ANPA represents the professional and social interests of the 4,000 plus physicians, dentists and allied health professionals of Nigerian birth, ethnicity or empathy in North America.
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THE ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN PHYSICIANS IN THE AMERICAS (ANPA), was incorporated in 1995 for educational, scientific and charitable purposes as a tax-exempt non-profit organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
ANPA represents the professional interests of 4,000 plus physicians, dentists and allied health professionals of Nigerian birth, ethnicity or empathy in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean providing a platform for medical and scientific dialogue, on issues of health within North America, the Caribbean, and Africa, pertinent to persons of descent from the Nigerian Diaspora.
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Swedish Health Services has named Dr. Nwando Anyaoku as its first chief health equity officer. Anyaoku will oversee programs that promote culturally competent care, measure equity in care delivery and outcomes, and improve access for patients from all backgrounds. “Longstanding systemic health and social inequities put many people from racial and ethnic minority groups at increased risk,” […]Read More
My dear colleagues and members of the Association of Nigerian Physicians in the Americas, it is my honor and privilege to welcome you to our first-ever virtual general assembly. I am humbled by the opportunity to serve as your president and I thank you for the confidence you have reposed in me. I assure you […]Read More
https://www.mychamplainvalley.com/news/local-news/white-coats-for-black-lives-burlington-healthcare-workers-take-a-knee-in-solidarity/ BURLINGTON, Vt. – On Friday afternoon, healthcare professionals in Burlington joined colleagues from across the nation in silent reflection on the death of George Floyd. Over 100 nurses, doctors, professors, medical workers and security guards took part, kneeling on the concrete walkway between Dana Medical Library and Converse Hall at the Larner College of […]Read More