The Association of Nigerian Physicians in the Americas

ANPA Achievements

2021

Donated over $12,000 for COVID-19 testing during our ANPA Week Me to Everyone

2020

Donated over $55,000 for Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs) to distribute to healthcare workers in Nigeria during the COVID-19 pandemic

Increase dissemination of knowledge by offering Continuing Medical Education during our annual Scientific Conferences with CME awards.

ANPA is a major promoter of interdisciplinary health care collaboration in the Nigerian healthcare arena as well as their professional mediation with healthcare professionals promoting process improvement for quality care of the patient.

We support women and child programs in Nigeria through Charitable givings from ANPA Women Hat and Tea Forum, some of which are:

2018

Jesu Marie Empowerment Foundation Delta State. Nigeria AND Nwachi Orphanage, Lugbe, FCT, Abuja. Nigeria

2017

Mirabel Rape and Crisis Center, Lagos, Lagos State. Nigeria

2016

Child Nutrition and Safe water project – Red Cross Orphanage and Motherless Babies Home, Enugu, Enugu State. Nigeria

ANPA participates in the improvement of University Education in Nigeria via Nigerian Medical Alumni Support, education and participation in Research projects.

ANPA is a designated CPD provider in Nigeria to help the training and development of the Nigerian Healthcare provider. Continually collaborates with The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA).

ANPA Robust Medical/Surgical Missions now captured in ANPA Week:

2021

Provided telemedicine care (Calabar)

2019

Government Secondary School & Tungwa Kwasaou - TX Primary & Secondary School & National Hospital (Abuja)

2018

Enugu General Hosp and Regina Caeli Hospital, Awka. Anambra State in collaboration with Dan Nwankwo foundation.

2017

Mirabel Rape and Crisis Center, Lagos, Lagos State. Nigeria

2016

Faith Alive, Jos, Plateau State. Nigeria

2014

Donated personal protection equipment worth over $80,000 to Nigeria to aid in EVD prevention efforts.

2013

Negotiated a licensing waiver for Nigerian physicians who trained in Nigeria and abroad to obtain their licenses and promote their ability to take their expertise back to the country and practice.

2012

Reviewed and revised Nigeria’s medical school curriculum to ensure education is comparable to that in other parts of the world.

2010

Raised over $35,000 for Haitian support after the 2010 Haiti earthquake.