Health Packages

Well Women Packages

The St. Nicholas Hospital Well Woman scheme is a comprehensive package aimed at providing health and lifestyle advice for women of all age groups. It is a flexible package of medical and clinical tests, depending on the age and medical background of the individual.


Well Man Packages

This comprehensive health screening builds a detailed overview of your health - and flags any potential causes for concern early. The tests will depend on your package, head to toe preventative health screenings that help you catch early signs of degenerative illness, risk factors such as high cholesterol and review your lifestyle and health requirements.


Sexual Health Screen Packages

Sexually transmitted diseases are rising, and a test is the only way to confirm whether you're infected or not. If you're at risk, it’s wise to get a sexual health check. Many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have no signs or symptoms in the majority of people infected. Or they have mild signs that can be easily overlooked. The only way to know if you have an STI is to get tested.


Pre-Employment Screening

At Saint Nicholas Hospital, our pre-employment medical screening provides a baseline health assessment for a worker before they enter a role with an employer.The goal of the pre-employment screening is to determine whether an individual is fit to perform his or her job without risk to himself or others.


Food Handlers Screening

This consists of an initial consultation with the doctor who will collect all your medical information and discuss any health concerns you may have. The doctor will carry out a comprehensive medical examination. At the end of the consultation the investigations you will undertake will be discussed with you.


Domestic Staff Screening Packages

The Domestic Staff Screening at St. Nicholas Hospital is an affordable means to give you peace of mind with respect to the health status of your staff.With so many working families, where both parents are not available for most of the day, it becomes imperative that they hire and retain staff to handle domestic duties in their homes


Cancer Screen Packages

Checking for cancer (or for conditions that may become cancerous) in people who have no symptoms is called screening. Screening can help doctors find and treat several types of cancer early.Screening tests can help doctors find a cancer at an earlier, more treatable stage. This may help improve survival.


The St. Nicholas Hospital Well Woman scheme is a comprehensive package aimed at providing health and lifestyle advice for women of all age groups. It is a flexible package of medical and clinical tests, depending on the age and medical background of the individual.

Breast Consultation

In breast cancer, some cells in the breast for reasons unknown start growing abnormally. They start to grow rapidly and in advanced cases may spread to other organs close by. Worldwide, the incidence of breast cancer is on the increase.

During your breast consultation the doctor will discuss any concerns you may have, explain how and when to examine your breast and will also perform a full breast examination.

Bilateral Breast Ultrasound Scan

This is an ultrasound picture of both the breasts. It can be used instead of a mammogram in younger women to detect abnormal lesions.

Bilateral Breast Mammogram

This is an X-ray picture of the breast.

A mammogram is offered to women over the age of 40. Between the ages of 40-49 a woman should have a mammogram every 2 years and over the age of 50, yearly. Women less than 40 years are recommended to have one if there is a relevant family history of breast disease or if there is an indication on medical examination.

Chest X-Ray (CXR)

This is a radiological picture of the chest area showing the internal structures such as the heart, lungs and ribs. It can be used to evaluate problems/abnormalities within this area.

Pelvic Ultrasound Scan (USS)

This is a form of imaging that looks at the female reproductive organs. It enables the practitioner to detect any abnormal growth in these organs.

Cervical Smear

Cervical cancer is a cancer that forms in the cervix (neck of the womb). The cancer usually grows slowly and may not have any symptoms. However, regular cervical smear tests will detect the abnormal cells which lead to cancer.

Full blood count

This is a blood screening test that detects anaemia, blood abnormalities and infections.

Liver function test

This measures the function of the liver. It can be used to screen for hepatitis and liver disease.

Renal function test

This is a blood test that is used to evaluate the function of the kidney. It looks at electrolyte balance and also gives an indication as to how well the kidneys excrete waste.

Blood sugar test

This blood test is used to measure the level of glucose in your body at any given time. It can be used as a screening test for diabetes.

Total cholesterol

Cholesterol is a soft waxy substance that is found in the blood stream and in the cells of the body. It is important for normal bodily functions e.g. cell development and hormone production. However, high levels of cholesterol in the blood can cause blockage of blood vessels which can lead to conditions such as heart attacks, stroke and kidney diseases.

This test measures the total cholesterol in the blood, which can then be used to determine your risk of coronary heart disease.

Lipid profile

This is a group of blood tests that measures the fats in the body. It looks at the total cholesterol; high and low density lipoprotein and triglycerides. This allows us to assess your risk of cardiac disease accurately.

Urinalysis

This is commonly used as a screening test for diabetes and kidney disease. It can also be used to diagnose urinary tract infections.

