To provide the highest quality patient-centered care with informatics by promoting a culture of caring,
empathy and safety, utilizing evidenced based practice while promoting professional
medical development and advancement through medical volunteering.
To be gold medaled among international leaders in
End Ogoniland need for water now. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) describes the region as suffering from “administrative neglect, crumbling social infrastructure and services, high unemployment, social deprivation, abject poverty, filth and squalor, and endemic conflict.” The majority of the people of the Niger Delta do not have adequate access to clean water or health-care owed to a tragic history of pollution from oil spills and oil well fires.
The Global Right to Sight. There is a high prevalence of blindness and severe visual impairment among those aged ≥ 40 years in Nigeria with estimated values of 4.25 million adults having moderate to severe visual impairment or blindness. Providing them a visual aid would not only improve their livelihood but enhance the state of their social and mental health. Join the fight to end Blindness now.
Legacy Healthcare Foundation, Marina Specialist Hospital, Odum Close, Off No 1 Chief Ogbuga Street by Eastern By-pass, Ogbunabali, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
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