IWOSAN Investments Limited has announced the acquisition of Lagoon Hospitals Group, with its facilities around Lagos – Ikeja, Apapa, Victoria Island and Ikoyi.

IWOSAN is a leading healthcare investment company dedicated to investing in the Nigerian healthcare market.

The company was recently launched to transform and improve the healthcare landscape in Nigeria by investing in key healthcare infrastructure across the country.

“This acquisition is extremely beneficial to all of our stakeholders, patients, team members and the medical community as a whole,” said Ms. Fola Laoye, Co-Founder and CEO of IWOSAN.

According to IWOSA Co-Founder and President, Mr. Fola Adeola, “This is an opportunity to launch the vision of IWOSAN with Lagoon’s strong platform of services and strong clinical standards, which are internationally benchmarked thanks to to its JCI accreditation. Our goal is to build, by developing innovative strategies, targeted capacity development that ensures global standards of safety and quality in health systems. We anticipate a smooth transition and are confident that the talented members of our team of nurses and doctors are focused on quality and excellence in care.

“IWOSAN’s vision is to consistently provide world-class, patient-centered healthcare services. The patient is at the heart of all our operations and we are on a mission to be constantly empathetic, ethical, innovative and accessible to better meet their needs.

“IWOSAN’s investment in Lagoon Hospitals is a demonstration of our commitment to actively improving the healthcare sector across the country.

“The name IWOSAN means ‘cure’ or ‘heal’. This accurately projects the company’s mission to provide investment, build local capacity and support access to quality health services.

The founders of IWOSAN are esteemed citizens, investors and catalysts in the communities they serve.

Adeola, co-founder of Guaranty Trust Bank, a seasoned businessman and investor who transformed the banking industry and was instrumental in pension reform in Nigeria. Mr. Dapo Oshinusi, with over two decades of experience as an energy industry leader in the EMEA region.

Finally, Ms. Laoye embodies a wealth of experience and leadership in the Nigerian healthcare community, leading several initiatives and systems dedicated to improving the sector.

Together, the team brings long-term capital, multidimensional expertise and operational skills important to making an impact in our community.

Today, Lagoon Hospitals has been rebranded as IWOSAN Lagoon Hospitals and its new ownership will enable the upgrade and expansion of its existing facilities, incorporating technology and process improvements and will also enable the opening of new sites and clinical services that will expand accessibility. to its target population around Lagos and beyond.

Lagoon Hospitals serves and will continue to serve a large population of Nigerians, focused on delivering on our brand promise “we will take care of you”. Attachments area