Nigerian Federal Government To Revive 10,000 Primary Healthcare Centres

Nigerian Federal Government To Revive 10,000 Primary Healthcare Centres
The Nigerian Federal Government has announced plans to revive 10,000 primary healthcare centres in the country.
Dr Osagie Ehanire, who made the information available had said this when some members of Association of Nigeria Health Journalists, ANHEJ, led by its President, Hassan Zaggi visited the minister in his Abuja office on Friday.
According to the minister, the government was trying to create a balance in the provision of health facilities for all Nigerians, even those in the rural areas, villages, and difficult to access areas.
“That is the reason that we should not forget those people by creating at least one health centre in every political ward of the country; almost 10,000 primary health care to be revitalised.
“Many of them are already there because they are neglected, they are being revived and modernised and the standard expectation of a primary health care now is that it should have modern facilities and infrastructure.
“We also expect digital service so we can be able to take care of many of the diseases that occur. We do it in partnership with States and the Local Governments.
“The federal government has been teaming with the local government to create the network; our expectation is that 60 per cent of diseases in the country can be taken care by the Primary Health Cares,’’ he said.
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