This article contains the list of Federal Medical Centres In Nigeria and their contact details.
Medical facilities in Nigerian medical institutions are said not to be up to standard.
But Federal Medical Centres proves to be a relief to the citizens.
Federal Medical Centres, widely referred to as FMCs exists in over twenty states in the country.
And I will be taking you through the Centres in Nigeria and also their contact details.
Nigeria Health Sector
Like we have a 3-tier system of government, Different sections of the health sector are taken care of by the three tiers of government, the local government, state government and federal government.
Primary healthcare service is the function of the local government.
While the state government is responsible for overseeing the secondary healthcare system.
And as you would have guessed the Federal government stays in charge of the administration of the tertiary healthcare system.
And there are also private healthcare institutions.
About Nigeria Federal Medical Centres.
The Federal Medical Centres are established to carry out the responsibilities of the Federal government in the health sector.
Presently, Out of the 36 states in the nation, the Federal Medical Centres exist in 22 states and in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), bringing the total number to 23 all over the country.
The medical centres exist to cater for the healthcare of citizens in areas where the provision of the state government is relatively insufficient.
Federal Medical Centres are often confused for teaching hospitals by many.
Although they are the same in some cases but not always. The two differs in several ways of operation.
Federal Medical Centres always have greater capacities to cater for the various needs of the citizens at a go much more than other teaching hospitals that are not federal.
The cost of accessing Medical services at Federal Medical Centres is relatively low and affordable compared to other medical centres in the country.
Often, Federal Medical Centres charges the lowest prices for all healthcare operations.
Federal Medical Centres have the luxury of heavy and expensive Medical equipment and facilities as they are sponsored by the Federal government.
This gives them the capability to afford costlier equipment than medical institutions run by state or local governments
How Federal Medical Centres Differs From Teaching Hospitals.
In most cases, Teaching Hospitals differs from Federal Hospitals.
As aforementioned, there are 22 Federal Medical Centres in the country but Teaching Hospitals in Nigeria numbers up to over a hundred.
In short, Only Teaching Hospitals that are funded by Institutions (Universities) owned by the Federal government are Federal Medical Centres.
List of Federal Medical Centres and their contact details.
Kindly note that this list is given in alphabetical order.
1. FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE, Abakaliki.
This Centre is popularly known as Alex Ekwueme University Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki.
The institution excels in delivering health care as their motto “excellence in health care delivery” depicts.
Visit FMC Abakaliki at
No. 1, Chidume Street,
Behind State Prison Headquarters,
Email: [email protected]
2. Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta.
FMC Abeokuta was established to provide adequate care for the lives of people in Ogun state of Abeokuta.
It was established in April 1993.
Over the last two decades, the institution has had a great infrastructural transformation in the area of human resource development.
And today the hospital has over 50 specialists in various fields of Medicine.
The separation of Siamese twins is one of the feats the medical institution has achieved.
Visit FMC Abeokuta at
Olabisi Onabanjo Way,
CONTACT 0809 594 8007
3. Federal Medical Centre, Abuja.
This institution is also known as National Hospital, Abuja.
It was founded under the Family Support Programme initiative and was commissioned in May 1999 by Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar.
Visit FMC Abuja at
Ferderal Staff Hospital,
CONTACT 0802 063 3580
4. Federal medical centre, Asaba.
This centre was established in August 1998 when the Federal government took over its administration.
It initially came into existence in 1962 when it was founded by the then western region commission for health.
Visit FMC Asaba
By FMC Roundabout,
CONTACT 0817 177 7722, 0805 555 4759, 0701 113 3354, 0903 332 6334 • [email protected]
5. Federal Medical Centre, Azare.
Federal medical centre Azare operates as a fully functional institution with 300-bed spaces.
The hospital Kick-started from the structure of the former General Hospital Azare in October 2000.
Visit FMC Azare at
No. 5, Sule Katagum Road
CONTACT email: | [email protected], Information Officer (08036161249)
6. Federal medical centre, Bida.
Federal medical centre Bida was established under the military regime of late. Sanni Abacha in 1997.
Visit FMC Bida at
4, Efu Etsu Yisa Street,
CONTACT 0802 188 6088
7. Federal Medical Centre, Birnin-Kebbi.
Federal Medical Centre, Birnin-Kebbi is the only tertiary institution in Kebbi State and it was established to cater for the medical needs of over 3million citizens.
Visit FMC Birnin-Kebbi at
MUHAMMAD ILIYASU BASHAR ROAD,
8. Federal Medical Centre, Birnin Kudu.
In 1961, Late Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardaunan founded this institution.
It began as a general hospital back then but became a federal institution in the year 2000.
