National Hospital Abuja was originally designed to cater to the needs of women and children in Nigeria and the West African sub-region with a view to reduce morbidity and mortality rates and to carry out extensive research into the peculiar causes of women and children-related diseases in Africa.
However, in order for the vast majority of Nigerians to benefit from the services and modern equipment in the Hospital, the scope of its operation was expanded to accommodate male patients. Initially christened ‘National Hospital For Women And Children’, the National Hospital, Abuja’ came into effect from 10 May 2000.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the Residency Training Post (Post-Graduate Training Post-Registrars) within the capacity below:
- Job Position: Resident Doctor – Microbiology
- Job Location: Abuja
- Department: Microbiology
Candidates must possess:
- MBBS Certificate;
- NYSC Discharge or Exemption Certificates;
- Certificate of Registration / Practicing Licence of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria;
- Pass in the primary Fellowship Examination of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria or its equivalent in the relevant specialty, within the past 4 years.
21st, May 2021.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their Applications with detailed CV to:
The Chief Medical Director,
Plot 132 Central District (Phase II),
P.M.B. 425, Garki,
Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.