The management of Benin Medical Care on Monday said its health service delivery is technology-driven with modern and computerized equipments playing a major role.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital, Oluwagbemiga Durojaiye, who stated this, noted that the BMC service was affordable and the Centre has continue to the deliver the best health service that can be compared to what obtains in other part of the world.
He stated that the hospital opened a VIP section as part of activities to mark its two years anniversary adding that the staff strength has also grown from 45 to 125.
He said the hospital was committed to rendering services with cutting edge technologies among other global best practices.
He said, “With about 45 full-time staff at inception, it was set up to be the first choice for Excellent Health Care Services in Nigeria.
“In keeping with the vision and mission, the hospital has been well equipped with the latest cutting edge technologies in order to offer quality and timely services to our esteemed ‘guests’.
“With more than 30,000 consultations; about 1,400 admissions; more than 400 surgeries; over 270 child deliveries with no single record of maternal mortality since inception; the BMC story is worth celebrating.”
Durojaiye said the hospital was ready to raise “a team of passionate, purpose-driven and excellent health care providers who would transform the healthcare service sector in the country and become a global reference point as well as become the leader in the health sector in Nigeria.”
“The World Health Organisation standard is that no woman should die during childbirth and with what we have achieved here, we are WHO compliant,” he added.