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We preach it as private doctors and it is indeed true that the greatest wealth of a nation is the health of the people. This is the slogan of the Association of Nigerian Private Medical Practitioners
edical doctors under the aegis of Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) have made recommendations on how to improve health sector performance in the country.
The Chief Medical Director of the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), Enugu State, Prof. Obinna Onodugo, has rated Nigeria’s medical doctors among the best in the world.
The President, Dr. Dare Ishaya, told The Guardian yesterday: “We are aware of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) meeting. We are in communication. Following the development
The University of Calabar (UNICAL) has cautioned 63 newly inducted doctors against unethical practices, while discharging their duties and charged them to always prioritise
Chairman, House Committee on Health Institutions, Dr. Paschal Chigozie Obi, has said that little could be done to discourage doctors and other health personnel from leaving the country
Respite appears in sight for Nigerians, as the striking Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) and the Federal Government, yesterday, returned to the negotiation table
Prof. Adewale Oke, Provost, College of Medicine, University of Lagos (CMUL), Idi-Araba, has charged the 200 newly-inducted medical
With a yearly subscription of just N1,200 by every citizen, a group, Wakamdo Health Industry Programme (WHIP), is guaranteeing all Nigerians every kind of medical treatment
Mrs. Ajibola Ponnle is the Lagos State Commissioner for Establishment, Training, and Pensions. Ponnle in this interview with CHUKWUMA MUANYA said resident doctors in Lagos State should not go on strike
FG committed to human capital development in health sector as MDCN inducts 879 foreign trained doctors
The Federal government has expressed its commitment to Human Capital Development (HCD) in the health sector to improve outcomes among other deliverables.
A Swedish healthcare reform more than a decade ago allowing patients to choose their own doctor has unexpectedly led to widespread discrimination against medics with foreign