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Lunch and Learn with Clina Lancet Laboratories

At our just concluded Lunch and Learn series with Clina-Lancet Laboratories Nigeria which took place at Central Business District Abuja (Chelsea Hotel)

It was indeed an awesome experience where we had Our MD/CEO Dr. Olayemi Dawodu who Championed and set the floor open for High-level engagement with key stakeholders in the Nigerian Healthcare space, deliberating on emerging Healthcare trends, charting our partnership and collaboration course through Private- private and private-public participation towards achieving the desired universal health coverage.

Furthermore, The quest to provide excellent healthcare delivery and achieve UHC is centered on partnerships and collaborations in the industry and across sectors such as private-private partnerships or public-private partnerships.

It is important to identify entities with the same objectives to promote wellness and healthy well-being in our communities and partner with them to achieve scale as well as to create a greater impact.

The event was targeted towards cross-pollination of ideas, improving knowledge, promoting opportunities, and communicating effectively with our stakeholders with a view to ensure that the healthcare industry improves in its capacity to deliver global best standards.

With increasing awareness and rapid growth in the industry, across Nigeria and Africa, it is crucial to further strengthen and tighten the cords of the industry through the right synergies.

This needs to be reiterated and emphasized as this has put Clina-Lancet Laboratories at the forefront of the healthcare industry.

Having Dr. Felix Ogedegbe bear it all in an interesting keynote address centered around the Nigerian Healthcare landscape, and how it has evolved, with key success factors hinging on collaboration, was a major highlight.

Thanks to Dr. Aliu Israel for the insightful engagement on the Total Quality Management system.

And to Dr. Fred John Nnaemeka Obiajulu who spoke about Turn Around Time in Pathology and the causes of delayed TAT.

It was indeed a time well spent, to all the attendees and our teeming esteemed clients, we say thank you for making this event successful

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