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Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) visits Federal Medical Centre Abuja

Owing to the global recognition Federal Medical Centre Abuja has recorded overtime as a result of her excellent healthcare services and good leadership, one of her supporting partners visited the Centre today 22nd of January 2024. The visitors comprising three bodies namely Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), Country Coordinating Mechanism of Nigeria and Federal Ministry of Health registered their presence in hospital to assess global fund initiative projects which the facility is a beneficiary.

The Medical Director Prof. Saad Ahmed was ably represented by the Head of Clinical Services Dr. Joseph Eziechila in company of the Top Management Committee members and other staff.
Briefly in his words of welcome, Dr Eziechila received the visitors with great delight with accompanied appreciation tone for the massive support availed the hospital by (CHAI. He assured the team that the Management of FMC Abuja led by the Medical Director Prof Saad Ahmed will adequately explore all supports received for the benefits of the patients.

The leader of the team in person of Maria Kirova in her response thanked the Management for the excellent healthcare services the hospital is known for, according to her, it is really amazing seeing great things FMC Abuja is doing, and if we need to go far, the need for team work can never be overemphasized. She assured the hospital of their continuous readiness to work with FMC Abuja and also sustain it for the future.

Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) is currently supporting the hospital in the area of increasing and easy access to oxygen through piping of the Clinical wards.

The meeting was concluded with a tour round the facility.

Obadiah N.K Gana
Public Relations Officer

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