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Nigeria healthcare award receives over 1,259 nominations

By Chioma Obinna

The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards (NHEA) has received over 1,259 nominations from different healthcare organizations, individuals, NGOs, and Foundations nationwide. Nominations for various award categories are still ongoing.


According to the organisers, the jury is expected to shortlist the nominees for the various award categories on June 17th, 2016, while its online and offline nomination is still ongoing. Winners will be announced at a grand ballroom ceremony on Friday, June 24th, 2016 at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Among the organisations and individuals nominated so far are: Vanguard Newspapers, Swiss Biostadt, JNCI, Pathcare, Clinix, MeCure, St Nicholas, Lagoon, Healthplus, May and Baker, Greenlife, Hygeia, Redcare HMO, Smile 360 Dental, Renal Dialysis , Sproxil, Bridge Clinic, Nordica Fertility, Cathem Eye, Kidney Solutions, Eye Foundation, DCL Laboratory, Omni Vision, Grafil, Coscharis, Mogbonju, Business Day, Thisday, Channels TV, TVC, Fidelity, Diamond, UBA, GT Bank, Lily Hospital, Reddington, Zankli, Medicaid Radio, Crestview Radiology, , Total Health Trust, Avon HMO, Realms Healthcare, St Ives Hospital and fertility, Nisa Premier Hospital, Dangote Foundation, Zenith Medical & Kidney Centre , UBA Foundation, River State, Ondo State, Ibom Specialist , Ancilla Catholic Eye, Aqua Gem, Ideal Dental, Schubbs Dental, Nene Dental, MTN Foundation, Beacon Hill, Smile, Ageless Physiotherapy, Havana Specialist, Wellpath Physiotherapy, LASUTH, UCH, Interswitch Ltd, Medenhanz, Taint Medical Engineering Ltd, Pacific Diagnostic Ltd, Finlab Nig, Partec Healthcare, Maniventures, Darlez, Mopheth, Medplus Pharmacy, Fidson, Emzor, Mopson Pharmaceuticals, Swipha, Pfizer,etc.

NHEA, the Oscar of Nigerian Healthcare is organised by Global Health Project and Resources (GHPR) in collaboration with Anadach Group, USA. The award is aimed at recognising and celebrating the achievements of personalities and organisations who have contributed immensely to the growth and development of the Nigerian health sector.

The award focuses on the following; outstanding performances, the creation of new business models, recognising and embracing new trends in the health sector.

In addition, it will recognise the rapid growth of Nigeria’s healthcare sector, the role of technology and the capacity of organisations and individuals to influence and set new performance standards in Nigeria and beyond.




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