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PharmAccess, EDC begin HMP phase three


The PharmAccess Group and Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) of the Pan Atlantic University have entered the third cohort of the Health Management Programme (HMP) initiative.

The capacity building programme is geared towards teaching healthcare professionals about the business end of the critical services.

The programme, designed by a faculty consisting of seasoned professionals from PharmAccess and EDC, runs for five months at the ultra-modern facilities of the EDC, Pan Atlantic University, Lagos.

Over the last two cohorts, a total of 67 participants have been trained in the business of healthcare. Of this number, about seven participants have become involved in public-private partnerships to renovate and operate defunct health facilities, with access to finance scheme designed by PharmAccess, in partnership with the governments of Lagos and Delta States.

The objective of PharmAccess is to strengthen the capacity of healthcare professionals to run their businesses on a profitable and sustainable basis and also help them prepare their business for structure growth by access innovative loans through its medical credit fund.

The current cohort of the HMP, which commenced in June 2019, is expected to run until October 2019.


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