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Loveworld Medical Centre To Save Nigerians Cost Of Medical Tourism

Loveworld Medical Centre To Save Nigerians Cost Of Medical Tourism

July 08, (THEWILL) – The Loveworld Medical Centre (LMC) says it is poised to save Nigerians the cost of medical tourism through its advanced medical care in nuclear medicine.

The Chief Operating Officer (COO), LMC, Dr. Anthony Oseghale, said this on Saturday, in Lagos, during the International Loveworld Medical Symposium on Radionuclide Therapy and Oncology, with the theme: “Evolving Role of Nuclear Medicine and Personalised & Precision Medicine”.

Nuclear medicine is a medical speciality involving the application of radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

Oseghale said with its cutting-edge medical technology, the medical centre would provide the best, advanced, trusted, and wholesome care to Nigerians who frequently sought foreign medicare.

“Just consider the cost of a flight ticket out of the country now. Whatever it is you are going to get outside this country, you can get it here. So, maybe your flight ticket could just handle all your costs.

“If you go outside the country, you paid your flight ticket, even for accommodation, you are still going to pay for the treatment itself which, of course, will be multiple of your flight ticket and the accommodation.

“We are very big on giving quality service, so in the last six months, we haven’t been doing any publicity; we just make sure our processes are excellent and the patients that we have cared for have been the ones spreading the information about the facilities.

“Today, we are excited to introduce nuclear medicine, opening new opportunities for advanced medical care. The installation and commissioning of our Gamma Camera marks a significant milestone, and we eagerly anticipate the benefits this technology will bring to our patients,” he said.

The COO said that with the centre’s nuclear medicine service, there would be a transformative change in the healthcare sector, not just in Nigeria, but globally.

According to him, LMC’s mission is to lead the healthcare industry with holistic, accessible, and best-in-class services by delivering exceptional, compassionate care through innovation and technology.

“Our unique selling points include our spiritual advantage, with numerous healing miracles taking place at this very location through the ministry of Rev. Chris Oyakhilome.

“Our multidisciplinary approach ensures quick and accurate diagnoses, and our comprehensive in-house facilities offer all necessary medical services under one roof.

“We provide affordable, high-quality care, partnering with several HMOs to extend our services to those in need. We are proud to offer world-class medical services right here in Lagos, eliminating the need for medical tourism,” he said.

Also speaking, the Clinical Director, LMC, Dr. Emeka Eze, described nuclear medicine technology as innovative, cost-effective, and free of side effects.

“It targets only damaged cells. If we are treating people with what is known as chemotherapy; you know the kind of side effects because it attacks all fast-growing cells at the same time, but this one only goes for cells that are inflamed or cells that are mitotic.

“So, it just goes to the local area where the problem is and deals with it. So much cheaper, fewer side effects, minimal hospital stay, long resolution,” Eze said, adding that nuclear medicine helps in the treatment of thyroid disease, cancers and arthritis, among others.

“Right now, it has been very well tried with prostate cancer and it’s very, very good. Then it treats arthritis and knee problems among others. A lot of Nigerians today, as they are getting to a certain age, there’s a lot of development of arthritis.

“People who are obese are having leg problems. Because of the diet change in Africa now, many Africans are getting obese and having arthritis as they get to elderly age. So, it is a game changer for arthritis. That’s very important,” Eze said.

In her remarks, the Executive Chairman, LMC, Dr. Deola Phillips, said the multi-specialist hospital was born out of the vision of the founder, the President of Loveworld Inc., Rev. Chris Oyakhilome.

Phillips said the centre was poised to make significant strides in the area of radionuclide therapy, as the cutting-edge treatment modality offered renewed hope to patients battling various forms of cancer.

She said that the treatment modality harnessed the power of radioactive isotopes to target and destroy cancerous or diseased cells with unprecedented precision.

“From state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging to personalised treatment plans across multiple specialities, we strive to tailor each patient’s journey to their unique medical needs.

“We remain steadfast in our commitment to innovate and expand our capabilities to meet the evolving healthcare needs of our diverse patient population.

“We ensure that our community receives comprehensive and compassionate care close to home, in line with our mantra – ‘Advanced, Trusted, Wholesome, Care’,” the Chairman said.


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