St. John's Hospital, Agbor…

Tel: 08174390054


St. John’s Catholic Hospital,
Boji-Boji, Owa,
P.O.Box 1896, Agbor.

St. John’s Catholic Hospital started as a Maternity Home in 1953 by Sr. Lazarian, an Irish OLA sister. It was an out station clinic of St. Philomena’s Catholic Maternity Hospital Dawson Road Benin City.

The Hospital is situated within the local Community of and around Alika street, just five minutes walk from the ever busy old Lagos-Asaba Road. It is easily accessible by all means of transportation; pregnant women in labour can easily walk to the place. It is a very popular hospital among the natives, low income earners, small scale business people, self employed, artisans, petty traders, hawkers and peasant farmers. It is a ‘grass-root’ hospital.

A forty bedded hospital, neat with respectful and dedicated staff, the hospital sees and treats about six thousand patients and delivers about three hundred babies yearly.

It offers comprehensive Health care services; Health Education, dietary Education; preventive health care, screening for HIV, breast, cervical and prostatic cancers; medical diagnostic cancers; medical diagnostic investigations, weight management, curative, rehabilitative care and women’s health with emphasis on MDE 4,5 & 6.

St. John’s Catholic Hospital meets the Mission statement of the Catholic health services in Nigeria – To share in the healing ministry of Jesus Christ through provision of health services that are based on a holistic approach and respect for human life.


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