29 November, 2019 | Sheraton Hotel, Abuja
From St Nicholas hospital, Dr Patrick was instrumental in the setting up of Tocaro Emergency medical services, which was the first real emergency medical service in Nigeria responsible for providing emergency care services to most of the embassies in Nigeria as well as the multinational companies. Patrick was also in-charge of development, training and delivery of emergency medical service for the Nigeria 1999 FIFA junior World cup.
To further develop his skills, Dr Patrick obtained a Masters degree in pharmacology in 2002 from the University of Lagos, school of medicine.
To further his medical education, he undertook postgraduate studies under the Dean of the West Midlands where he rotated through several surgical specialties where he obtained his certificate of completion of Basic Surgical training (CCBST) as well as Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (MRCS). He also worked in several Hospitals in the UK as a registrar in Orthopaedic surgery. Further postgraduate studies took him to Kent where he did his VTS training to obtain the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners of England. (MRCGP).
Presently, Dr Patrick is a GP in buckinghamshire working with the Greenbrook Healthcare to provide family physician care for his patients.
Dr Patrick Uwubanmwen has received several awards including Award of one of 70 most outstanding Nigerian Healthcare professionals in the UK by Nigerian Healthcare Professionals UK and African ICON Award 2019 which took place in Accra Ghana
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