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By Sola Ogundipe

To offer accessible and quality medicare and accelerate healthcare delivery to residents of Lagos State, R-Jolad Hospital, a private multi-specialty healthcare enterprise, has opened a new, modern facility in Agege area of the State.

 The facility combines high standard of care with the latest treatments and technology in comfortable surroundings designed to improve healthcare delivery to our devoted and loyal patients in Lagos State.

The institution’s Chief Operating Officer,  Kola Oni, stated the hospital is working with all stakeholders including government and HMOs to reverse the poor global ranking of Nigeria (163 out of 191 countries) in healthcare by bringing quality, affordable health services to communities.

The new outlet offers a host of specialist services  alongside  modern diagnostic and laboratory services, amid a mix of mother and childcare, as well as specialist services.

It is also equipped with theatres, modern laboratory and x-Ray facilities for investigations and diagnosis.

Oni noted that the task of providing quality healthcare for a growing population like Lagos cannot be left to the government alone as the resources of the state is needed in other areas such as education, infrastructural development and security.

Also speaking,  the Chief Medical Officer, R-Jolad, Dr. Abiola Fasina explain that the  new facility was built to address the widening gap in accessing quality and affordable healthcare delivery in Lagos State.

“At R-Jolad, we are focused on delivering care across different specialities, and partnering with other hospitals for referrals as the task of healthcare delivery is a joint one”, he remarked.

R-Jolad Hospital was founded in 1982 by Dr Funsho Oladipo, to provide quality and affordable healthcare services.

Over the last four decades, the hospital has sustained a culture of continuous access to affordable healthcare services, expanding from less than 10 beds to 185 beds in its three locations at Gbagada, Isolo and Agege.

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