Nigerian Medical Association
Gunmen abduct medical doctor in Kogi, NMA cries out
The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Kogi chapter, has appealed to security agencies and the state government to rescue Dr Azubuike Iheanacho, it’s member abducted on Nov. 21 in Anyigba.
NMA flays attack on members, health facilities, canvasses more security
Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has condemned the attack by hoodlums of health facilities and assault on its members during the protests.
FG denies placing order for Russian vaccine
The Federal Government (FG), yesterday, said Nigeria had not placed order for any vaccines from Russia. It made the clarification following reports that about 20 countries
FG tasks Cross River on face-off with NMA
As the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) suspends its proposed strike in Cross River State after two days, the Federal Government has rolled out a six-point agenda for the state.
Don’t use private hospitals for treatment of COVID-19 patients - NMA
The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has warned Lagos State Government against accrediting private hospitals for the management of COVID-19 in the state.
WHO, medical practitioners, others canvass more support for nurses, midwives
The World Health Organisation (WHO), the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) and other stakeholders on the World Health Day (WHD) April 7, have advocated more support for nurses and midwives, especially those fighting to contain COVID-19.
How to avert socio-economic impact of Coronavirus, Lassa fever, by NMA
The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has allayed fears over the perceived high fatality rate of Coronavirus (COVID-19), even as it recommends the best way of averting the socio-economic impact
That Buhari may finish ‘healthy’
About six decades after independence, what is Nigeria’s health care story? The nation’s health-care system is an embarrassment of monumental proportions and the sector...
NMA and unbridled doctors’ exodus
It should be worrisome that an old story of how so many developed and developing economies have been gaining brains from our brain drain in the health sector is still a recent discussion point by the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA). This is a sad commentary on our development.