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Encee Medical debuts to provide quality healthcare

Encee Medical Center

Encee Medical Center Limited has debut into Nigeria’s healthcare industry to provide quality medical delivery for Nigerians at the primary level.

In a grand opening of a world-class clinic of international standard healthcare facility recently in Lagos, Encee Medical seeks to provide standard healthcare solutions for women and sexual health.

“In a bid to reduce medical tourism overseas for common acute and chronic conditions, as well as routine comprehensive physicals,”  Chukwueloka Umeh, chairman,  Encee’s Medical Center said during the launch.

“We set out to create a primary healthcare facility and clinic whose standard would be comparable to clinics in the United States of America right here in our home, Nigeria,” Umeh said.

He urged Nigerians to take advantage of the facility in order to experience same level of quality enjoyed overseas.

Speaking also at the facility launch, Nenoi Umeh, chief medical director of the clinic shared her motivation and drive to start up a primary healthcare facility center to cater for the health needs of Nigerians.

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 Umeh, a USA board-certified family medicine consultant and member of several medical associations,  stressed the importance of her commitment in returning to the country and recreating the standard healthcare practices that she learnt and practiced in the USA for the benefit of Nigerians.

The new healthcare facility exquisitely located in a serene area in the heart of Lagos and has a welcoming ambience, comfortable waiting area, child-friendly section, state-of-the-art equipment, a fully functional in-house laboratory and a well-stocked pharmacy.

The occasion was graced by numerous Nigerians and expatriates, who had nothing but good things to say about the clinic and its staff.

Encee is an outpatient clinic that provides primary health care for men and women of all ages, from infant to the elderly. It also provides office gynecology services, as well as sexual health care for men and women of all ages. It is currently open to self-pay and HMO patients, with or without appointments.

ANTHONIA OBOKOH