Lagoon Hospitals,has been named the 2017 Private Healthcare Provider of the Year, a highly regarded accolade, for its focus on quality and clinical excellence in health care.
Contending with 7 other hospitals nationwide, the 2017 award was presented to Lagoon Hospitals by the Nigeria Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA), an annual event which celebrates distinguished personalities and organisations who have contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian health sector.
The award was determined by an independent jury team, votes from the e-voting platform, and the final decision of the Advisory Committee of NHEA.
Lagoon Hospitals is one of the pioneer of advanced medical care in Nigeria, providing a range of primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare services. Constantly providing comprehensive solutions to all health care problems. It has established itself in the delivery of service excellence in the medical field, with all departments supported by the latest technology and state of the art medical equipment.
The Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Rajeev Bhandari, said “We are delighted to have received such a renowned industry award. Our vision has always been for us to become the most respected health care service provider in Nigeria. This award symbolises that vision is being achieved. For us, there is no limit we will not go to ensure Nigerians receive the highest quality care they deserve, hence stemming the high medical tourism from Nigeria to other countries. The award is also a testimonial of our commitment towards providing quality health care services and clinical excellence in Nigeria”.
Bhandari also talked about the exciting future ahead for the hospitals, the upgrading of its medical facilities to meet the increasing demand for quality healthcare in Nigeria, and on the acquisition of Gold Cross Hospital making it a part of the hospitals network.
Lagoon Hospitals has recorded many firsts in the industry. It was the first hospital operator in sub-Saharan Africa to receive international accreditation from Joint Commission International (JCI) and remains one of only two hospital groups in sub-Saharan Africa with this accreditation.