High Vaginal Swab (HVS)

Infections of the reproductive organs are a major cause of fertility problems. Often the woman may not have any symptom until complications arise such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or an ectopic pregnancy.

Women most at risk of these infections are under the age of 35. However, all sexually active women should be screened regularly. A high vaginal swab can pick up some of these infections.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

This test measures the rhythm and electrical activity of the heart when at rest. It is used to detect problems with the heart.

Exercise ECG

An exercise ECG or stress test is a tool that tests the effect of exercise on your heart. It provides an overall impression of the health of the heart.

Echocardiogram (ECHO)

This is an Ultrasound scan of the heart. It looks at the heart structure and function.

Colorectal Cancer

This is the abnormal growth of cells in the intestine and rectum. In the USA it is one of the leading causes of cancer related deaths and the incidence is increasing in Nigeria.

The cause of colorectal cancer is not known. However, some risk factors have been identified; these include advancing age, diets high in red and processed meat, and a personal or family history of colorectal cancer.

Faecal occult blood test

One of the symptoms of colorectal cancer is blood in the stool. The faecal occult blood test is a laboratory investigation that is carried out on stool to check for blood which is not visibly apparent.
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Well Woman Screening Instructions

Well woman screenings are the foundation for wellness, health promotion and disease identification and management throughout your life. They ensure that any disease such as cancers of the breast, ovary, uterus or cervix as well as non-cancers such as heart disease and osteoporosis are detected early.

A periodic well woman screening is not just about good medical care, but it also gives you the opportunity to learn more about beneficial health habits, as well as an overall view of the best ways to take care of yourself.

Venue of Health Screening

SNH Clinics 7B, Etim Inyang Crescent, Off MuriOkunola Victoria Island Lagos

Please Note the Following Carefully:

  • •  Your check-up will take approximately 2-4 hours depending on your package.
  • •  Please come along with all your usual prescribed drugs, or any other over the counter medications (multivitamins, energy drugs, etc.).
  • •  Depending on the responses during consultation other test may be requested by the doctor. Any additional tests outside your chosen package will be charged separately.
  • •  You will need to come in fasting for 12 hours before your appointment.
  • •  You will be required to have a full bladder to carry out some tests (pelvic scan and urinalysis).
  • •  Stool and urine samples may be required based on your package.
  • •  If you are to have an Exercise ECG, bring your sports clothes and tennis shoes. Shower facilities available on site for those who wish to freshen up after the test.

If You Are To Have a PSA Test

Please ensure the following:
  • •  Do not have an active urine infection.
  • •  You have not ejaculated (produced semen during sex or masturbation) in the previous 48 hours.
  • •  You have not exercised heavily in the previous 48 hours.
  • •  You have not had a prostate biopsy in the previous six weeks.
  • •  You have not had a rectal examination (examination of the back passage with a gloved finger) in the previous week.

Each of the above scenarios may produce an unusually high PSA result.

In Collecting a Stool Sample

To avoid a false positive result of faecal occult blood (FOB):
  • •  There are dietary restrictions before the test. Do not take the following:
    • No red meat or chicken.
    • No fresh fruit.
    • No green vegetables.
    • No beans.
  • •  Do not take iron preparations, vitamin C, or aspirin or other non-steroidal rheumatic drugs for 3 days before testing.
  • •  Report any rectal bleeding 24 hours before your test.
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The scheme comprises 3 packages, designed to promote a healthy lifestyle for men of all ages.

Primary care consultation

This consists of an initial consultation with the doctor who will collect all your medical information and discuss any health concerns you may have. The doctor will carry out a comprehensive medical examination. At the end of the consultation the investigations you will undertake will be discussed with you. More tests may be added by the doctor depending on the findings during the consultation or at your request.

Prostate disease

The prostate is a small gland about the size of a kola nut, found only in men. It sits under the bladder and in front of the rectum (lower end of the bowel). The urethra is a narrow tube that runs the length of the penis and carries both urine and semen out of the body. It runs directly through the prostate. Therefore any condition affecting the prostate will ultimately affect the function of the urethra. The prostate is an important organ and its level of importance in men rises as they get older. There are 3 major health problems that affect the prostate gland:
  • Prostate specific antigen (PSA)

    PSA is a protein produced by cells of the prostate gland. The PSA test is a blood investigation that measures the level of PSA in the blood at any point in time. It is the most effective test currently available for the early detection of prostate cancer. Regular measurement of PSA is recommended for all men over the age of 40. Studies have shown that men who have yearly PSA tests are 3 times less likely to die from prostate cancer than those who do not have yearly screening tests.
  • Prostate scan

    This is an ultrasound scan of the prostrate gland. It will measure the size of the prostate and assess its shape. It can be used to detect BPH and prostate cancer.
  • Chest X-Ray (CXR)

    This is a radiological picture of the chest area showing the internal structures such as the heart, lungs and ribs. It can be used to evaluate problems/abnormalities within the area.

