel.

The facility is equipped with the latest technology.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed , has announced that Nigeria is set to become a destination for medical tourists. He said that the country would soon welcome foreign patients and medical personnel, rather than having its citizens travel for medical tourism. Osagie Ehanire (health minister), made the announcement during a speech at the opening of the Duchess Hospital in Lagos. He said that the hospital, which is one of the world’s most advanced healthcare facilities, would help to put Nigeria on the map as a destination for medical tourism. He said that the country would soon be able to offer world-class healthcare to foreign patients, and that this would help to boost the economy.

The Duchess International facility is not only a tool for job creation, but also for attracting medical tourists from around the world. The Federal Government provided the funding and enabling environment for the facility, which is private-sector driven. The facility is a world-class medical facility that offers a wide range of services to its patients. It is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the world and has been designed to meet the needs of the most demanding patients. The facility is equipped with the latest technology and offers a wide range of treatments and services. The facility has a highly skilled and experienced staff that is committed to providing the best possible care to its patients.

NSIA has invested heavily in diagnostic and cancer centers.

The Central Bank of Nigeria has set up a N200 billion healthcare sector intervention fund in order to provide financial support for the healthcare industry in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority(NSIA) is also intervening in the healthcare sector on behalf of the federal government. The intervention fund will help to support the healthcare industry in Nigeria by providing financial assistance to help offset the costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund will also help to ensure that the healthcare sector is able to continue to provide quality care to the people of Nigeria.

The NSIA has invested heavily in diagnostic centers and cancer treatment facilities across Nigeria. In Kano and Umuahia, the NSIA has invested a total of 22.5 million dollars in two diagnostic centers (5.5 million dollars each). The NSIA is also committed to building a new quaternary hospital in Abuja, which will provide world-class medical care to patients.

The new facilities have updated technology and services.

This facility provides emergency medicine, women’s health, pediatric care, cardiovascular medicine, kidney dialysis, dental treatment, and eye care. Cardiology center, physiotherapy room, ENT, surgical and gynecology ward, medical laboratories, intensive critical care units and endoscopy are all on site. This comprehensive range of medical services means that this facility can provide care for a wide range of patients with a variety of needs. The facility is well-equipped to handle emergencies, with a dedicated team of medical professionals on hand to provide care. The facility also has a strong focus on preventive care, with a range of services designed to keep patients healthy and reduce their risk of developing serious medical conditions.


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Ask Nigeria
6 months ago

About Duchess International HospitalNigerians won’t need to travel abroad to get advanced medical care. – Express your point of view.

jdpumping
jdpumping
6 months ago

Is that the best our government can provide for us concerning good medical facility

Yomii
Yomii
6 months ago

Glad we can boast of hospitals like this, but I’m sure they’ll be too expensive for ordinary citizens like us.