Physician Network

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MyDoctorCameroon’s Physician Network is centered around geographic hubs.  Hubs generally cover a 25 mile radius.  We have agreements with Family Physician’s and Clinics in the following hubs below.  Click on each hub to see the physician’s resume.

Other hubs will be established as the program grows.  Please let us know if you have Loved Ones outside of these hubs.  We need to know where potential new member’s Loved Ones live.

The Physician Network also includes top specialty physicians.  Our family physicians and Medical Advisory Board will determine if your Loved One needs to be treated by our specialty physicians.

An added service is Pharmacy delivery.  Our Network  Hub Administrator will not only schedule appointments, but can deliver medicines to your Loved One.

Our Physicians in Cameroon

Buea-Muea-Limbe-Tiko Hub

Dr Magog Nso

Dr. Nso was born on the 24th of November 1950 to Rev. Paul Teba Nso and Catherine Keshu Nso. Magog attended then Basel Mission School Mbonge from January 1957 to June 1964 were he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate. In September 1964, he was admitted to Basel Mission College (Presbyterian Secondary School) Kumba from where he graduated in June 1969 with the London GCE Ordinary Level certificate. He was admitted into the Cameroon College of Arts, Science and Technology Bambilli in June 1969 and graduated in June 1971 with the London GCE Advanced Lecel certificate.

He taught chemistry briefly at the Presbyterian Secondary School Besongabang before leaving to for Sorbonne in Paris were he obtained a Diploma in French Language and Civilization. He gained admission at the Faculty of Medicine at the Louis Pasteur University in Strasbourg and graduated with an MD degree, a Maitrise de Biologie Humaine and later obtained a Diplome d’Etudes Approfondies (DEA) in Skeletal Tissues.

Magog returned to Cameroon as was employed as a physician by the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon and served in the Presbyterian General Hospitas at Nyasoso and Manyemen. In 2001, he was employed at the St. John of God Hospital, Nguti as a Chief Medical Officer.

In March 2007, Dr. Nso was recruited as a Senior Medical Instructor at the Faculty of Health Sciences as a Lecturer in Medical Genetics and Histology and Pathology at the University of Buea.

Dr Magog Nso is an active practicing physician in several private clinics in Buea including an actively participating in the clinical supervision of students in the medical program at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Buea.

 

Douala Hub

Dr  Magog Nso

Kumba Hub

Dr Magog Nso, MD

Mamfe

 Ngatta Raymond Banyu, MD 

In September 1964, Raymond was admitted to Basel Mission College (Presbyterian Secondary School) Kumba from where he graduated in June 1969 with the London GCE Ordinary Level certificate.

Raymond was employed by BICIC Limbe as a bank Clerk from 1969-1976.

In 1977 Raymond was admitted at the Mary Knoll Higher School at Okuku in Ogoja in Nigerial. He graduated in 1979 with a Higher school diploma.

In 1980, Raymond was admitted into the University of Calabar Medical school and graduated with MBB.Ch in 1988. Upon graduation Der. Ngatta completed a one year Horsemanship at the General Hospital Ogoja and became a member of the Dental and Medical Council of Nigeria.

From 1990 – 1991, Raymond interned with the Offoboche Specialist in Obstertrics .

In 1991 – 1997, Dr. Raymond Ngatta was a general practitioner at the Eja Memorial Hospital at Etigi, Cross River State, Nigeria.

Dr Ngatta returned to Cameroon and practiced medicine at Clinique Dieudonne  in Boneberi Douala from 1997- 1999.

In 2000 he was recruited by the Full Gospel Mission as Chief Medical Officer at the Full Gospel Mission Hospital in Mamfe where he continues to practice.

Mankon and Surrounding Vilages

 Dr. Sandra Tahtah 

Mbouda Hub

Dr. Patrick Okwen

Bafoussam Hub

Dr. Patrick Okwen

Bamenda Hub

Dr. Paul Achu

Dr. Patrick Okwen

Dr. Sandra Tatah 

Dr. Paul Achu

QUALIFICATIONS:

Frc Path:                Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of London (Histopathology) – January, 1998

M.R.C. Path:        Membership of the Royal College of Pathologists of London (Histopathology) – February, 1998

D.C.P.                      Diploma of Clinical Pathology of the Royal Postgraduate Medical Aschool, London – September, 1983

M.Sc.                        Master of Science degree in Experimental Pathology and Toxicology, University of London. September, 1981

MD                            Doctor of Medicine degree, the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon, September 1975

EDUCATION:

1955 – 1962        Primary School in various Schools in Cameroon

1963 – 1967        Secondary School: Presbyterian Secondary School, Kumba

1968 – 1969        Premedical Studies:  University of Ibadan, Nigeria on an American Scholarship (ASPAU/INTERAF) obtained by examination.

1970 – 1975        Medical Training: Faculty of Medicine, University of Yaoundé, Cameroon

1976 – 1980        General Practitioner in Public Hospitals in Cameroon.

