First of its kind in West Africa
The NSIA-LUTH Cancer Treatment Centre
Once fully operational the centre will have the capacity to serve about 3000 cancer patients every year
Healthshare client 2010 – 2013
- Country: Nigeria
- Outpatient Oncology Centre
- Radiotherapy Services
- External Beam Radiotherapy
- High Dose Rate Brachytherapy
- Chemotherapy Services
- Immunotherapy Services
- 3 Linacs for Radiation therapy suite
Patients treated daily
Conservative Value of Facility
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Greater access to comprehensive, and affordable cancer treatment services for all Nigerians.
Commissioned by President Mohammadu Buhari, and under the care of the Federal Ministry of Health, the centre aims to bring Nigeria closer to meeting its goal of providing quality, critical health infrastructure. Additionally, the centre will focus on the growth of local expertise through the continuing education of healthcare professionals.
Until recently, cancer treatment was either inaccessible or prohibitively expensive, with only patients who could afford to do so travelling abroad to seek treatment. With the development of the NSIA – LUTH Cancer Treatment Centre, comprehensive and affordable cancer treatment services are now within reach for many Nigerians. Once fully operational, the centre will have the capacity to serve about 3000 cancer patients every year.
Luth Advanced Medical Services Limited (LAMSL) appointed Healthshare as an independent contractor to operate, maintain and manage the LUTH Cancer Treatment Centre.
The project was divided over two phases,
a) pre-commissioning phase using Healthshare’s integrated healthcare facility planning and commissioning service
b) operational phase using Healthshare’s operational management of healthcare facilities service.
The NLCC officially opened its doors to patients on 1 May 2019.
|Objective:||Commission and manage the outpatient cancer treatment centre|
Healthshare developed a detailed commissioning plan articulating a work plan, timetable, milestone events, estimated cost and resource requirements, and primary risk assessment.
|Objective:||Full operational management of the outpatient cancer treatment centre. Implementation of quality control processes to effect a high quality service at affordable prices to attract sufficient patients.|
“With the professional excellence and leadership of Healthshare, NSIA-LUTH Cancer Centre is now capable of IMRT, VMAT advanced techniques in the field of cancer care making NLCC undoubtedly the leading Cancer Care in West Africa, offering comprehensive care to prevent and cure cancer. The Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, world class facilities and a highly experienced team of Surgical, Medical and Radiation Oncologists who work in synergy to provide the best possible personalised care.”
Mr. Sunday Clement
Acting Chief Executive Officer
NSIA-LUTH Cancer Centre