St. Luke’s Hospital is an ultra-modern, privately owned hospital built with a vision to render quality healthcare service comparable to the world’s best. The hospital was established in 2011 in the quiet and serene environment of the Government Reserved Area in Asaba by the late Chief Uche Okpuno, the Chairman of ULO Consultant Limited. He was the Chairman of the Board of Directors till his demise and was succeeded by his wife Chief Mrs. Nkem Okpuno. The present Medical Director (MD) is Dr. Patrick Ofili, a consultant General Surgeon. The MD oversees all the daily activities of the hospital ensuring a facilitative environment in which excellence would thrive. He is assisted in this role by the hospital administrator, Mrs. Maria Ngozi Olisa, the strategy manager, Mr. Olumuyiwa Komolafe, various heads of departments, and several support staff.


A healthier future for all inspired by faith, driven by innovation, and powered by our humanity.

We provide faculty and staff with current technological tools and the training necessary to fully utilize them to enhance customer service and administrative functions.


To provide world class medical services in a challenging environment.

We use a team approach to provide health care and involve the patient as a part of our team.We seek to bo ambassadors for what we are known for.

The hospital is a 60-bed facility. The main hospital building has three floors. The ground floor is made up of the emergency suite, consultation rooms, pharmacy, laboratory, radiology department, dialysis suite, dental unit, and stores. There is also the medical records department and the reception area for patients and visitors. The first floor is made up of wards, main operating theatres, and the intensive care unit (ICU). The topmost floor accommodates the presidential ward, administrative units, conference room, hospital library, seminar room, and computer room. There is a functional lift servicing all the floors of the hospital, as well as a ramp linking the ground and first floors. Aside from the staircases, there is also a fire escape.

A total number of 30 consultants both full-time and visiting provide coverage across the specialties and sub-specialties. Their services include routine consultant clinics, ward rounds, and attending to emergencies in their specialties as the need arises. The scope of medical services spans 22 specialties and sub-specialties, for which consultations are clinic-day or appointment-based. However, for patients requiring complex and critical care beyond the capabilities of our facility, we refer to the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Asaba, Asaba Specialist Hospital (ASH), or even to Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (NAUTH), Nnewi.

The hospital uses an electronic medical record that is fully digitalized. The hospital has kept a standard for delivering healthcare to its clients at a level that is satisfying and beneficial to them. Patients are promptly attended to by courteous staff and given the opportunity to evaluate the hospital through systematically distributed feedback forms and clinical audits.


Healthy Living

We are motivated to ensure an inclusive and equitable approach to healthy living awareness in Africa. This is the core of our existence and we are most committed to achieving this, leaving no one behind.

Rural Empowerment

We serve as a bridge to the less privileged. We bring health intervention closer to the needy, without any attached commercial angle. This value gave the idea for the creation of outreach and health engagement programs to public hospitals, religious centres, marginalized communities among others on promoting healthy living and wellbeing.

Sustainable Development

The quest for even and sustainable health development is a priority we hold most important. We manage the execution of health facilities and wellbeing centres through charity funding. Our development approaches are well-run to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

People Centered Partnership

We leverage to secure community significance to each of our projects through a value-laden partnership with other relevant stakeholders within the scope of our engagement. We operate an open policy to ideas, innovations, and opinions that can help drive the goal of healthy living in Africa.