NMA decries doctor deficit

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The Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, has revealed that the country has a deficit of 315,426 medical doctors to cater to the needs of citizens.
NMA President, Innocent Ujah, disclosed that Nigeria’s ratio of one doctor to 5,000 patients falls short of the World Health Organization’s recommended ratio.
Ujah called for critical improvement of health sector.
The President urged relevant stakeholders in the health sector, to provide lasting solutions to the problem.

Written by: Helen Obih

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