All health care is local, and through strategic partnerships, programs and initiatives we are sure of better connection of individuals to much needed quality health care around the globe.
Many factors impact health, including where an individual lives, adequate housing and convenient transportation services. Our partnerships and mission go beyond health and access to care.
We aim at building healthier communities by working to create a modern health workforce that can meet distinct cultural needs, analyse complex data and provide the right type of care in the right setting.
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championship” …Michael Jordan. With commitment and collaboration, our health care system can improve significantly. We partner with organizations committed to innovative health care delivery that improves access and outcomes. AlphaCares Health Foundation provides contributions and support to organizations locally and nationally whose work aims to improve the health and lives of those we both serve.
We develop the spirit of volunteerism that empowers our people to give their time and talents to help build healthier communities, in our immediate localities and across the nation.
Immunization is a means of saving lives from deadly communicable and contagious diseases that are preventable. No child should be restricted from immunization. This means vaccines should be easily accessible, free and affordable to all, regardless of social class or geographical location. The cycle of the diseases must be broken and fully eradicated in order to improve quality of life. Remember, 2020 World Immunization Week theme; #VaccinesWork for ALL.Read More
The vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) are infectious diseases for which effective preventable vaccines exist. Any death from vaccine-preventable disease is considered as vaccine-preventable death. Major VPDs include: Tuberculosis – Bacille Calmette Guerin (BCG) vaccine, Diphtheria, Hepatitis B, Measles, Pertussis, Polio, Tetanus and Yellow Fever. World Health Organization estimates indicate that close to a million childrenRead More
“Get the ambu bag! Continue the CPR! Don’t stop! Please do something!”screamed Ogechi, whilst panting heavily, her face and clothes drenched in her own sweat. She had climbed the stairs several times in few minutes to get resuscitation items for her dying mum, she needed ventilation herself but she wasn’t bothered. She only focused onRead More