Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards 2017

NHEA, the Oscar of Nigerian healthcare is an annual event where we recognize and celebrate outstanding personalities and organizations for their extraordinary contributions to healthcare in Nigeria. NHEA recognitions and celebration of Nigeria healthcare champions has engendered various stakeholders to become more conscious of their standards, services rendered and strive for excellence.

About NHEA

NHEA is an initiative of Global Health Project and Resources (GHPR) in collaboration with Anadach Group USA. GHPR is one of West Africa’s leading Healthcare Management and Consultancy Company, involved in the promotion of healthcare business in West Africa.  The company has amassed wealth of experience from managing various healthcare projects from trainings, exhibitions, awards and surveys to deployment of Information Technology solutions.

NHEA being one of the highest-profiled events in the Healthcare Industry was established in 2014 and has since gained wide acceptance from stakeholders in the healthcare community, public and private sectors. The award is an annual event where we celebrate distinguished personalities and organisations who have remarkably contributed to the growth of the Nigerian health sector.

After three (3) successful editions, we proudly present the 4th edition of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards 2017.  Since inception, NHEA has presented 63 awards and we have continually received tremendous commendations for the event which has hosted over 1,500 healthcare stakeholders as well as dignitaries from affiliate sectors within Nigeria and abroad.

Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards
Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards 2017

The award ceremony is held in keeping with the organizers commitment in recognizing Innovational Growth Strategies and Solutions adopted by the best companies in the Nigeria Healthcare Industry. The award categories span from different healthcare segments such as: Healthcare delivery services, Biomedical Technology, Special Awards, and Pharmaceuticals.  The eminent team of NHEA has created a paradigm in Nigerian healthcare through continuous Research, Innovation and Excellence

NHEA 2016 received 1,673 entries from over 80 organizations and individuals from the 36 states of Nigeria. NHEA 2017 has 4 (Four) Awards Categories with 27 (Twenty Seven) sub-categories and nominations for the different award categories are expected from over 5,000 stakeholders and members of the public.

How to Nominate- NHEA Normination

NHEA 2017 has 4 (Four) Awards Categories with 27 (Twenty Seven) sub-categories and nominations for the different award categories are expected from over 5,000 stakeholders and members of the public.

Kindly visit our website to nominate or fill the enclosed nomination form and return to the address stated above.

For further inquiries about the event or how to nominate, Please Send an email to or contact 08025352254 or 08091129429 or 08133464457.

The 2017 NHEA edition is thus scheduled;

Date: Friday 23rd June, 2017 

Time: 5pm

Venue: The Convention Centre, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos

For more enquiries on nomination and the upcoming award, please visit or contact 08025352254 or 08091129429 or 08133464457.

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