Lagos procures N2.5 billion equipment to advance medicare sector
To boost the delivery of qualitative healthcare in Lagos state’s general and teaching hospitals, Lagos State Government has procured N2.5 billion health equipment.
Rotary Clubs of Gbagada, Ikeja celebrate yuletide with hospital patients
The Rotary Club of Gbagada visited Gbabada General Hospital, Lagos to felicitate with the patients and give them gifts for yuletide. They also encouraged...
Christ Embassy marks founder’s birthday with patients at LASUTH
No fewer than 100 patients at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) received beverages, food items and other gifts in commemoration of the Founder of Christ Embassy Church, Chris Oyakhilome’s birthday at the weekend. The Favoured Haven Virtual Zone of the church visited the the Paediatric and Surgical /Emergency units of the teaching hospital…
LASUTH seeks partnership to make IVF affordable to indigent Nigerians
Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has solicited for partnership to achieve affordable Assisted Reproductive Technology, ART, popularly known as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) for indigent infertile couples.
Foundation partners UI Research Centre to fight cancer
HEN Foundation, a non-governmental organisation in partnership with the University of Ibadan Cancer Research Centre and Femi Gbajabiamila Foundation recently staged a three-day awareness...
Grace Adigun needs financial assistance for corrective surgeries
One-year-old Adigun Grace Oluwadarasimi needs financial assistance for corrective surgeries. She has a hole-in-the heart and cleft lip.
Tales from breast cancer survivors
Life went well for Madam Mary Enigbokan until she was diagnosed with breast cancer, then she realized there was more to healthy living.
Nigerian hospital to commence full cardiac surgery
As part of efforts to stem overseas medical tourism by Nigerians, the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, says it will soon begin full cardiac surgery.
Experts associate rise in sudden deaths with hypertension
Recent statistics showed that hypertension is the most common Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) in Nigeria and it affects about 40 per cent with approximately 25 per cent of emergency medical admissions in Nigerian hospitals.