Our Features & Core Values

There's lots of people in this world who spend so much time watching their health that they haven't the time to enjoy it.

—  Dr. O.O Odunubi
  • Our Main Features

    • The hospital has grown in leaps since it was specifically designed a WHO Collaborating Center for Research and Training in 1979 and some of the service delivery areas now include trauma, burns and plastic surgery.
    • Other therapeutic services include making of Orthopaedic shoes, fitting of prostheses (artificial limbs) and support like fracture braces; spinal/ cervical orthoses; provision of physiotherapy services and diagnostic services.
    • Research and Training of Residency Doctors, Orthopaedic Technology, Plaster Technician, Orthopaedic Health Assistant and Post Basic Nursing School in Orthopaedic and Accident and Emergency Services.

Our Core Values

  • Patient- centredness
  • Honesty, transparency and accountability
  • Teamwork
  • Professionalism
  • staff motivation and development
  • Dynamic and proactiveness
  • Efficiency in resources management

Our Vission Statement

Our vision is to be a centre of excellence in provision of comprehensive healthcare delivery and training in orthopaedic, trauma and plastic surgery.

—  Management

Our Mission Statement

We shall provide effective, qualitative, affordable specialized healthcare delivery and serve as an advocacy centre for injury control and disability prevention in all areas of our specialty including training and reasearch through partnership with all our stakeholders.

—  Management

Why Choose NOHIL?

  • The first and the largest centre in Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa for the management and rehabilitation of Orthpaedic, trauma and accident cases.
  • The 1st solely Orthopaedic Residency Training Center which commenced in 1981 (68% of all consultant orthopaedic surgeons in the country passed through this center).
  • The 1st Center to train Prosthetics/Orthotics manpower at the ND and HND levels in Nigeria (the Center is now known as the Federal College of Orthopaedic Technology (FECOT); a JAMB, NBTE and ISPO approved/recognized Monotechnic for the study of Prosthetics/Orthotics.
  • The 1st Center to train Plaster Room Technicians in Nigeria. The Center has now transformed into a School of Orthopaedic Cast Technology and will soon be awarding ND and HND in Cast Technology as the NBTE has approved the Curriculum for the commencement of the programme.

Top Management Committee