• How can i get to National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi?

    The National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi is located along the ever busy motorway (120/124 Ikorodu Road) in Lagos. The nearest bus stops are Onipanu and Fadeyi

  • This is my first visit to the Hospital, where should i go first?

    Visit the General Out-patient department of the hospital for assessment and registration.

  • Do i need to pay for registration when i come to the hospital? How much?

    Yes. Registration cost two thousand Naira (N2000)

  • Where and how can i pay money for services?

    You can make payment using Remita platform in the hospital.
    You may also choose to make payment using your mobile device or personal computer with internet enabled following these steps:
    Step   1:   Click Payment on REMITA platform
    Step   2:   Click on Pay a Remita Customer /Biller
    Step   3:   Provide the following information
    (a)   Select:   Pay once
    (b)   MDA:   National Orthopaedic Hospital, Lagos
    (c)   Name of Service:   Select one from the drop down list, e.g. NOHL Laboratory
    (d) Enter Amount to pay
    (e) Enter your Full Name
    (f) Enter your e-mail and phone no (optional)
    (g) Enter the characters in the image into the box below it.
    (h) Click on: Proceed to payment
    (i) Your RRR Code is automatically generated on the right side of the page.
    (j) Make payment using any of the following mode. Your RRR code is needed
    - Any commercial Bank
    - Payment via POS
    - Payment with ATM

  • What are the opening hours i can visit the hospital?

    24 hours of services available. Monday - Sunday.

  • How will i go about booking an appointment for treatment?

    Visit Appointment section of Outpatient Department(OPD)

  • How can I have access to Physiotherapy Services in your hospital?

    You need a referral card/letter from a Doctor or from other Physiotherapy Departments in Nigeria.

  • How often do I come for treatment once I am referred?

    Frequency of treatment depends on a lot of variables such as the condition, severity of the condition, rehabilitative stage of the condition; to mention a few. On the average, patients come thrice in a week.

  • Which types of clinics are available in Physiotherapy Department?

    There are:
    (i) General Clinics – Patients are seen on first to arrive basis.
    (ii) Executive Clinic – Patient is assigned to a Physiotherapist who would be solely responsible for the care of that patient. Time of treatment/appointments is scheduled to suit both the patient and the Physiotherapist. Patient using this facility pay more for services than those in the General clinic.

  • What do I need to bring with me to the Physiotherapy Clinic?

    The card issued to you on referral with the stipulated fees or evidence of enrolment into the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and other requirements enumerated on card issuance.

  • How long would I spend at the physiotherapy clinic?

    Expect to spend about 45 – 60 minutes on initial visit but follow up visits vary depending on management.

  • What type of treatment would I receive at Physiotherapy Department?

    This depends on the condition presented as effective treatment is selected after due assessment.

  • Are you going to give me drugs?

    No, Physiotherapy is the use of exercises, massage, manual therapy, patient education and modalities such as heat, cold and electrical stimulation to make you better.

  • Can I get my medications during the weekend and public holidays?

    Yes, you can. Even though normal working hours are from 8am to 4pm, the Casualty pharmacy is open to patients and prescriptions 24hours every day, weekend and public holidays included.

  • Can I fill a prescription from another hospital at the NOHIL pharmacy?

    Yes, you can although the patients and the prescription have to be seen by a Doctor to confirm the validity of the prescription and to have it transcribed to a NOHIL prescription.

  • Do you offer NHIS/Retainership services at NOHIL pharmacy?

    Yes, we do. Services for patients duly registered under the NHIS include drugs.

  • When i leave NOHIL, how do I know which medications to continue and which to stop?

    Upon discharge, the Pharmacist will give you instructions on which medications you should continue at home, which medications you should stop at home and which ones you should start taking, based on the prescription written by your Doctor.

  • Will I get good quality drugs from your hospital?

    Yes. We are committed to ensuring that you get good quality drugs and the best pharmaceutical care services required to improve your quality of life.

  • Where do I go to fill my prescriptions after I have been discharged from Nohil?

    If required, you are encouraged to return to the pharmacy to fill your prescription. However, if you cannot make it down to pharmacy, please visit a reputable community pharmacy in your prescription filled.

  • Are you going to give me drugs?

    No, Physiotherapy is the use of exercises, massage, manual therapy, patient education and modalities such as heat, cold and electrical stimulation to make you better.

  • Emergency Case

    If you need a doctor or medical care urgently at any time, call emergency appointment number for emergency service.

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  • Doctors Timetable

    Here at NOHIL we have individual doctor's lists. Click read more below to see services and current timetable for our doctors.

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  • Opening Hours

    • Monday - Friday
      24 Hours
    • Saturday
      24 Hours
    • Sunday
      24 Hours