About Us

About LMMS

About Us

The Loveworld Medical Missions and Services; through the work of its 2 registered non-governmental organizations; the Trauma Care International Foundation, the Volunteer Medical Corps, and its chain of Loveworld Hospital Facilities; Loveworld Medical Centers and the Loveworld Community Clinics.

Both NGOs are member agencies of the Chris Oyakhilome Foundation International and we have impacted the lives of millions around the world through our various medical and humanitarian projects.

The Trauma Care International Foundation

The Trauma Care International Foundation (TCIF) is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council ( UNECOSOC) focused on improving trauma care and emergency response services in her member nations through safety and health education training sessions, advocacy campaigns and community based programs including voluntary blood donation drives.

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The Volunteer Medical Corps

The Volunteer Medical Corps (VMC) is a global Christian network of medics, paramedics, health care professionals, humanitarian volunteers, and students who are committed to providing medical care, relief assistance, and sustainable health care solutions in regions of crisis and to communities in dire need.

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The Loveworld Medical Facilities

The Loveworld Medical Facilities comprises of a network of medical facilities being built to provide round-the-clock, unbiased, and specialized medical services to those in need of medical attention and to critically ill patients. These medical facilities include:

  • The Loveworld Medical Centre Oregun
  • The Loveworld Trauma Centre Aseese
  • Loveworld Community Clinics Ikeja and Yola

We are currently executing the phase 2 of Project Lifesaver which is focused on the construction, equipping, and commissioning of the Loveworld Medical Centre Oregun.

About the TCIF First Responder Network Project

The TCIF FIRST RESPONDER NETWORK INITIATIVE is designed to provide the quickest emergency medical first response to victims of trauma within 10 minutes of injury in every locality across Nigeria, before the arrival of the emergency medical services.

This way we could help keep more trauma victims alive and prevent unnecessary deaths.

The project is comprised of an expanding pool of trained volunteer first responders, emergency medical vehicles and equipment, the TCIF Command and Control Centre and the uniquely designed TCIF Emergency Response App (TCERA) through which our first responders will be activated in the event of emergencies.