Renowned Embryologist Dr Marta Jansa Perez Visits Bridge Clinic Nigeria

February 28, 2024
Marta Jansa Perez Visits Bridge Clinic Nigeria
Dr Perez (centre)

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

A renowned embryologist, Dr Marta Jansa Perez, has visited the Bridge Clinic Nigeria in Lagos, reinforcing its commitment to excellence in reproductive healthcare.

Ms Perez is the Director of Embryology at Bridge Clinic London. Her visit to the Nigerian affiliate of the foremost healthcare organisation is a testament to the partnership between the two clinics, opening new avenues for the exchange of expertise and resources.

The health practitioner arrived at Bridge Clinic Nigeria on Monday, February 19, 2024. Her week-long visit was meticulously structured around training, process and quality improvement, research and development, and guidance on best practices in clinical embryology.

One of the highlights of the doctor’s visit was her active involvement with the laboratory team, working closely under the leadership of Lab Manager, Ms Rashidat Shatta.

The collaborative efforts focused on hands-on training for embryologists, comprehensive reviews of the Quality Management System, and Laboratory Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to enhance existing processes and identify areas for optimization.

Ms Perez’s wealth of experience allowed her to provide invaluable insights into innovative practices, fostering excellence and efficiency in the laboratory. Her discussions with the team also touched upon areas of research and potential publications of data.

During her stay, she actively participated in clinical meetings and staff development sessions, delivering impactful presentations and engaging in in-depth discussions.

Her interactions extended beyond the laboratory, involving doctors and nurses, where she shared her expertise on multidisciplinary teamwork and its positive impact on client outcomes and experiences.

This collaborative effort not only ensures that Bridge Clinic Nigeria continues to meet international benchmarks but also provides a robust platform for the training of Nigerian staff, aligning with the clinic’s commitment to excellence and continuous improvement.

“We firmly believe that this period of collaboration between Bridge Clinic Nigeria and Bridge Clinic London will yield positive outcomes, particularly in our laboratory—the core of IVF treatment.

“Not only will it improve the quality of care we provide to our clients and the results they achieve with us, but it will also foster a culture of continuous improvement within our organization,” the Medical Director for Bridge Clinic Nigeria, Dr Toyin Ajayi, remarked.

As Bridge Clinic Nigeria strengthens its ties with Bridge Clinic London, this collaboration promises positive outcomes for the laboratory—the heart of IVF treatment.

The collaboration also means that patients do not need to travel abroad to access care for IVF as Bridge Clinic in Nigeria operates the same rigorous quality standards that are obtainable abroad.

This is especially crucial amidst the ongoing forex crisis. It also has the potential of reversing medical tourism as Nigerians in the diaspora prefer to access IVF treatment back home once they have the assurance of quality care.

Modupe Gbadeyanka

Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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