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Which Oil Producing State Is The Best For A Doctor To Serve? by Exmay(m): 10:18pm On Sep 22, 2013
Can somebody please tell me the best state (oil producing) that will favour a Dr during service... Thanks.
Re: Which Oil Producing State Is The Best For A Doctor To Serve? by ochedikevictor(m): 10:16am On Sep 26, 2013
Bayelsa state. Dr are paid 75k as state alawee
Re: Which Oil Producing State Is The Best For A Doctor To Serve? by omicron(m): 9:32pm On Sep 27, 2013
Exmay: Can somebody please tell me the best state (oil producing) that will favour a Dr during service... Thanks.


Edo, Bayelsa, Ondo and rural Akwa Ibom are amongst the best down south. Osun is very good but not oil producing.

Edo averages 95k. LGA health centers pay between 100 - 130 but will absorb just a few. State General Hospitals will absorb most corper doctors and will pay around 70, while UBTH takes quite a number too and does 75k.

Bayelsa is 75k flat.

Osun and Ondo averages 90k

Akwaibom rural nears 70k.

Sporadic places in Delta may pay up to the above, but that is not guaranteed, cos pay as low as 40 may be obtainable there too.

Asides the pay, or in terms of other opportunities like after POP employment or retainment, service in a tertiary center (irrespective of the state) will offer more, both in the short (mostly in terms of pay, cos they hardly retain) or long term (you gain many contacts for future purposes such as residency placements, etc).

Cities like Abuja and Lagos will give better and more decent (mainly Abuja) job opportunities in private practice.

Hope this did not come too late...and happy service.
Re: Which Oil Producing State Is The Best For A Doctor To Serve? by Exmay(m): 2:20pm On Sep 28, 2013
omicron:

Edo, Bayelsa, Ondo and rural Akwa Ibom are amongst the best down south. Osun is very good but not oil producing.

Edo averages 95k. LGA health centers pay between 100 - 130 but will absorb just a few. State General Hospitals will absorb most corper doctors and will pay around 70, while UBTH takes quite a number too and does 75k.

Bayelsa is 75k flat.

Osun and Ondo averages 90k

Akwaibom rural nears 70k.

Sporadic places in Delta may pay up to the above, but that is not guaranteed, cos pay as low as 40 may be obtainable there too.

Asides the pay, or in terms of other opportunities like after POP employment or retainment, service in a tertiary center (irrespective of the state) will offer more, both in the short (mostly in terms of pay, cos they hardly retain) or long term (you gain many contacts for future purposes such as residency placements, etc).

Cities like Abuja and Lagos will give better and more decent (mainly Abuja) job opportunities in private practice.

Hope this did not come too late...and happy service.


Thanks for the info... so na Edo or Bayelsa be my final options from your analysis..(I don't want SW or abuja)...

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Re: Which Oil Producing State Is The Best For A Doctor To Serve? by yokiti: 12:49pm On Oct 04, 2013

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