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Specialists in the medical profession from within and outside the country will on Monday, August 8 gather at the Eko Hotel, Lagos and Suites to dissect issues affecting the healthcare system
Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, has advised Nigerians to embrace Information Communication Technology (ICT) in healthcare services in Nigeria to access better healthcare.
The USAID Youth-Powered Ecosystem to Advance Urban Adolescent Health (YPE4AH) and Lagos State Government have emphasised the need to improve the health and wellbeing of out-of-school adolescents in urban slums.
Yobe State government has enrolled 70,000 residents in the 2022 Expanded Free Healthcare Delivery (EFHD) scheme across the state. Of the number, 50,000 are vulnerable persons affected by the Boko Haram terrorism that claimed many lives and property.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has expressed the need for professors and academics to take keen interest, especially in issues of education and healthcare...
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says professors and academics must take a keen interest in issues of education and healthcare, exploring options for reform and innovation in those Human Capital Development sectors. Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, in a statement on Monday in Abuja, said the vice president had a virtual meeting with a team of professors…
Health experts have canvassed support and collaboration among industries in the state to improve health outcomes among Nigerians.
For Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the widely-reported Ogun State event which inadvertently added to his long list of praise names will go down as contretemps or an inopportune or ill-timed pass.
To strengthen healthcare delivery in the conflict areas of Borno State, Governor Babagana Zulum has inaugurated two oxygen plants with 23 solar-powered refrigerators.
The USAID Youth-Powered Ecosystem to Advance Urban Adolescent Health (YPE4AH) and Lagos State government have emphasised the need to improve the health and wellbeing of out-of-school adolescents in urban slums.
With the smallest landmass of only 3,345 square kilometers, the city keeps retaining its place as the most preferred destination for millions of Nigerians and foreigners, making it the most populated in the country
Innovative health tech startup, CarePay has continued to expand its reach across Nigeria, reaching a milestone of up to 300 healthcare