Dr Dapo Majekodunmi was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He completed his medical training in 1989 from the University of Lagos Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. Following this he went to the UK to do his postgraduate training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and became a member of the Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology in 1997.
In 1998 he returned to Nigeria and began working at St Nicholas Hospital as a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. In 2000 he was appointed Medical Director of St Nicholas Hospital.
Over the last 12 years as Medical Director of St Nicholas Hospital Dr Majekodunmi has changed the face of St Nicholas.
Dr. Ebun Ladipo Bamgboye is a consultant physician and Nephrologist, with special interest in Nephrology (Kidney Medicine). He is the head of the dialysis/transplant at St. Nicholas Hospital and the clinical director of the hospital.
Dr. Bamgboye graduated from University of Ilorin in 1984. Following this he did his house job at Lagos University Teaching Hospital. He then spent 2 years working as a medical officer in Kaduna following his youth service year. In 1988, Dr. Bamgboye returned to LUTH where he worked and trained as a resident for 5years.
After obtaining his fellowship of the West African College of Physicians in 1994, he was appointed consultant physician/nephrologist and head of dialysis unit at Gbagada General Hospital Lagos. He worked there for 4years before moving to St. Nicholas Hospital.
Dr. Bamgboye has been employed at St. Nicholas Hospital. Since February, 1998, over the years he has developed one of the most prestigious and functional dialysis units, which receives referrals from around the world.
The renal transplant unit has been running for over 14years now and was the first unit in Nigeria and the sub-region to perform a successful kidney transplants to date.
Dr. Bamgboye has several publications to his credit, amongst which are: Chronic Renal Failure at Lagos university Hospital, Ten-year Review. Transportation proceedings in 1992: 24 (5):1851, 1852 presented at the first International Congress on Dialysis and Transportation in Development Countries in Singapore in 1992; establishing a Renal Transport Program in a Third World Economy.
He is currently the president of Nigerian Association of Nephrology.
Special Interest: Vascular Studies (Doppler & CT)
University Attended: Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria.
Year Qualified: 1985
Date Started at SNH: February 2003
Dr. Olugbenga Omonije obtained his primary medical qualification MBBS from University of Ilorin in January 1994. Upon completion of the mandatory NYSC in 1996, he moved to South Africa where he was employed as a medical officer with the Mpumalanga provincial government at the Carolina Hospital, a position that exposed him to actively participate in both major and minor surgical procedures, and induction and maintenance of theatre patients under general anesthesia.
It was in this health facility that he developed a passion for emergency medicine and proceeded to work at the Chris Hani Baragwaneth Hospital in Soweto, Johannesburg in the year 2000, where he was employed as a casualty officer.
During his 4 year stint at the trauma unit of the hospital, Dr Omonije horned his skills in caring for acutely ill and injured patients in this priority 1- setting. He became certified in both advanced trauma life support (ATLS) and advanced cardiac life support (ACLS). He also has a diploma in Primary emergency care (Dip PEC).
In the year 2004, he joined the medi-clinic group as an emergency room physician. He has over 20 years’ experience in priority 1 Emergency environment.
He is the Chief Operating Officer and Head of Accident & Emergency at St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos from November 2016 till date. His special interest is in Emergency Medical Care, healthcare Performance optimization and improving patient safety in hospitals. He is happily married with three children and his hobbies includes travelling and road running.
Mr. Famakinwa joined the Executive team of St. Nicholas Hospital Lagos (SNH) in March 2013.
Prior to joining St. Nicholas Hospital Lagos, he worked in United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) for over 16 years and distinguishably served an important position as Associate Director of Finance of Homerton University NHS Foundation Hospital.
Mr. Famakinwa attended the Lagos State Polytechnic before proceeding to United Kingdom to study and acquire the Chartered Association of Certified Accountant (ACCA) qualification. He achieved the ACCA designation in 1996. Two years later, he achieved the Nigerian Chartered Accountancy qualification ACA. To expand his business knowledge, he attended the London Southbank Business School. In 2002 Mr. Famakinwa was awarded a Master in Business Administration.
He served on a number of professional committees including the ACCA Public Sector Technical Panel and was the Chairman of the UK ICAN District in 2006 / 07. In 2008, he received the Gathering of Africa Best (GAB) Award in the Finance category. The UK District of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria also honoured him with a Golden Medal award for excellent services to the UK District.
Mr Famakinwa has acquired significant experience in Hospital Management, strategic business development and implementing corporate financial governance. Mr Famakinwa’s vision is to contribute to the vision of St. Nicholas Hospital of being the pre-eminent Healthcare institution in Nigeria providing first class quality and excellent service and enriching the patient experience.