Benin Hospitals and Medical Centre

Edi International Hospital is a private hospital that offers quality healthcare services and specializes in areas of pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, physiotherapy, orthopedics and ophthalmology.
Benin Medical Care (BMC) is a new ultramodern Hospital/Diagnostic Facility in Benin poised to provide optimal health care as a Center of Medical Excellence in line with global best practices. Despite the harsh realities of our country, we believe that with the will and the skill, this vision is achievable and sustainable. IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING.  

Health Minister Unfazed at Mass Exodus of Nigerian Doctors

In spite of an appalling doctor-patient ratio, Nigeria’s labour minister said he is not worried about how medical doctors are leaving the country in droves. Chris Ngige, himself a medical doctor, compared the brain drain to the exportation of surplus products.

Minister Ngige: Medical Doctors can leave, Nigeria has enough

A day after inviting the anger of stakeholders who decried brain drain in the health sector, Labor and Employment Minister, Dr. Chris Ngige, has double-down on his provocative comments that doctors who want to relocate to other countries in search of greener pastures are free to do so, claiming that Nigeria has 350,000 medical doctors, far more than the 260,000 which, according to him, the World Health Organization (WHO) prescribes to cater for the population. The minister also said there was nothing wrong with doctors leaving the country as the remittances they send home will grow the economy. But stakeholders dismissed Ngigie’s claim that Nigeria has surplus doctors and can afford to export them for economic gains, describing them as confounding and petulant, accusing the minister of ignorance.

Grandfather of corruption Obasanjo needs doctor, says Presidency

The Nigerian government Sunday said the verbal attacks on President Muhammadu Buhari and his ruling All Progressives Congress by the country’s former leader Olusegun Obasanjo was a sign of “corruption establishment” fighting back. A government spokesman said the “puerile attacks” were because the former leader could not control President Buhari. “It is a notorious fact that in dealing with any leader that he failed to control, he resorted to these puerile attacks,” presidential spokesman Garba Shehu said in a statement.