St. Nicholas is a leading multi-specialty tertiary care providing hospital in Nigeria, providing healthcare services to all the patients in its outpatient, inpatient and emergency care facilities.
The hospital offers impeccable clinical care in its state-of-the-art facility with contemporary infrastructure and a team of highly trained medical professionals.
St. Nicholas Hospital being a forerunner healthcare centre is renowned for its achievements like being the first private hospital to establish a dialysis and kidney transplant unit in Africa. Also recognized for performing first pediatric kidney transplant in West Africa.
The hospital takes pride in proclaiming that the Transplant center has conducted 160 successful kidney transplant and dialysis for over 3724 patients.
C-arm Machine, an imaging scanner intensifier for better visualization, used for orthopaedic procedures.
The cardiology unit is fully equipped with Electrocardiogram, Exercise ECG and Echocardiogram.
The diagnostic unit offers Bilateral breast scan, mammogram, Pelvic ultra sound scan, Chest X-ray and Prostate scan.
10 bedded Dialysis Unit along with dialysis unit for critically ill patients in ICU.
Radiology Diagnostic unit is facilitated with 4D ultrasonography, Colour Doppler, Fluoroscopy-guided special studies in HSG, IVU, Barium investigations, whole body CT, CT angiography, CT colonography, bronchoscopy, and ultrasound-guided biopsies.
Nearest Airport: Murtala Muhammed International Airport is 91 km away from the hospital and takes approximately 2 hrs. 55 min to reach via road.
Located close to many hotels and guest houses.
At A Glance
Languages spoken : English, Nigerian Pidgin
Established in 1952
St. Nicholas hospital performs 25 different procedures. Click on a procedure name to see more details and to view doctors for that specialty.
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