Since 1991 St Kizito Clinics provide primary clinical and related health care especially to the less privileged.

St Kizito Clinics are in:

  • Jacande Estate, Ilasan, Lekki. It was founded in 1991 and now serves an average of 250 patients a day.
  • Idi-Araba, Mushin. It was established in 1994 and today serves 50 patients a day.
  • Oreta, Igbobo Bayeku. An outstation was established in 2010
  • Several mobile clinics in rural and semi-urban hard-to-reach communities

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St Kizito Clinics serve over 70,000 patients every year. Our services include

Promoting Health education and community participation with focus on health challenges of public health significance.

Daily consultation and treatment of common diseases, like malaria, diarrhoea, pneumonia, measles, skin infections, eye problems, non communicable diseases, HIV and TB.

Child care including immunisation, growth monitoring and health promotion.

Maternal care services, antenatal and post-natal, including prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV infection. Since 2007, St Kizito Clinic has provided PMTCT care and is now a comprehensive Retroviral Treatment Center (ARV) for the prevention, investigation, and treatment for HIV/AIDS.

Both our Clinics offer reproductive health care including Natural Family Planning and Women Health Education which involves screening for prevention of cervical and breast cancer.

We have a team specialised in Ante and Post Natal Care, with a 24-7 Maternity Home in at St Kizito Clinic in Jacande Housing Estate, Lekki.

Specialists consultations include: dentist, gynaecologist, ophthalmologist.

Laboratory examinations as well as radiological investigations including X-Ray & Ultrasound services for children and adults.

Pharmacy that is well stocked and dispensing quality essential drugs.

Routine and comprehensive medical screenings and health check-up for employees, students and the general population.

Ambulance service for emergency and routine transport of patients to referral clinics and hospitals.

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