“This is impressive. The team has been able to raise the bar in terms of quality standard, which is what we expect, despite being in COVID-19 pandemic period. I was amazed to know the amount being charged. It is next to free. Everything is automated. This is something highly commendable.
“The building we are commissioning today, as I was told, started barely eight months ago. Despite the pandemic, the project has been completed in record time.”
Speaking at the event, Ishola Balogun-Fulani, chairman of the hospital’s board of management, said the facility is at the forefront of a digital revolution in the health sector.
“We are a family here. It is therefore not surprising that our hospital is leading the way in transforming the health landscape in Nigeria,” he said.
“We have jettisoned paper and pencil administration in our clinical services in this hospital. All our clinical services from registration, consultation, prescription, laboratory requests and results, patients notes and even payment system are all automated and electronic. “