Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Port Harcourt branch, has warned against self–medication, especially for those that have issues with ear, nose and throat (ENT), saying it destroys the body systems and, sometimes, leads to death.
Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Port Harcourt branch, has warned against self-medication, especially for those that have issues with ear, nose and throat (ENT), saying it destroys the body's systems
The Chairman of the House Committee on Health Institutions, Dr. Pascal Chigozie Obi, has expressed concern over the worrisome continuous migration of Nigerian doctors to foreign countries, noting that legislation is underway to address this unpleasant development.
In solidarity with their colleagues owed salary arrears by the Abia State Government, all practicing medical doctors in both public and private practice in the state, yesterday, commenced strike action.
Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has expressed delight over the emergence of a medical doctor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) vice presidential candidate in the 2023 elections, saying he would address burning issues in the health sector, if his party
DR. Uche Rowland Ojinmah has been elected the new president of Nigerian Medical Association (NMA). Ojinmah was elected Saturday night at the association’s 62nd Annual General Conference and Delegates meeting held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The outgoing President of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Prof. Innocent Ujah, has disclosed that the new increased hazard allowance for its members would become operational by end of this month.
Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has threatened to mobilise against aspirants in the 2023 elections who have no clarity of ideas on how to revitalise the nation’s collapsing health sector.
Prof. Innocent A. O. Ujah is the President, of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), a consultant obstetrician and gynaecological surgeon as well as the Vice-Chancellor
The 62nd Annual General Conference and Delegates Meeting of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) is scheduled to hold from May 15 to 21, 2022, at the EUI Centre, Plot 11, Sani Abacha Road, GRA Phase 3, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State with the theme...
The unending flock to foreign countries by wealthy Nigerians in search of medical care constitutes a national embarrassment of intense proportion, while the poor
The over $1 billion spent yearly by Nigerians on medicare abroad is impacting negatively on the nation’s health system, the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has stated.