African Changemaker

Dr. Pamela Ajayi

Dr. Pamela Ajayi is a remarkable Nigerian physician, environmentalist, and entrepreneur who has made significant contributions to the healthcare industry and sustainable development in Nigeria.

She currently serves as the President of the Healthcare Federation of Nigeria (HFN), spearheading efforts to enhance healthcare accessibility and quality in the country. In 2004, Dr. Ajayi established Pathcare Laboratories Nigeria, the pioneering clinical and medical laboratory in West Africa.

Under her astute leadership as Managing Director until 2021, Pathcare has revolutionized diagnostic services, setting the benchmark for quality and reliability in the region.
Beyond her contribution to the healthcare space, Dr. Ajayi is also passionate about the environment.

She is the Dawn Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development in Nigeria.
Her vision for a greener future showcases her profound commitment to creating a harmonious balance between human progress and environmental preservation.

Dr. Ajayi’s exceptional contributions have garnered well-deserved accolades throughout her illustrious career.
She has been honoured with prestigious awards such as the Nigerian Women of Achievement Award in 2014 and the African Businesswoman of the Year Award in 2016.

 

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