HealthPlus wins 4th NHEA award

L-R: Clare Omatseye, Founder & Managing Director JNC International Ltd; HealthPlus officials: Mrs Bukky George, Founder & CEO; Deji Faniyan, Head of Operations; Onomen Ayodele-Olugbogi, Regional Manager; and Tomi Majekodunmi, Ag Pharmacy Services Manager at the award ceremony.

HealthPlus Limited, Nigeria’s first integrative pharmacy and fastest growing pharmacy chain in West Africa, has again emerged winner of the Healthcare Excellence Awards (NHEA) for the pharmaceutical retail outlet of the year, the fourth consecutive time since 2014.

The company was, once again, adjudged the best in the category based on its excellent performance in all NHEA parameters such as Leadership, Customer Focus, Strategic Planning, Measurement, Analysis, and Knowledge Management, Workforce Focus and Operations Focus.

In a short statement, the company attributed its success and latest acknowledgment of its excellent pharmacy practice to the hard work, commitment and “the extra mile” by its pharmacists and staff in meeting the healthcare needs of the public every day.

NHEA is an annual event which celebrates distinguished personalities and organisations who have contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian health sector.

HealthPlus has distinguished itself since inception in 1999 as a pharmacy of choice through the provision of high quality healthcare products such as medicines, nutritional supplements, natural and homeopathic remedies, home medical equipment, mobility aids and value adding pharmaceutical services rendered by its certified and well informed healthcare professionals in a friendly and hygienic environment.

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