The state of health and general well being of a nation’s population has oftentimes been identified as a critical success factor towards achieving economic viability. To ensure the prioritisation of citizens’ healthcare needs, quality healthcare has been identified as a fundamental human right. With this in mind, many countries have continually explored ways of providing qualitative, affordable and timely healthcare services to its populace. With a teeming population of over 160million people, Nigeria has continued to grapple with the challenge of creating an efficient healthcare delivery system.
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