Setting the Standard of Surgical Care in West Africa
MISSION: TO PROVIDE WEST AFRICA WITH WORLD-CLASS SURGICAL CARE
In Nigeria, the scarcity of quality and available tertiary care affects the rich and poor alike. Those who do not have means suffer substandard care, while those of means must fly abroad. Nigerians spend $400 million annually for surgical services in India alone.
CHSC changes this reality by providing the highest quality surgical care in Nigeria and Greater West Africa. CHSC employs nurses and physicians who have trained at world-renowned health institutions and partners with these same institutions to provide specialized care.
An urgent care and ambulatory surgical center located in Abuja, Nigeria with 2 examination rooms, a 5-bed postoperative recovery room, digital X-ray, laboratory, and fully equipped OR.
Only 5 percent of the available land has been used to build the surgery center. CHSC has procured designs for a larger facility housing expanded care options as well as health and wellness services.
Ikemba Iweala MD, FRCSEd
(Co-Founder & Chairman)
Dr. Ikemba Iweala is a graduate of University of Ibadan Medical School. He trained as a surgeon at the Manchester Royal Infirmary in Manchester, England and University of Maryland. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Royal Society of Medicine. He has 30+ years experience practicing emergency medicine in the United States and Nigeria.
Dr. Uchechi Iweala is a graduate of the MD/MBA program at Harvard University. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at George Washington University and a spine surgery fellowship at New York University. He is currently practicing at the Centers For Advanced Orthopedics in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
Onyinye Iweala MD, PhD
Dr. Onyinye Iweala is a graduate of the MD/PhD program in Experimental Pathology at Harvard University. She completed residency in Internal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology Allergy, and Immunology at UNC.
Ejeh Loveth MD
Dr. Loveth Ejeh is an honour graduate of the MD program at Washington University of Health & Science. She has vast experience clinical experience as a general practitioner. She has more than four years experience working with INGOs as a trained communications specialist. She is committed to advancing primary care by promoting premium health standards and putting policies into place.
Charity John RN
Charity John is a graduate of the Federal Capital Territory School of Nursing. She is a passionate and dedicated registered nurse with years of experience in a variety of medical settings, including the Emergency Department, ICU, and Fertility and Neonatal wards. She has active BLS and ACLS certifications.