In view of our aim to bring the hospital to the community, we carry out a wide range of activities through community health education and provision of free screening services to the communities we serve.

The core of our education efforts lie in our weekly radio program. Also, we carry out several physical campaigns and projects annually.

Our eponymous radio program airs on UNIUYO 100.7 FM every Sunday at 6pm.

The “Insurance Against Diabetes” Project was launched on Saturday, 15th June, 2024 at the Conference hall of the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital (UUTH).

Our 2022 World Heart Day campaign included a road awareness walk/rally, bank  visit and sensitization and free blood pressure screening in several churches.

The team offered free medical services including community health education and sensitization about prevention and control of common illnesses.

In partnership with the Diabetes Association of Nigeria (DAN), we educated community about the scourge of diabetes.

The 29th of September every year is recognized by the World Health Organization as the World Heart Day. This year had as it’s theme, “Use Heart to Connect.”

Health Compass Initiative partnered once again with Uduak Charles Diaries on the PSALMS Outreach

We were able to carry out free random blood sugar tests for 500 people across the churches visited.

On September 29 every year, Health Compass joins the rest of the world celebrate World Heart Day.

Health Compass Initiative was invited to a virtual seminar that sought to give insight into non communicable diseases (NCDs) in the COVID-19 era.

We offered free healthcare services including consultations, laboratory testing of HIV and malaria, distribution of free drugs and community health education.

As a way to encourage proper hand-washing, over 4,500 soap bars were distributed to pupils across six states within Nigeria.

The day featured free Random Blood Sugar tests, free Blood Pressure checks and Body Mass Index (BMI) evaluation.

We visited St. Mary’s Secondary School, Abak and sanitary pads were distributed to the girls at the school.

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