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Online Voting Commences for Nominees of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2024

The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2024 (NHEA) has officially commenced online voting for nominees who successfully scaled through the first round of assessments by the esteemed NHEA Jury.

Esteemed organisations and individuals, including FMC Ebute Metta, Duchess, Cedarcrest, LifeWORTH, Total Health Trust, GE, JNCI, First Bank, Stanbic IBTC, Echolab, Sterling Bank, Channels TV, and over 100 others, have been nominated for their outstanding contributions to the healthcare sector.

Dr. Shola Alabi, NHEA Project Coordinator commented on the nomination and voting process: “Nomination closed on May 23rd, 2024, with many surprises and excitements. We are now at the final stage where voting has commenced by the general public. Some categories of shortlisted nominees are being visited by our team of inspectors to verify claims made by nominators for nominees.”

Vivian Alikali, NHEA Executive Secretary, provided insights into the voting process: “The voting process requires potential voters to visit the NHEA voting portal https://nigeriahealthcareawards.com.ng/online-voting/ to register in order to create an account, which is then authenticated via the email provided by the registrant. After successful registration, the voter can then begin voting after login.”

Voting will end at midnight on June 19, 2024. Winners will be announced at a grand ballroom ceremony on Friday, June 21, 2024 at Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The NHEA Jury shortlisted nominees from over 40,000 nominations received.Some of the nominees include Bank Of Industry, Guardian, Vanguard, Channels TV, Mainland FM, Nigeria Health Watch, Nigeria Info 99.3, UNTH Enugu, UUTH Uyo, UMTH Maiduguri, National Hospital Abuja, Afriglobal, Clinix, Clina-Lancet, Pyramid Diagnostics Port Harcourt, Synlab, VCare Diagnostics, Leadway Health, HealthTracka, MDaaS Global, Mobi Health, Parkers Mobile Clinic, Isalu Hospitals, Lakeshore Cancer Center, South Shore Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Mother & Child Hospital Ojodu, Lily Hospitals Warri, Nisa Premier Hospital Abuja, Nordica Fertility Centre, The Bridge Clinic, Capitol Hill Hospitals Warri, Dee Medical Centre Jos, Medicom Renal and Dialysis Centre, Guscare Specialist Centre, Eye Foundation, Ihouse Optical, Tulsi Chanrai Foundation, Vetta Eye Clinic, Cathem Eye Hospital, Beaconhill Smile Clinic, Choice Dental, Divine Dental Home, Smile360 Dental, Crown Healthcare, DCL Laboratory, ISN Products Nig, Sudabelt Medical, Worldwide Healthcare, Alpha Specialties, GE Healthcare, Healthshare Nigeria, JNC, and many more.

The NHEA aims to recognize and celebrate the achievements of personalities and organizations who have contributed immensely to the growth and development of the Nigerian health sector in the last year. It also highlights the rapid growth of Nigeria’s healthcare sector, the role of technology, and the capacity of organizations and individuals to set new performance standards in Nigeria and beyond.

NHEA, often referred to as the Oscar of Nigerian healthcare, is supported by PharmAccess Foundation and organized by Global Health Project and Resources (GHPR) in collaboration with Anadach Group, USA.

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