Famedix Pharmacy Team
Adim Udeh is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Ukampala-Famedix Limited. He has vast knowledge and United Kingdom experience, spanning over 21 years in Primary Healthcare Development, Pharmacy Practice, Organizational Development and Entrepreneurship.
Adim with excellent team building and leadership qualities has been involved in the conception and founding stages of several organizations.
''Young Pharmacist Group, Port Harcourt, Nigeria - President - 1989''
''Famamedix Healthcare Limited, Asaba, Nigeria - C.E.O - 2004 - 2009'';
Model Leadership Foundation aka Vanguard4Change – President – 2010-2015.
His clinical and management skills were grounded in organizations he has worked in the UK over 14 years - North Hampshire Hospital, Lloyds Pharmacy Ltd, Boots The Chemists Plc, ASDA Stores Ltd. Providing Healthcare and Pharmaceutical advisory services.
Adim had also worked in Nigeria before relocating to the UK in 2001; CAPL Nig. PLC, May & Baker Nig. PLC, University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital.
Adim was consultant to the Special Advisor (Health) to the PDP Governor of Edo State, Nigeria, 2008 on Public Health Development initiatives before the change in government.
Pharm. Adim UDEH, was the President, Help-Beat-Diabetes Care Centre (2013-2018). He became interested in diabetes over sixteen years ago when it took sugar ants to diagnose his dad of diabetes in a Federal Medical Centre in ………. State, Nigeria after he suffered a stroke. He relocated to the U.K soon after his dads’ diagnosis to practice his profession, before returning to Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria in May 2012 to pursue his passion of championing the course of diabetic patients. His dad died of a 2nd stroke 13 years after he was 1st diagnosed diabetic.
Mr. Deji Adodo is the Operations Manager, Ukampala-Famedix Ltd. Deji Adodo is a University of Ilorin graduate of Zoology with a passion for public health development.
He was the National Client Service Manager Help-Beat-Diabetes Care (HBD): 2013-2018. Deji’s passionate desire to meet every diabetic patients needs is simply unfathomable. He and his team worked around the clock, offering a near 24 hours service to diabetic patients, carers, healthcare institutions and health workers.
In addition to the individuals listed above who work with Ukampala-Famedix, we are honored to have the support of talented and committed volunteers who serve on our Community Outreach and Special Event Groups.
Diabetes Kills one person every 8 seconds worldwide; One million amputations a year worldwide.
The Diabetes Epidemic:
The escalating prevalence of type 2 diabetes is threatening to undermine healthcare systems throughout the world. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) estimates suggest that 380 million people will be affected by 2025, with one person dying every 10 seconds. At the beginning of the 20th century, diabetes was rare in Africa, however the prevalence in the 15 years leading to 2010 by almost 100%. The life expectancy of a person diagnosed with type 1 diabetes can be as low as 7 months in some parts of Nigeria, and with the impact of type 2 diabetes set to continue, the risk of related complications such as blindness, amputations and kidney disease are increasing, forcing additional burdens on communities already stretched to the limit by common life-threatening infections.