Healthcare is expensive and inaccessible to the average Nigerian living in the nation’s middle-belt and northern states. Many people end up indebted to extended family (which can have serious repercussions for them and their children) or they forgo necessary medical treatment, prescribe themselves or visit local herbal doctors. As a result, many Nigerians in these regions die from preventable or manageable diseases such as malaria, typhoid, hepatitis, HIV and ante/postnatal issues.
Situated on the outskirts of Jos city, CFM Medical Centre exists to offer basic healthcare at an affordable rate to the poor. The centre's long term aims include health awareness education campaigns and vaccination drives in the surrounding rural areas and through CFM's rural outposts in the north of Nigeria. We treat all as our neighbour regardless of religion, background or finances, using every opportunity to model Christ's example.