JNCI Wins Best Biomedical Engineering Service Company Award

Mrs Clare Omatseye, Managing Director of JNC International receiving the award of Biomedical Engineering Service Company for 2021.

Nigeria biomedical equipment solutions company, JNC International has won the biomedical engineering service company for 2021 for producing stimulate quality, service improvement, and innovation in the Nigerian health sector.

The award was presented to the company at the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2021.

JNC International is a leading Turnkey Medical Equipment Services and Solutions Company in Nigeria, active for more than 15 years and based in Lagos.

The Managing Director of the company, Mrs. Clare Omatseye, said this in a statement on Thursday in Lagos.

Omatseye, says the biomedical equipment solutions company intends to stem the tide of medical tourism and brain drain affecting the Nigerian health system.

She said, “This award is dedicated to the patients in our country and incredible clients over the past 17 years.

“We will invest more in the healthcare space, continue to make a difference, and improve clinical training, so clients can get the return on their investment.

“As a proudly Nigerian company, we are prepared to stop medical tourism and brain drain in the Nigerian health system.”

NHEA is an initiative of the Global Health Project and Resources in Partnership with the Anadach group.

The award is designed to celebrate distinguished personalities and organizations who have contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian health sector.

The recognition aims to stimulate quality improvement and innovation in the Nigerian health sector leading to improved service delivery and management of key health issues, among others.

Omatseye said that her company’s focus was on patients and clients, which motivated it to provide the best biomedical equipment to the healthcare system in the country.

“We all know that the healthcare system is still struggling and access to the system is a bit challenged.

“Nigeria healthcare system being challenged motivates us to provide quality medical solutions by the commitment of my team all the time.

“The company has 25 Nigerian engineers who look after the medical equipment, by installing and doing service agreements,” Omatseye said.

She said that getting the award was amazing because they had been getting recognition for the past five years in a row for being the best biomedical engineering company in Nigeria.

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