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Sterling Bank strikes a 3 years deal with NHEA.




The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award organizers and Sterling Bank Plc have entered into a partnership agreement. As part of this agreement, Sterling Bank Plc will become NHEA Special Recognition Awards title sponsor over the next three years.

Mr Obinna Ukachukwu, Divisional Head for Business Growth and Transaction Banking at Sterling Bank, stated that the bank acknowledges and appreciates the critical role that the Nigerian Health Excellence Award (NHEA) has played in the health sector in Nigeria in terms of fostering positive outcomes and recognizing achievements for eight years now.

In its role as a key player in Nigeria’s health sector financing, Sterling Bank decided to join the initiative to more actively support efforts being made by the industry as a whole toward excellence and expansion.

Vivian Akali, who serves as the Executive Secretary of the NHEA, gave appreciation on behalf of the organizers of the award ceremony. She said, “The NHEA 2021 was successful. The number of stakeholders attending and the number of people actively participating in the event is continuing to rise. We have every confidence that NHEA 2022 and any subsequent editions, with the support and partnership of Sterling Bank, will be an even more enormous success.

On the 24th of June in 2022, the awards ceremony will take place at the Eko Hotel & Suites in Victoria Island Lagos.

The National Healthcare Excellence Award is a project that was developed by Global Health Projects & Resources in conjunction with the Anadach Groups.

The presentation of awards is held annually. It recognizes organizations and individuals that have made significant contributions to the health and well-being of Nigerians in Nigeria and other parts of the world by providing innovative, efficient, high-quality health care delivery services.



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