LifeBank expands healthcare logistics in Nigeria

LifeBank, a technology company that powers hospitals and care centres to deliver quality healthcare to patients in emerging markets through technology, infrastructure, agile production, and distribution networks has announced the expansion of its Nigerian team.
The organisation, which formally established its expansion today, will henceforth commence its full operations and serves hospitals in every region in Nigeria.
According to the brand, the healthcare technology company that uses data, technology, and smart logistics to ensure blood, oxygen, medical consumables and vaccines are available to the vulnerable that need them now serves over a thousand hospitals in Nigeria and operates from eight cities in the country- Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Jos, Enugu, and Ibadan.
Ugochukwu Obiakor, CEO, LifeBank Nigeria, described the expansion as a needed development, noting that, “With this expansion, we are able to reach more hospitals and care centers across all the regions in the country. We are also working on expanding our product offering and entering new markets in Nigeria and the rest of the world.”
He added that “With over 200,000 lines of code written and 22,903 trips completed around the country, LifeBank has moved over 48,000 products resulting in 22,830 mothers, babies, and vulnerable people being kept alive by delivering critical medical supplies to them when needed and in good condition to the last mile.”
LifeBank, founder and group CEO, Temie Giwa-Tubosun, also acknowledged that the contributions of their partners, adding that, “The expansion of the Nigerian team wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our partners, especially our people at MSD for Mothers, with their backing, we have expanded, scaled and delivered impact for mothers across all six regions in Nigeria and we will continue to reach the last mile with critical life-saving supplies”. She added that LifeBank is Pan-Nigerian and will continue to expand and save more lives.
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