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11 Jul
Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has begun training anaesthetic technicians to tackle manpower deficits in public and private hospitals.
14 Jun
The present ruling class in Nigeria has forfeited its right to rule as a result of its failure to produce the basic necessities of life for the Nigerian masses
16 May
As part of efforts toward providing adequate quality water supply to its citizens, the Lagos State Government has commenced baseline data collation and status verification
22 Feb
The Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority (NNRA) has said that about 50 per cent of the X-ray machines in government-owned hospital are not functional.
31 Jan
Reports that health care providers plan to jettison all contracts with private health insurance companies across the country from January 31, owing to poor tariffs and huge backlog of debts
1 Jan
To further cover remote areas, diaspora, schools, hospitals and others, the Federal Government (FG) has shifted the NIN-SIM verification deadline from yesterday (December 31, 2021) to March 31, 2022.
9 Aug 2021
All federal health institutions have been granted permission to establish manufacturing/compounding units in their pharmacies with a view to boosting medicine security in the country.
2 Nov 2020
The European Union and the International Center for Energy, Environment, and Development (ICEED) have completed the installation of solar power systems in 12 hospitals in Borno state, North East of Nigeria.   The project, funded by the EU, was executed in partnership with Mercy Corps and the Borno Government as part of programmes to provide clean renewable…
21 Sep 2020
The precarious situation in our health institutions continues to be a source of worry to all. Before now, stakeholders in the health sector have cried out over the deplorable conditions
10 Sep 2020
Whether by design or natural occurrence, whatever may be the merit or lack thereof in our responses as countries or even individuals, there is little doubt that the coronavirus has forced a collective pause in our lives. And in the process, like a dry stream bed, it has laid bare in stark and very painful…
16 Aug 2020
It has been tales of woe for many families seeking to access routine healthcare services in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), since the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
13 Aug 2020
In support of the country’s national response to Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Novo Nordisk Nigeria donated medical supplies

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