Full blood count

This is a blood screening test that detects anaemia, blood abnormalities and infections.

Liver function test

This is a blood test that measures the function of the liver. It can be used to screen for hepatitis and liver disease.

Renal function test

This is a blood test that is used to evaluate the function of the kidney. It assesses electrolyte balance and also gives an indication as to how well the kidneys excrete waste.

Total cholesterol

Cholesterol is a soft waxy substance that is found in the blood stream and in the cells of the body. It is important for normal bodily functions e.g. cell development and hormone production. However, high levels of cholesterol in the blood can cause blockage of blood vessels which can lead to conditions such as heart attacks, stroke and kidney disease.

This test measures the total cholesterol in the blood which can then be used to determine your risk of coronary heart disease.

Lipid profile

This is a group of blood tests that measures the fat in the body. It looks at the total cholesterol; high and low density lipoprotein and triglycerides. This allows us to assess your risk of cardiac disease accurately.

Urinalysis

This is commonly used as a screening test for diabetes and kidney disease. It can also be used to diagnose urinary tract infections.

Blood sugar test

This blood test measures the level of glucose in your body at any given time. It can be used as a screening test for diabetes.

Colorectal cancer

This is the abnormal growth of cells in the intestine and rectum. In the USA it is one of the leading causes of cancer related deaths and the incidence is increasing in Nigeria.

The cause of colorectal cancer is not known. However, some risk factors have been identified; these include advancing age, diets high in red and processed meat, and a personal or family history of colorectal cancer.

Faecal occult blood test

One of the symptoms of colorectal cancer is blood in the stool. The faecal occult blood test is a laboratory test that is carried out on stool, to check for blood which is not visibly apparent.

The main use of this laboratory test is to screen for colorectal cancer.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

This test measures the rhythm and electrical activity of the heart when at rest.It is used to detect problems with the heart.

Exercise ECG

An exercise ECG or stress test is a tool that tests the effect exercises on your heart. It provides an overall impression of the health of the heart.

Echocardiogram (ECHO)

This is an ultrasound scans of the heart. It is used to access the structure of the various parts of the heart and their function.
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Well Man Screening Instructions

This comprehensive health screening builds a detailed overview of your health - and flags any potential causes for concern early. The tests are, depending on your package, head to toe preventative health screenings that help you catch early signs of degenerative illness, risk factors such as high cholesterol and review your lifestyle and health requirements.

Venue of Health Screening

SNH Clinics 7B, Etim Inyang Crescent, Off MuriOkunola Victoria Island Lagos

Please Note the Following Carefully:

  • •  Your check-up will take approximately 2-4 hours depending on your package.
  • •  Please come along with all your usual prescribed drugs, or any other over the counter medications (multivitamins, energy drugs, etc.).
  • •  Depending on the responses during consultation other test may be requested by the doctor. Any additional tests outside your chosen package will be charged separately.
  • •  You will need to come in fasting for 12 hours before your appointment.
  • •  You will be required to have a full bladder to carry out some tests (pelvic scan and urinalysis).
  • •  Stool and urine samples may be required based on your package.
  • •  If you are to have an Exercise ECG, bring your sports clothes and tennis shoes. Shower facilities available on site for those who wish to freshen up after the test.

If You Are To Have a PSA Test

Please ensure the following:
  • •  Do not have an active urine infection.
  • •  You have not ejaculated (produced semen during sex or masturbation) in the previous 48 hours.
  • •  You have not exercised heavily in the previous 48 hours.
  • •  You have not had a prostate biopsy in the previous six weeks.
  • •  You have not had a rectal examination (examination of the back passage with a gloved finger) in the previous week.

Each of the above scenarios may produce an unusually high PSA result.

In Collecting a Stool Sample

To avoid a false positive result of faecal occult blood (FOB):
  • •  There are dietary restrictions before the test. Do not take the following:
    • No red meat or chicken.
    • No fresh fruit.
    • No green vegetables.
    • No beans.
  • •  Do not take iron preparations, vitamin C, or aspirin or other non-steroidal rheumatic drugs for 3 days before testing.
  • •  Report any rectal bleeding 24 hours before your test.
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Checking for cancer (or for conditions that may become cancerous) in people who have no symptoms is called screening. Screening can help doctors find and treat several types of cancer early.

