Monthly Post Collection: June 2018


“Being part and parcel of CWC even for three weeks, is everything undergoing my internship in this organization was worth it and very promising…the staff, honestly the staff are truly wonderful…I worked in the lab and nurses’ station and the staff there assisted me as i was incorporated into the hospital’s mode of operation, the lab technicians and scientists were ever so steadfast in what they did, even as they taught me how to carry out finger pricks, check the full blood count, malaria parasites and widal (typhoid) tests and all the principles involved. I would recommend this hospital to anyone in need of treatment or work. Thank you very much CWC for teaching me a lot of things. I am truly grateful.”

Nzenwa Ikemsinachi

“When taking someone’s blood for test different types of syringes are used, my favorite is the finger prick; it is usually used for the malaria parasite. after spending so much time in the lab you get to the different syringes used for different tests. The laboratory process in the lab is very quick and effective; and the lab has different machines that are used for different tests…Generally the doctors and nurses at the clinic are very nice and CWC is family I’m happy to be part of. The experience I had at CWC is something I will take wherever I go.”

Hadiza Mohammed Kashim


“My first day at Childcare and Wellness Clinics kicked off with me in the theater, thinking my first day would be boring and restricted, it was totally the opposite. I was introduced to the wornderful CWC family. On that day I assisted Dr Yashua with a patient who had Osteoporosis, which is an infection in the bone. She used sterilized equipments and saline water to clean the opening of the wound. The development of a child can be altered right from birth, which is the reason why the first thing a doctor asks during a consult is patient history. I gathered all these information during a consult with a patient. My experience as an intern at Childcare and Wellness Clinics has enlightened me in every medical way possible. I am proud to say my journey in the medical world started here at CWC and it is definitely not the end.”

Ni’ima Mohammed Sambo

“The Journey started on the 26th of January 2013, when I was employed as the laboratory manager in the Laboratory Department of CWC. The  lab has witnessed increased patient influx as a result of steady growth of the Clinic, resulting in more test being done in the laboratory. Nevertheless the laboratory is yet to fully exploit its potential. I am going to be working to have a fully automated laboratory department that can carry out all tests with sure precision.”

Omoigui Itohan Okpafe (Mrs)

“From the time of opening till date, the hospital has been doing great, moving well and carrying each and every one along. There is reasonable cooperation among the workers though sometimes human imperfection comes in. The workers relate very well with our patients and clients which gives the hospital a very wonderful image and makes  our clients keep on recommending the hospital to their friends, family and their well wishers.”

Nurse Amaka

“I see CWC as a place where there is room for career progression and a unique learning environment. I joined the Clinic as a frontdesk officer where I was responsible for welcoming patients and their relatives and making them comfortable. I played my given part well until I was upgraded to the accounts department as the Accountant. I hope the management will strive to continue to provide a positive workplace attitude to staff. Only in this environment can our contribution to customer satisfaction improve and increase.”

Onifade Maryam Yetunde

“At the time I took this job at CWC I was a Medical Officer. Now I’ll say loosely I am a Medical Director in training. The patients have been a joy. I believe all doctors are extroverts in boring jobs. We like to deal with people. The patients at CWC are handpicked to make our days challenging, yet interesting. I am more excited about the way the patient load has built up slowly yet steadily. For every young doctor, balalnging working with time to study and improved one’s self is paramount. I have been afforded the opportunity to improved medical knowledge and skills by working directly with the Medical Director, who never stops teaching. The aspect of the job that has been most surprising and challenging has been the call to manage. I have appreciated the problem solving, diplomacy and decision making in non-clinical matters that comes with it. This has affected my practice of medicine and prescription attitude. My overall impression has been that CWC has a lot to contribute to me and I in turn am constantly challenged to contribute more to CWC.”

Dr. Remi Alege

“Coming to CWC was an eye opening to me. I have never liked going to hospitals, the smell of it makes me sick, i have never like drugs, injections or anything associated to it. When I came to CWC I was posted to the pharmacy, I was then assigned to arrange the drugs accordingly. It was such a great challenge that I had to get used to. I got used to the system as days goes by and with the help of the doctors and some colleagues around. I am planning to study more on the pharmaceutical aspect.”

Radiyah Muhammad Zaidu

“Bad experiences always have bad effects on one’s progress in life. The attitude of private employees I have worked with propelled me to conclude on a personal ground, that I was not going to work with private establishments again. What would have been the greatest miss of my life was not to have taken up the job offered by CWC. I was amazed to have be lucky to visit a beautiful environment that will soon be my place of work. A conducive working environment, staff welfare, reasonable remuneration, staff qualities, interpersonal staff relations above all it is a place of skill acquisition garnished with further training and ability to grow high.”

Vincent E. Emmanuel

“As a pediatric nurse, working in a pediatric hospital has been my heart’s desire. I must commend the management tactics, it is quite alarming, hence leading to growth boost of the organization. Good managerial skills able to curb all workers, making them work in unity and as a family. An also making optimal goal to be ‘excellent patient care’.”

Onyeke Gloria