1980-1981           M.Sc. course – Royal Postgraduate Medical School/ University of London

1981 – 1983        D.C.P. and MRC. Path 1: Royal Postgraduate School of Medicine, Hammersmith. Middlessex, and Northwick Park Hospitals, London

1983 – 1985        Pathologist: Laquintinie Hospital, Douala Cameroon

1985 – 1988        MRC Path II: Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith and Wexham Park Hospitals, London

WORK EXPERIENCE

2003 – Present                   Director of Mezam Polyclinic approved HIV-AIDS Treatment Center

Chief Executive Officer (COPAAP) Community partnership Against Aids Programme

Board Member of Project Hope

July 1997 to present       CONSULTANT HISTO/CYTOPATHOLOGIST

Mezam Polyclinic and the Provincial Hospital, Bamenda, Cameroon

May 1995-June 1997      CONSULTANT HISTO/CYTOPATHOLOGIST

King Fahad Hospital, Hofuf, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

1991 – 1995                          CONSULTANT HISTO/CYTOPATHOLOGIST

Mezam Polyclinic and the Provincial Hospital, Bamenda, Cameroon

1998 – 1991                          CONSULTANT HISTO/CYTOPATHOLOGIST

Laquintinie, and General Hospitals, Douala – Cameroon

1985 – 1988                          Registrar in Histo/Cytopahology Department

Hammersmith Hospital, London

Senior Registrar, Histopathology, Wexham Park Hospital, London

1982-1983                             Assistant Registrar

1982 – 1984                          Histo/Cytopathologist in Northwick Park Hospital, and Chem. Path. In Central Middlessex Hospital, London

 

TATAH AYUK SANDRA, MD

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

June 2011 to November 2011 Chantal Biya Foundation Yaounde

General practitioner

  • Daily follow-up of patients in the Neonatal Unit
  • Reception and management of pediatric patients at the Emergency Unit during regular shifts
  • Routine weekly consultation of children of various ages
December 2011 till date Mankon Medicalised Health Center Bamenda

Chief Medical Officer/General practitioner

  • Routine general consultations for patients of  all age groups.
  • Management of various emergencies.
  • Planning and participation in campaigns and activities aimed at primary prevention of diseases.

EDUCATION

1992 to 1996 Parents’ Mountain School Buea

  First school Leaving Certificate

1996 to 2001

Government Bilingual High School Yaounde

Yaounde

  G.C.E. Ordinary Level

2001 to 2004

Government Bilingual High School Yaounde

Yaounde

  G.C.E. Advanced Level

2004 to 2011

Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University of Yaounde I

Yaounde

  Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Degree

 

 

Yaounde Hub

 Dr Francis Oben, MD

Dr Munoh Foma

Dr Mandi Henshaw Eyambe

Dr Elvis Tabot Bisong

Dr. Amaah Penn

Oben Francis Oru, MD

Medical Director, Bastion of Hope Tam Tam, Yaounde

Pediatrics

Francis attended Saint Joseph’s Secondary School, Sasse from 1965 – 1970 where he obtained the London GCE Ordinary Levels. He enrolled at the Nursing school in Bamenda from 1970 to 1973. Upon Graduation, Francis served at the Bamenda Regional Hospital from 1973-1975

Mr Francis Oben then left for the United States in 1975 for further studies in Roosevelt University. He graduated from Roosevelt in 1978 with a B.S (Summa Cum Laude) in Chemistry. Francis then worked briefly from 1978- 1979 at Walgreens as a chemical analyst.

In 1999, Francis was admitted into the University of Illinois Medical School where he graduated with a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) in 1983.

Upon graduation, Dr. Oben went on to do his residency at the Cook County hospital from 1983-1988. After his residency, Dr. Oben practiced medicine at Kankekoe Riverside Hospital, Illionois from 1083-1990. Francis later on went on to practice Pediatrics at the Cook County Hospital Emergency room from 1988-1993. Later in !993, Dr. Oben briefly practiced internal medicine at HUMANA, Micheal Reese before leaving for Cameroon in 1993.

Upon arrival in Cameroon, Dr. Oben was posted to General Hospital, Ngoundere where he practiced Pediatrics from 1993-1996.

In 1996, Francis was re-assigned to the Yaoundé General Hospital where he practiced Pediatrics and Internal Medicine through 2001. That same year, Dr. Oben was posted to Efoulan District Hospital where he served until his retirement in 2005.

Dr. Oben Francis Oru is currently the Medical Director of Bastion of Hope Tam Tam, Yaoundé where he practices pediatrics.

 

MyDoctorCameroon Referral Physicians

Oben Francis Oru,  MD

Medical Director, Bastion of Hope Tam Tam, Yaounde

Pediatrics

Francis attended Saint Joseph’s Secondary School,  Sasse from 1965 – 1970 where he obtained the London GCE Ordinary Levels.  He  enrolled at the Nursing school in Bamenda from 1970 to 1973. Upon Graduation, Francis  served at the Bamenda Regional Hospital from 1973-1975

Mr Francis Oben then left for the United States in 1975 for further studies in Roosevelt University. He graduated from Roosevelt in 1978 with a B.S (Summa Cum Laude) in Chemistry. Francis then worked briefly from 1978- 1979 at Walgreens as a chemical analyst.

In 1999, Francis was admitted into the University of Illinois Medical School where he graduated with a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) in 1983.

Upon graduation,  Dr. Oben went on to do his residency at the Cook County hospital  from  1983-1988. After his residency,  Dr. Oben practiced medicine at Kankekoe Riverside Hospital, Illionois from 1083-1990. Francis later on went on to practice Pediatrics at the Cook County Hospital Emergency room from 1988-1993. Later in !993, Dr. Oben briefly practiced internal medicine at HUMANA, Micheal Reese before leaving for Cameroon in 1993.

Upon arrival in Cameroon, Dr. Oben was posted to General Hospital, Ngoundere where he practiced Pediatrics from 1993-1996.

In 1996, Francis was re-assigned to the Yaoundé General Hospital where he practiced Pediatrics and Internal Medicine  through 2001. That same year, Dr. Oben was posted to Efoulan District Hospital where he served until his retirement in 2005.

Dr. Oben Francis Oru is currently the  Medical Director of Bastion of Hope Tam Tam, Yaoundé where he practices pediatrics.

 

 Paul Ndom, MD 

Oncologie Medicale

Charge de cours a la FMSB

 Assam Geaorge, MD 

Chief Medical Officer

Health Medical Foundation

Bonaberi, Douala

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