Vesta Healthcare is proud to celebrate 10 years as the leading healthcare professional services firm. To commemorate our anniversary, we have complied 10 milestones to highlight the last 10 years of the Vesta journey, from inception and forward into a limitless future.

2007

Vesta Healthcare Partners Nigeria Limited incorporated as the first healthcare professional services firm in Nigeria; providing Consulting, Clinical Services and Training Services.

2008

Vesta Healthcare Partners UK Limited incorporated as an Associated Company to Vesta Nigeria to provide support and enable operations. Vesta UK facilitates the availability of global expertise locally in Nigeria.

2009

Completed first major consulting project: the Army Vesta Bridge Program (AVBP). Vesta provided unique solutions for the Nigerian Army Medical Corps which enhanced its provision of tertiary care services, including detailed plans for new Acute Care Centres with diagnostic and treatment clinical capability as well as a framework for sustained capacity and skills upgrade in its workforce.

2010

Organised largest training workshop on Emergency Care in Nigeria (Transforming Emergency Care in Nigeria), at the Abuja International Conference Centre. Attended by over 120 delegates from all over Nigeria. Topics included Service Delivery, Strategy and Planning, Disaster Management and Hands-On care, alongside an exhibition featuring 19 major medical equipment vendors, service providers and companies.

2011

Completed first major equipment consulting and supply project: UPTH Ward Block Furnishing Project. Vesta worked with Senior Management at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital to determine the equipment needs and then recommended, procured and installed world-class equipment to suit the needs of the hospital’s new wing.

2012

Completed the first ever Federal Ministry of Health Clinical Governance Program: Federal Tertiary Hospitals Quality Improvement Project. Vesta was mandated by the Federal Ministry of Health to design and execute a programme to improve the quality of care delivered in Federal Hospitals across Nigeria and establish the tenets and principles of clinical governance in these centres.

2013

Completed another landmark consulting project: University College Hospital Ibadan Clinical Performance Management and Quality Assurance Project. Vesta worked with senior management, clinical consultants and other members of staff to significantly improve overall patient experience, clinical workforce productivity and revenue generation across the entire hospital. In addition, to entrench modern hospital management processes, Vesta trained 23 Service Development Officers (SDO’S) who ultimately would emerge as the new cadre of Hospital Service Managers, equipped with modern management theory and practice.

2014

Appointed as Transaction Advisers to University College Hospital Ibadan, for the development of a world-class Public Private Partnership Oncology (Cancer) Centre and private suites complex. Vesta worked with senior management at UCH to develop and dimension the project for approval by ICRC.

2015

Moved into modern office premises at 3 Sir Samuel Manuwa, Victoria Island, Lagos with purpose built facilities to support increasing project work and operations.

2016

Completed a major hospital equipment and operations consultancy project: Bayelsa State Specialist Hospitals Capacity and Functionality Improvement Project. Vesta was engaged to provide expertise to equip two hospitals in Yenagoa (Diette-Koki Memorial Hospital and 39-bed New Government House Clinic). We worked with the Ministry of Health to dimension, procure, deliver, install and commission all the required equipment. We are also providing ongoing training equipment maintenance and support.

The Future

We would like to thank our partners for the successes that Vesta Healthcare has achieved in the past 10 years. As we press on into the future, we pledge to continue to develop as a firm to meet the demands of our growing client base. We have high hopes for the future and are working hard to break into new territories over the coming years.

 

Date: January 2017