The main goals of cancer screening are to:

  • 1. Reduce the number of people who die from the disease, or eliminate deaths from cancer.
  • 2. Reduce the number of people who develop the disease.

It’s often the last thing people think about especially where there are no indications of any problem but doing this is important if you are at personal risk in certain situations like:

  • 1. A known family history of a particular cancer e.g. breast cancer
  • 2. Growing older. Certain cancers are more likely in the older age group e.g. prostate cancer

Why Do A Cancer Screen?

Screening tests can help doctors find a cancer at an earlier, more treatable stage. This may help improve survival.

What Kinds of Tests Are Done?

Usually, screening for cancer may involve blood tests, urine tests, other tests, or medical imaging.

Talk With Us

Do you think you are at risk of developing cancer? Let’s decide on an appropriate screening schedule based on your age, personal and family medical history.

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The St. Nicholas Hospital Well Woman scheme is a comprehensive package aimed at providing health and lifestyle advice for women of all age groups. It is a flexible package of medical and clinical tests, depending on the age and medical background of the individual.
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At Saint Nicholas Hospital, our pre-employment medical screening provides a baseline health assessment for a worker before they enter a role with an employer.

The goal of the pre-employment screening is to determine whether an individual is fit to perform his or her job without risk to himself or others. This screening will also provide a documented record of the state of the employee’s health on entering the company.

It can help ascertain if a worker is medically suitable in the role in which they are applying as its exact composition is flexible to match the job role and possible exposures to be encountered.

A standard Pre-Employment screen includes:

  • Comprehensive Medical History
  • Lifestyle Evaluation
  • Height, Weight & Body Index
  • Blood Pressure & Pulse
  • Medical Examination
  • Urinalysis.
  • Blood Tests
  • Chest X-Ray
  • Test Results & Reports
  • Overall Summary, Assessment And Recommendations
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With so many working families, where both parents are not available for most of the day, it becomes imperative that they hire and retain staff to handle domestic duties in their homes.

These domestic staff are there for the convenience of these parents to take care of their loved ones which includes children and grandparents, take care of their homes and run errands.

With such responsibilities, it’s quite important that staff employed are healthy and pose no medical risk to their loved ones.

The Domestic Staff Screening at St. Nicholas Hospital is an affordable means to give you peace of mind with respect to the health status of your staff.

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Sexually transmitted diseases are rising, and a test is the only way to confirm whether you're infected or not. If you're at risk, it’s wise to get a sexual health check. Many sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have no signs or symptoms in the majority of people infected. Or they have mild signs that can be easily overlooked. The only way to know if you have an STI is to get tested.

When Should I Get Tested?

You can go for testing whenever you feel you might have been at risk. Treating an STI early can prevent further health complications. It's a good idea to get tested when:
  • 1. You have symptoms (but you may have an STIs without showing any symptoms, so testing is the only way to know for sure)
  • 2. Your sexual partner has been diagnosed with an STI or has symptoms that may indicate an STI
  • 3. You feel you have engaged in higher risk activities
  • 4. You have started a new relationship
  • 5. You or your partner(s) have not been tested in the last year

How Is A Sexual Health Screen Done?

At St. Nicholas Hospital, we will take a medical and sexual history and then examine you. Depending on our preliminary diagnosis, general guidelines on standard STIs tests or your individual health status and history, we may take a blood sample, a swab of your genital area, or ask you for a urine sample.
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Cosmetic surgery is a unique discipline of medicine focused on enhancing appearance through surgical and medical techniques. It can be performed on all areas of the head, neck and body. As cosmetic surgery aims to improve the aesthetic appearance of a person and not the function, it is therefore an elective procedure.
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What do we Do

1. Burns care- all stages. 2. Skin cancer management. 3. Scar revision. 4. Keloid and hypertrophic scar management. 5. Vascular procedures-venous stripping, venous ligations. 6. Vaginoplasty including tightening and total reconstruction. 7. Aesthetic/cosmetic procedures
      a) Reduction mammoplasty
 
      b) Mastopexy
 
      c) Lipo-abdominoplasty(tummy tuck)
 
      d) Gluteal augmentation
 
      e) Blepharoplasty
 
      f) Facial rejuvenation
 
    g) Fat grafting

The Team

Dr. Fadeyibi, I.O. (FMCS, FWACS, FICS and Cert in Cosmetic Surgery) is the Consultant Specialist in charge of the team consisting of well-trained medical and support personnel to give you the results you desire.

Talk To Us

Choosing cosmetic surgery is a personal decision. Successful, realistic results often depend on how well you communicate with your surgeon. Our promise to you is comfort, expertise and the expectation of natural looking outcomes.
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