The hospital started operations on September 1, 1999, as the National Hospital for Women and Children because it was originally established to tend to the needs of women and children in Nigeria and West Africa in a bid to reduce morbidity and death rates and to carry out extensive research into the peculiar causes of women and children- related diseases in Africa. In order for the majority of Nigerians to benefit from the services and modern equipment in the Hospital, the scope of its operation was expanded to accommodate male patients and it became the National Hospital, Abuja in May 2000.
The hospital offers emergency room services, general and specialty surgical services, x-ray/radiology services, laboratory services, blood services, etc
The hospital centre has 200 beds, a residential estate with facilities that provides accommodation for 120 members of staff.
Who Can Visit
The most common visitors are health workers, family of staff, and patients.
Best Time to Visit
The hospital is open all day so it can be visited at any time.
There is no threat to security her