About Nigerian Medical Association

The Nigerian Medical Association is the largest medical association in the west African sub-region with over 40,000 members from 36 state branches and the branch from the Federal capital Territory.

Email: nationalnma@yahoo.com

Website: www.nationalnma.org

Office Address: Nigerian Medical Association National Secretariat 8 Benghazi Street, Off Addis Ababa Crescent, Wuse Zone 4, FCT, Abuja, Nigeria.

48 Doctors Abducted In Nigeria in the Last Two Years - NMA

On 16/Oct/2019

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has raised the alarm that no fewer than 48 medical doctors have been abducted across the country in the last two years. Its National President, Dr Francis Faduyile who said this i[...]

States Health Insurance Scheme Not Sustainable, Says NMA

On 11/Oct/2019

The Nigeria Medical Association has warned that the insurance schemes set up by states to secure their shares of the N55bn Health Care Provision Fund are poorly established and lack the capacity to provide sustainable[...]

NMA Moves to Stop N55bn Health Fund Diversion

On 08/Oct/2019

The Nigerian Medical Association has  moved to help the  Federal Government’s partnership  to ensure  judicious spending of the N55bn Basic Health Care Provision Fund being disbursed to states[...]

Illicit, Substandard Drugs Kill 30 in Nasarawa - NMA

On 04/Oct/2019

The consumption of illicit and substandard drugs has claimed over 30 lives in Nasarawa State between January and September this year. This was revealed by the state Chairman of the Nigerian Medical Association, Dr Bulu[...]

Ondo NMA to Build Clinic

On 02/Oct/2019

The Nigerian Medical Association, Ondo State, has unveiled its plan to build a 59-bed health clinic in Akure, the state capital. The Chairman of the Association, Dr Wale Oke, in a statement, said the facility will help[...]

NMA and Unbridled Doctors’ Exodus

On 26/Sep/2019

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 A[...]

Doctors’ Exodus Now More Alarming, Says NMA

On 17/Sep/2019

Hindered by poor conditions of Nigeria’s health care, bad remuneration and deteriorating hospital facilities,   many medical doctors are abandoning the country for greener pastures abroad. The NAN inves[...]

NMA Tasks FG, States, LGs on Primary Healthcare

On 02/Sep/2019

The Nigerian Medical Association has urged the federal and state governments as well as local governments to focus on primary healthcare to tackle health challenges in the country. NMA President Dr Francis Faduyile, sa[...]

NMA Urges Edo Govt to Tackle Drug Abuse

On 28/Aug/2019

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has called on the Edo Government to organise enlightenment programme to tackle drug abuse in the state. The state Chairman of the association, Dr Valentine Omoifo, made the appeal[...]

NMA to Address Gap in Health Sector

On 28/Aug/2019

The Nigeria Medical Association is set to hold a National Health Summit between November 4 and 8, 2019 to address some of the challenges in the health sector. The President of the association, Dr Francis Faduyile, said[...]

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