Medical Students organizes medical outreach in Bauchi

By Mohammed Kabir


About 1000 vulnerable persons have benefited from a medical caravan conducted by Bauchi state Medical students Association BAMSA in Dass Local Government of Bauchi state.

The chairman of the Association, Comrade Uzaifah Sale made this known in an interview marking the activities of BAMSA week.

Uzaifah Sale said the students are working hard to get the professional health skills of modern Healthcare systems and will come back to upgrade the state Healthcare sector.

He said during the week long activities, medical students from Bauchi state converged in the state to promote social interaction and cohesion among them.

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He explained that the association has launched various initiatives geared towards addressing manpower gap in healthcare institutions.

Some of the students interviewed reassure the state of their determination towards addressing the man power shortage in the state Healthcare sector.

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