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MISSION OF DELTA DOCTORS IN DIASPORA
To reposition the health sector, provide affordable, accessible and qualitative health care in conformity with globally accepted standards for the people.
In furtherance of the mandate of the foundation, the founder has also been donating hospital equipments and medication to public health institutions in the state. Beneficiaries of such initiative include the Federal Medical Centre Agbor, Delta State, the Uweifo Orthopedic Hospital Ewuru, Ika South L.G.A. of Delta State, Nigeria and Delta State Ministry of Health, Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria.
Rural based Health facilities in different rural communities like Abavo, Owa Alero, Ute Ogboje, Ute-Erumu, Otolokpo, Umunede and Onicha-Ugbo have also benefited from the philanthropic gesture of Dr. (Mrs.) Isioma Okobah.
The foundation has also taken advocacy visits to the palaces of Traditional Rulers in Delta State where free medical diagnosis and drugs were dispensed to persons with health challenges.
The foundation promotes education and is concerned about the increasing incidence and prevalence of heart diseases, stroke, cancer, diabetes and HIV/AIDS ravaging rural community. It is in view of the magnitude of this health issues that the foundation has engaged in free medical health care in rural communities across the state. The founder Dr. (Mrs.) Isioma Okobah through the foundation also built and equipped an Ultra Modern State of the Art Community Hospital called Stephen Uche Okoh (Snr.) Memorial Community Health Centre at Igbodo, a rural community in Ika North East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. The community Health Centre is named after her late father, Mr. Stephen Uche Okoh (Senior) of blessed memory.
The Health Centre which is located at No. 1, Okoh Street, Ndobu Quarters Igbodo, Ika North East Local Government Area, Delta State, Nigeria is serving the health needs of the community and other villages within the council area.
According to the founder, the community health centre was named after her late father as a deliberate way to immortalize and put the memories of her father in the permanent consciousness of the people as a man who came, saw and conquered.