Medical Advisory Committee

Our Medical Advisory Committee is made up of experts with several years of experience

  • Babaseyi O. Oyesola

    Dr. Oyesola is a consultant in anaesthesia and critical health services in the National Health Service (NHS) and has recently completed 16 years in this field. He now manages “Anaesthesia and Critical Care Consultants (A3C)”, an anaesthesia and critical care service provision group.

    He is also managing director of Practice Ventures (UK)/Prime Technology Medical (Nigeria) both of which supply and support quality medical devices.He has professional expertise in anaesthesiology, critical care and medical simulation.

  • Dolapo Kukoyi

    Dolapo has extensive experience advising clients on a wide range of complex transactions. Some of these clients include start-ups, large established companies, multinationals, non-profit organizations, offshore foundations and government agencies. She is currently a partner at Detail Commercial Solicitors (DCS).

    She is one of the leading lawyers in Nigeria’s power sector with in-depth knowledge on Infrastructure and PPP projects. Having worked for government agencies, regulators, and private parties, Dolapo combines her strong legal background and industry knowledge to add value to each transaction and her attention to the intricacies of every brief sets her apart as a pillar of support to clients.

  • Dr. Akinniranye

    Dr Akinniranye is a consultant in anaesthesia with special interest in intensive care at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS trust, Harlow Essex, UK and he has 17 years of experience in this field. He relocated to Nigeria in 2014 where he has been involved in the practice of anaesthesia and Critical care medicine.

    His core interest is in intensive care and looking after critically sick patients with multi-organ failure, trauma patients and patients with severe sepsis. Other areas of interest include: teaching, audit, research and publications. Dr Akinniranye is also an ATLS, ALERT and Immediate Life Support trainer.

  • Ladi Awosika

    Dr Ladi Awosika commenced his medical career as a lecturer in Human Anatomy at the College of Medicine but left in 1978 for a new career in private general practice. He had since been involved in health care financing, development and delivery of private health care in Nigeria. He is the proprietor and chairman of Ultima Medicare Hospital, Lagos.

    He led Total Health Trust (THT) to become the 1st Nigerian HMO to consolidate acquisition of a 51% by an International investor, Liberty Group of South Africa, in 2011. Ladi has served as a resource person at several international forums for WHO, USAID, GTZ, World Bank and African Union among others. His recent interests include Pro-poor health care financing and medical facility development initiatives.

  • Jeanine Bowen

    Jeanine Bowen has accumulated experience in the fields of hospital operations, emergency services, contact centre operations and technologies, training and skills development. She is the managing director of EuraCare multispecialist hospital.

    Specializing in the field of emergency management and services, she has achieved high-level recognition for her knowledge and practical experience in firefighting, disaster management, health & safety management, trauma debriefing and rape support. Jeanine is a facilitator in CPR and first aid and lectured on the specialized subject of music health and law. She has also gained experience in other fields such as: hospital management, customer services, contact centre operations and technology, administration and secretarial, client liaison, telesales and business development.

  • Dr. Leke Oshunniyi

    Dr. Leke Oshunniyi is a seasoned private medical practitioner and health administrator and he has been a director of the Royal Cross Medical Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos for 27 years. He is a founding director of Multishield Ltd. (a health management organisation) since 1997 and was appointed as the managing director in June 2012.

    Dr Leke was the chairman of the managed care committee of the Lagos State branch of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) and a member of the Lagos State Health Insurance Working Committee. He was also the project coordinator on behalf of the Nigerian National Commission for Refugees (NCFR) of the HIV / AIDS Sero – Prevalence Survey of Oru Refugee Camp, Ogun State.