“Duchess Hospital Ikeja Is Very Affordable, Costs N5000 To See A Doctor” says CEO
“Duchess Hospital Ikeja Is Very Affordable, Costs N5000 To See A Doctor” says CEO—The Chief Executive Officer of Duchess International Hospital, Dr Adetokunbo Shitta-Bey has stated that the Duchess Hospital’s main priority is access to affordable world-class healthcare hence with as little as N5000 you can register as a patient and see a doctor for consultation.
Speaking as a guest on Arise TV The Morning Show this week against the backdrop of the successful surgery on Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo on his leg at the hospital, Dr. Shitta-Bey further stated that the combination of affordability and world-class facilities would have been the significant factor that informed the decision of the Vice President to have his surgery performed at the Duchess International Hospital.
He further reiterated that the doors of the Duchess Hospital are open to all Nigerians to access affordable healthcare. The Duchess Hospital, being a beneficiary of the Federal Government medical intervention fund is able to lower its prices and make its services accessible to the community for the benefit of everyone who seeks high-quality affordable healthcare in Nigeria.
Duchess International Hospital is located in the heart of Ikeja, approximately 10 minutes from the Murtala Mohammed International Airport and less than 90 minutes by air from all state capitals in Nigeria. The hospital is uniquely placed to serve the entire country and provide access to affordable healthcare across a wide variety of medical specialties.
The Duchess Hospital also provides the full range of comprehensive Total Body Medical Check-up services, of the same type and standard available in medical tourism destination countries such as Germany, Dubai and the UK conveniently at much cheaper and affordable prices.
The range of affordable healthcare services provided by the Duchess International Hospital will go a long way towards reversing the trend of medical tourism outside of Nigeria, says Dr. Shitta-Bey.