Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) has intervened in over 2,000 cases of health challenges since inception and has signed Memorandum of Understanding with 11 public hospitals to provide financial assistance to the needy. Oyeyemi Gbenga-Mustapha writes on HEI’s recent interventions to help needy patients in Lagos.
The Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) has partnered government hospitals and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) to bridge the gap between accident victims and prompt access to first hand treatment across the country. The Initiative’s Board of Trustee Chairman, Dr. Ndi Onuekusi, said the project, “None Should Die”, is being carried out in collaboration with […]
To reduce death rate caused by lack of cheap health services, Health Emergency Initiative (HEI), said it would pull funds together to save the lives of poor Nigerians who cannot afford payment of low-cost services in the country.
Health Emergency Initiative (HEI) Board of Trustees (BoT) Chairman, Dr. Ndi Onuekwus, has disclosed that about 135 indigent patients have benefitted from the HEI initiative. The project tagged: “None should die,” is in collaboration with the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Lagos State Ambulance Service (LASAMBUS) and some selected public hospitals in Lagos, University College […]
There is no better way to describe the loss of one of us, than a loss to all of us! In October 2015, a garland group of volunteers came together to say an emphatic NO to avoidable loss of lives due to late medical intervention as a result of financial incapacity, in all nooks and crannies of […]
The Road Accidents Victim Campaign tagged, #ThatNoneShouldDie launched on last month. This campaign focuses on the vulnerable, critically injured accident victims. The aim is to ensure that they are stabilized. To do so, they are required to be brought in by FRSC to selected public hospitals in Lagos. Before now, many hospitals would not take […]
Accidents victims will now get free treatment in selected hospitals in Lagos within the first 24hours of the accident. This was revealed during the signing of MOU by the Health Emergency Initiative and the National Orthopeadic Hospital Igbobi, Lagos Dr O.O Odunnubi last week at the hospital premise.