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THE ABIA DIALYSIS CENTRE: OUTSTANDI ...

July 23, 2013

Before the inception of the administration of Governor Theodore Orji, Abia State health sector suffered untold neglect. Access to primary, secondary, and tertiary health care was difficult. All the State-owned health care centres were not only understaffed, but staff morale was at it lowest ebb. Cost of drugs and other Read More →

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Abia in a march of unimaginable Hea ...

July 21, 2013

Abia in a march of unimaginable Health Reformation It has been said for the umpteen times that vision gives insight to mission. Seven years ago, a middle aged man of Amokwe Ugba descent of Ibeku Ancient Kingdom, then Chief of Staff of the government of the day, offered himself for Read More →

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Gov. Theodore Orji (center) commiss ...

June 6, 2013

Gov. Theodore Orji (center) commissioning the new chest clinic at Amachara-Umuahia. With him from left are; Rt. Hon. Udo Oko-Chukwu, Speaker, Abia House of Assembly, Mr Emeh Onyekaba, Perm. Sec. Ministry of Health, Mr. Joe Jakpa, PH Area Manager, Chevron Ltd

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The Medical and Dental Council of N ...

March 28, 2013

The Medical and Dental council of Nigeria has approved Abia state specialist Hospital and Diagnostic centre for medical internship training. In a statement by the chief press secretary to the governor, Ugochukwu Emezue the state chief executive, Chief TA Orji commended the council for the approval. The governor stated that this development Read More →

Chief (Mrs) Odochi Orij in a peaceful demostration with Umuahia Women in Abia State

Abians help fight Cancer

February 14, 2013

Cancer known medically as a “malignant neoplasm” is a broad group of various diseases involving unregulated cell growth which mostly causes death if not detected and treated early. The rate at which people die because of this deadly disease is perhaps the reason why every February 4th is observed globally Read More →