Visit FMC Birnin Kudu
Along Kano – Maiduguri Road,
CONTACT Phone :+2348036304601, , +2348028377672 Email :[email protected]
9. Federal Medical centre, Ebute-Metta.
This institution started as a Department of Health Services in the Nigerian Railway Corporation.
It was tasked with the duty of catering for the health needs of the staff of the Corporation and their families.
But was later converted into a commercial institution.
Visit FMC Ebute-Metta at
Nigerian Railway Compound, Ebute-Metta, Lagos,
CONTACT [email protected]
10. Federal Medical Centre, Gombe.
Federal medical centre Gombe is one of the functional Federal Medical centres in Nigeria.
It carries out healthcare services efficiently with a 300bed capacity.
Visit FMC Gombe at
CONTACT [email protected]
11. Federal Medical Centre, Gusau.
This is another functional Federal Medical Centre for the people of Zamfara state.
Visit FMC Gausau at
Sani Abacha Way,
12. Federal Medical Centre, Ido.
This institution was established in 1998 and it is one of the fast-growing teaching hospitals in Nigeria.
Visit FMC Ido Ekiti at
371101, Ido Ekiti
CONTACT 0806 526 6109
13. Federal Medical Centre, Jalingo.
The Federal Medical Centre, Jalingo was established in November 1999.
It has a mission to become a centre noted for high-quality medical care and a centre of excellence in the control of infectious diseases through surveillance, monitoring and clinical intervention.
Visit FMC Jalingo at
Off Barde way,
14. Federal Medical Centre, Katsina.
Federal Clinical services began in Kastina in 1998.
This institution has so far grown to become a fortress.
Visit FMC Kastina at
Murtala Muhammad Way,
CONTACT email@example.com, +2348069299979
15. Federal Medical Centre, Keffi.
This is another Centre that began as a general hospital as established by the Late Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardaunan in 1957.
But became what it is today in April 2000.
Visit FMC Keffi at
Opposite Keffi Motor park,
16. Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja.
Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja also began as the General Hospital Lokoja in 1954. It was upgraded to a tertiary healthcare Centre in November 1999.
Visit FMC Lokoja at
NO. 1 SALIHU IBRAHIM WAY,
P.M.B 1001, Lokoja.
Telephone +234 58 220 020
17. Federal Medical Centre, Makurdi.
Federal Medical Centre, Makurdi was established in 1995.
But had initially been referred to as General Hospital Makurdi for over 70 years.
It is a 600 bedded tertiary hospital located in Benue State in the North-Central geopolitical zone of Nigeria.
Visit FMC Makurdi at
No. 1 Abubakar Atiku Road,
+234 803 605 5028
18. Federal Medical Centre, Nguru.
This is a 400 bedded Tertiary Hospital located in Yobe State in the North-East of Nigeria.
This Centre is one of the fastest-growing Federal Medical Centres in the Country.
Visit FMC Nguru at
Federal Medical Centre,
Nguru -Yobe State.
19. Federal Medical Centre, Owerri.
This institution doubles as a tertiary hospital as well as a specialist hospital.
Federal Medical Centre, Owerri is a fast-growing Centre in Nigeria.
Visit FMC Owerri at
Before Amakohia, Owerri Municipal
+234 702 847 5635
20. Federal Medical Centre (Owo), Owo.
The Federal government took over the former General Hospital after reaching an agreement with the Info State government in 1958.
It functions as a Federal Hospital Teaching Hospital since then.
Visit FMC Owo at
Adekunle Ajasin Road,
CONTACT [email protected], +234901111111
21. Federal medical centre Umuahia.
Formerly known as Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Federal Medical Centre became a Tertiary Hospital in November 1991.
But it was previously established in 1956.
Visit FMC Umuahia at
Opposite Guaranty Trust Bank,
Umu Obasi, Umuahia
CONTACT 0706 933 7998
22. Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa.
Yenagoa General Hospital, established in 1957 during the colonial era, metamorphosed to become a specialist hospital in 1996.
Soon after in 1999, the state of Bayelsa was created.
It was taken over by the Federal Ministry of Health and re-named Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa.
Visit FMC Yenogoa at
CONTACT [email protected], +234 906 000 1156
23. Federal Medical Centre, Yola, Adamawa State
Like many of the aforementioned Tertiary Hospitals, the Federal Medical Centre, Yola was also a general hospital before it was taken over by the Federal government and upgraded to the Federal Medical Centre, Yola we have today.
Visit FMC Yola at
Lamido Zubairu Road,
Yola-Town, Yola South,
CONTACT [email protected], +2348036255557
That is all the federal medical centres in Nigeria.
Hope this was helpful?