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Online Voting has Commenced for Nominees of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2021

… Reddington, Lagoon Hospital, AXA Mansard, Total health Trust, GE, JNCI, Sterling Bank, UBA, SynLab. Clina Lancet and over 100 others nominated

Online voting has commenced for the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2021 (NHEA) for nominees who were able to scale the first round of assessments by the NHEA Jury.

Reddington, Lily Hospital, Avon HMO, Sterling Bank, UBA, GE, SynLab and over 100 other organizations and individuals have been nominated.

Speaking on the nomination and voting, Moses Braimah, NHEA Director of Communication, Marketing & Strategy says, “Nomination closed on May 31st, 2021 with so many surprises and excitements. We are now at the final stage where shortlisted nominees will be voted for by the public and our team of inspectors will begin verification of claims made by nominators for nominees.”

Healthcare Federation to Collaborate with the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) has announced the postponement of NHEA 2020 due to the continuous challenges of the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the globe. Dr. Wale Alabi, NHEA Project Director, made the announcement in a mail written to the Award stakeholders recently.

“As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread and sustains its onslaught globally with no sign of abatement, it has become imperative that we formally inform you of the indefinite postponement of NHEA 2020 scheduled to hold on June 26, 2020 by 5pm at The Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.” wrote Alabi.

The Award has been postponed to a date that will be determined and communicated later by the LOC as they continue to monitor the situation.

Nominations Open for Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards 2021

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) has announced the postponement of NHEA 2020 due to the continuous challenges of the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the globe. Dr. Wale Alabi, NHEA Project Director, made the announcement in a mail written to the Award stakeholders recently.

“As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread and sustains its onslaught globally with no sign of abatement, it has become imperative that we formally inform you of the indefinite postponement of NHEA 2020 scheduled to hold on June 26, 2020 by 5pm at The Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.” wrote Alabi.

The Award has been postponed to a date that will be determined and communicated later by the LOC as they continue to monitor the situation.

COVID-19: Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards 2020 Postponed

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) has announced the postponement of NHEA 2020 due to the continuous challenges of the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the globe. Dr. Wale Alabi, NHEA Project Director, made the announcement in a mail written to the Award stakeholders recently.

“As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread and sustains its onslaught globally with no sign of abatement, it has become imperative that we formally inform you of the indefinite postponement of NHEA 2020 scheduled to hold on June 26, 2020 by 5pm at The Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.” wrote Alabi.

The Award has been postponed to a date that will be determined and communicated later by the LOC as they continue to monitor the situation.

Akinkugbe Canvasses For 0.2% Pre-Tax Profit For Health Fund

Emeritus Professor Oladipo Akinkugbe has called on the federal government to set up a Nigeria Health Fund which the private sector will be compelled to pay 0.2% of their pre-tax profit into. He made the call after he was given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 6th Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA 2019) in Lagos. The award was presented by the Deputy Governor of Ogun State, Engr. (Mrs.) Noimot Salako-Oyedele.
According to a statement weekend signed by Moses Braimah, Director, Marketing, Communication, & Strategy
Dr. Stella Okoli, Group Managing Director of Emzor Pharmaceutical and Professor Eyitayo Lambo, former Minister of Health were also given the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Akinkugbe who went nostalgic, gave an account of how similar fund(s) was set up in the past, both in local and foreign currencies, but was frittered away by a past military regime.

It’s difficult to take pride in Nigeria’s healthcare – Akinkungbe

Emeritus Professor of Medicine, Prof. Oladapo Akinkugbe has decree lack of quality healthcare delivery in Nigeria says that there are still a lot of room for improvement. Akinkugbe who spoke at the 2019 Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award, NHEA, organised by the Global Health Projects and Resources, in partnership with the Anadach Group where he received Lifetime Achievement Award along with the Founder and Group Managing Director of Emzor Pharmaceutical Industries Limited, Dr Stella Okoli and Former Minister of Health, Professor Eyitayo Lambo, regretted that instead of the country to improve on some of the progress recorded in the past the reverse was the case.
He urged the federal, state and local government to declare state of emergency in health and education sector, “as far as healthcare is a concern, one cannot say he is very proud with the quality of healthcare in this country. I could remember my early days at University College

NIGERIA HEALTHCARE EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2019 AWARDEES

Emeritus Professor Oladipo Olujimi Akinkugbe, Dr. Stella Chinyelu Okoli and Prof. Eyitayo Lambo were the three eminent persons who cart home the Lifetime Achievement prize of the sixth edition of Nigeria Health Care Excellence Award (NHEA).

The award which held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos weekend, also bestowed the special recognition award on Dr. Mohammed Pate for providing leadership in the reduction of polio in Nigeria, while Dr. Aranmolate Ayobami received his for the revolution of cosmetic surgery in Nigeria.

The event which had several doctors, hospital administrators, pharmacists, owners of health management organisations (HMOs), captains of industry and stakeholders in the health sector in attendance also awarded ‘Outstanding CSR Health Project of the Year’ to Healing Stripes Hospital for providing free dialysis for the less-privileged.

Expert urges governments to invest, support private public partnership in healthcare

Emeritus Professor Oladipo Olujimi Akinkugbe, Dr. Stella Chinyelu Okoli and Prof. Eyitayo Lambo were the three eminent persons who cart home the Lifetime Achievement prize of the sixth edition of Nigeria Health Care Excellence Award (NHEA).

The award which held at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos weekend, also bestowed the special recognition award on Dr. Mohammed Pate for providing leadership in the reduction of polio in Nigeria, while Dr. Aranmolate Ayobami received his for the revolution of cosmetic surgery in Nigeria.

The event which had several doctors, hospital administrators, pharmacists, owners of health management organisations (HMOs), captains of industry and stakeholders in the health sector in attendance also awarded ‘Outstanding CSR Health Project of the Year’ to Healing Stripes Hospital for providing free dialysis for the less-privileged.