The Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria of the University College Hospital, Ibadan, on Monday described as worrisome the rate their colleagues left the country.
The Chairman of MDCAN, Dr Dare Olulana, spoke after its yearly ward round charity where 10 patients between ages two and 45 years were given N400, 000 to settle their medical bills.
Olulana, while responding to questions from journalists, said his association was also affected by the exodus.
He said, “It is very disheartening because when some of us were in training, it was not really a problem, patients didn’t pay out of pocket. They were taken care of and they could run into thousands. Read more