US Embassy Describes Poor Medical Services In Nigeria

See how the US Embassy website described medical services in Nigeria.

“Ambulance services are not present throughout the country or are unreliable in most areas.

“Adequate health facilities are available in major cities, but health care in rural areas may be below U.S. standards; Public medical clinics lack basic resources and supplies; Private hospitals usually require advance payment or proof of adequate insurance before admitting a patient; Generally, in public hospitals, only minimal staff are available overnight (in non-emergency wards).”

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Hospitals: ICU established in Redemption Camp, Mowe

The General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E.A Adeboye has just commissioned an Intensive Care Unit at the RCCG Health Center, Redemption Camp, Mowe, Ogun State.

We hope the ICU unit is well equipped so that it can save lives. We also hope it will be affordable for the masses or costs can be waived for those who cannot afford to pay for treatment due to the current economic hardship in Nigeria.

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