Dr Fred Kemah appeal to Cameroon specialist doctors


Dr Fred Kemah, MD, PhD, FRCP (UK), FESC Consultant Cardiologist

Dr Fred Kemah (pictured above), Founder of Fako Heart Centre – a specialist cardiac hospital in Cameroon, has launched an appeal for specialist medical doctors to join a doctor’s network.

He said: “As doctors, our mission is to serve humanity.”

Adding that:

“as Cameroonians, we are dispersed all over the world, and sometimes, it is hard to identify the appropriate specialist back at home or even abroad when the need arises.”

He says, at home, to find a replacement/part-time/ locum doctor of a particular speciality is challenging.

Apart from being a Specialist Cardiac Centre, Fako Heart aims to create a platform of Cameroon Doctors to be known as Cameroon Doctors Network which would facilitate networking, training of medical students and encourage continuous professional development.

“The long term plan is to create a College of Cameroon Physicians and Surgeons,” said Dr Kemah in a Facebook communique on Sunday, September 8, 2019.

“We will commence our networking with a WhatsApp group and after that, design the way forward.”

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