The Nigerian Medical Association Edo State branch felicitates with the ESAMA of Benin Kingdom, Sir Chief (Dr) Gabriel Osawaru Igbenidion on his …

The State Officers’ Committee of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Edo State branch, led by our dynamic Chairman Dr. Imoisili Udoka, paid …

UBTH CMD’s Cup Award

Presentation of Gold trophy and medals, cash prize, and other awards, following the recently concluded UBTH CMD’s Cup, to the CMD (Team’s …

NMA Edo Chapter

What We Do

  • To ensure that Medical and Dental practitioners in Edo State uphold the Physicians’ Oath (i.e the Declaration of Geneva which is the modern Hippocratic Oath).
  • To promote the advancement of health and allied Sciences.
  • To assist the Government and people of Edo State in the provision of smooth, efficient and effective health care delivery system in the State.
  • To promote the welfare and interaction of all Medical and Dental practitioners in Edo State.
  • To co-operate with local, national and international organizations that have similar aims and objectives.
  • To consider and express views on all proposed legislation or policy in Edo State, especially affecting the health care delivery system, or medical and dental education in Edo State.


The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) is the professional association and registered for Nigerian doctors and dentists.[1][2] The NMA has more than 35,000 members from 36 state branches and the branch from the federal capital territory, including those registered in the diaspora.[3] NMA’s membership spans all six major specialties of Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Public Health and Laboratory Medicine/Pathology. The NMA was established in 1951 and is located in Abuja with over 30 branch offices throughout Nigeria of which Edo NMA is a branch.


A publication of the Nigerian Medical Association Edo state Chapter Publicity Committee, Summarizing various achievements of Doctors and Hospitals around the state


See all doctors activities going on in Edo state as captured by the EDO NMA