Nigeria’s most fertile fertility clinic.

The Bridge Clinic gives you the best chance of treating all cases of infertility and conceiving successfully in a safe and caring environment. With the latest technologies and internationally trained staff we offer only the best quality in private fertility treatment and care.

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At The Bridge Clinic we are committed to helping you realise your dream of having a family. FertilitySure is our way to help make an informed decision on the best way to get you pregnant. After you assessment we provide you with a report, discuss financial planning options and take you through your treatment plan. Booking a FertilitySure assessment directly with The Bridge Clinic saves you N 20,000. Get the medical confidence your future family deserves. Request an appointment for your assessment now!

Our doctors on the topic of fertility

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Healthy red blood cells are responsible for distributing enough oxygen throughout the body. If you have sickle cell anaemia, a type of anaemia that is inherited (i.e. a genetic disorder), you don’t have enough healthy red blood cells. In medical terms, abnormal haemoglobin S (Hb S) instead of haemoglobin... Read more

The Importance of Healthcare Quality Audits in Nigeria

Reliable, high quality care is very important when it comes to patients’ health and safety. Why? Because people trust medical experts with their concerns, conditions and future wellbeing. If the right programmes and regulations are not in place, quality cannot be controlled, putting many lives at risk... Read more

What You Need to Know About Endometriosis in Nigeria

Endometriosis is a medical condition that affects women and more often than not it is very painful, with very troubling consequences. In earlier days there were little to no awareness and comprehension in Nigeria for this condition with speculated causes ranging from differences in educational standards... Read more

God makes everything beautiful in His own time. I had an ICSI done which failed. Seven spare embryos were frozen and we were asked to come for a frozen embryo transfer. My husband and I started the process. On the day of the embryo transfer, I was told four were dead. One was graded 3CC and two were early blastocysts. I was so scared, but I kept telling myself that if one can get to blastocyst stage, it will stay. We kept praying to God. My wonderful doctor (Dr Oyeleye) and the whole team were all there to support me. Even with my phobia for oral drugs, I kept taking the drugs diligently. I decided to take the pregnancy test two days before the date (5 August 2016), I noticed a faint line. I was still sceptical so I decided to take a blood test and it came out positive. I couldn’t believe it (NB: the embryos transferred were 3CC and 2). I repeated another urine test and it came out positive. I shouted out with joy I am pregnant! Today my baby is 7 weeks and 2 days old and doing well. I want to thank everyone at Bridge Clinic (Dr Oyeleye, nurses Kemi and Cynthia as well as Nancy and Ola) and all the others for being there for me. Embryologists, thank you for showing my baby love during his stay with you in the lab. Muah! I love you all!
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Our Doctors

  • Dr.Bamidele Oladipo Babatunde


    Doctor Babatunde obtained his medical degree (MBBS) at the University of Ilorin, Kwara State. He undertook his internship at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) after which he fulfilled his National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) obligation at the General Hospital Bauchi. Before joining The Bridge Clinic in 2012, he was Medical Superintendent at the Talent Specialist Hospital, Egbeda (2004-2006) and worked for the Lagos State Health Service Commission as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology specialist from 2006 to 2012.

  • Dr.Onyinyechi Echendu


    Doctor Echendu received her medical degree from the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. She spent her elective period at Kings College Hospital in London in 2008 and completed her postgraduate diploma in Family Medicine at the Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria.

  • Dr. Maduabuchi Amagh Udensi


    Doctor Udensi obtained his medical degree (MBBS) at Abia State University, Uturu. He has held positions at the Abia State University Teaching Hospital, the Mater Misericodiae Hospital, Afikpo, Ekiti Local Government Health Centre, Kwara State, the Oke-Ero Local Government Health Centre, Kwara State, Ebonyi State Teaching Hospital, Abakiliki, the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi and The Bridge Clinic, Port Harcourt.

  • Dr Ifeoma Oyeleye


    Doctor Oyeleye obtained her medical degree (MBBS) at the University of Port Harcourt and undertook her residency at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital. Before joining The Bridge Clinic in 2010 she worked at the Guards Brigade Medical Centre, Abuja.

  • Dr David Nandul


    Doctor Nandul holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, where he was awarded the Community Medicine Prize for Best Project for his publication ‘Knowledge, attitude and practice of cervical cancer screening amongst students of tertiary institutions in Nigeria.’