Medical Tourism: Nigerians eye $300m Ghanaian health facility

1. This development, coupled with the complete shutdown of the multi-billion naira world class Ibom Specialist Hospital, in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, is creating more options for Nigerians to access world class health care and services in Africa.

2. “There have been existing hospitals there taking care of the interest of patients in spinal surgery, among other specialities, so if they are enlarging the scope of services, can I say it is a shame in Nigeria that Ghana should take the lead in that?“There are some private hospitals here that are coming up with a good set up for our patients, but our position on this is that Nigeria should try and emulate Ghana.

3. Findings by Health & Living Features reveal that even as the new hospital is about getting off the ground, prominent Nigerians have started making enquiries about the proposed healthcare facility, which when constructed, is reputed to become the largest private hospital in West Africa.

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