Mayfair Hospitals/Maternity & Malix Pharmaceuticals.

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About Mayfair Hospitals/Maternity.

Registered as Mayfair in Clinic on 3rd May 1989 with premises at #65 Venn Road South Onitsha. Relocated to #2 Central School Road Onitsha and registered as Mayfair Hospital/Maternity on 18th July 2015. Registered By Anambra State Government. 

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DR. RALPH NOSIKE OMALIKO

MBBS (Lagos), FWACS, FICS KSM
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

EARLY BACKGROUND/EDUCATION

Dr. Ralph Nosike Omaliko was born to the Family of the Late Leonard Okwundu Omaliko, a Police officer in the Colonial era, and the Late Madam Juliana Ugoye Omaliko, a businesswoman, on the third of January 1955 in Onitsha, Anambra State.

He attended St. John’s Primary School, Onitsha. However, this was disrupted by the Nigeria-Biafra war which lasted for almost three years. After the civil war, he insisted on completing his primary school career when his peers were entering secondary school. He thus later sat for the first school leaving certificate which he passed with flying colors.

He gained admission into the prestigious Christ the King College (C.K.C) Onitsha after sailing through the college entrance examination, written interview examination, and oral examination i.e. three examinations in all. This was a great feat then and it made the authorities of his primary school present the three students of the school who passed the entrance examination: Ralph Omaliko, David Okakpu, and Nnamdi Chude at the school assembly; other students were advised to see them as role models.

At C.K.C he was a good sportsman participating in the high jump, shot-put, and long jump. He was very studious taking a keen interest in Latin, the sciences, economics, and the English language. While in class four (now Senior Secondary one), he took the General Certificate of Education (GCE) London examination and passed with flying colors.

The following year, 1975, he took the West African School Certificate (WASC) examination and passed in grade one making Alphas in all the science subjects that he would later pursue at A-level.

He still reminisces on his C.K.C days with great nostalgia. He has been making an effort to reconnect with his former classmates many of whom now live in the Diaspora. He wishes them good luck, long life, and God’s blessings.

Upon completion of his secondary school education, while waiting for the result of the WASC Exam, he secured employment at the Radio Nigeria, Ikoyi Lagos (now known as Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN) as an Accounts Clerk with the GCE Certificate he had earlier obtained while in class four. As a result, he started earning money before the WASC exam result was out and was able to throw parties that other students awaiting WASC results attended. He did the job for a few months, and when the WASC result came out, because of his performance, he was offered automatic admission by the Polytechnic Ibadan to do Advanced Level (A-level) program in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and General Studies.

At Ibadan in 1975, he was the only Ibo Chap in his class, being the good mixer he is, he was able to get along very well with his fellow students.

He took his studies very seriously because the A-level program is a very tasking activity. However, because he got introduced to socialist ideology he avidly read the works of Karl Max, Angels, and Ilianov Lenin and attended some political fora organized by Comrade Ola Oni. This did not distract him as he in 1977 sat for and passed the University of Cambridge A-level exams and WAEC A-level exams in physics, chemistry, Biology, and General Paper.

He was thus offered direct entry admission to read Medicine in all the universities he applied to including the University of Ibadan which gave him double admission by direct entry based on his A-level results and admission to enter medicine through preliminary studies based on the entrance examination he took while in the final year of the A-level program.

Most of his classmates at Ibadan were moving down to the University of Lagos and he followed them to the College of Medicine University of Lagos. Thus he became a medical student resident at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) bye passing Akoka Campus because he came in by direct entry.

At the College of Medicine, life became easier for him, away from the excruciating stress of A-level studies. He now had the opportunity of being with his fellow Ibo boys and girls who initially thought he was Yoruba based on the way he was moving with his former classmates at the Polytechnic Ibadan who moved down with him to Lagos. These Yoruba classmates of his later saw him speaking the Ibo language to the Ibo students and realized for the first time that he was indeed an Ibo man and would exclaim Omaa – Omaa! This was the abbreviation of his surname Omaliko.

Life on campus was very interesting and he penetrated the political sphere and got elected into the house of Assembly of the Medical Students Association (MSA) which was an affiliate body of the University of Lagos Students Union (ULSU). As a member of the House, he participated in making laws related to the students.

He was also a prolific writer and this earned him the post of Editor-in-Chief of the Scorpio Press Club which published the Scorpion Magazine. This Magazine was a “Bugging” magazine that helped to check the excesses of the students on campus. At this point in time, he became very powerful and at a time lived alone in a room on campus.

Despite his extracurricular activities, he was steadfast in his medical studies and soon passed the first, second, and third professional examinations of the University and bagged the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 1982.

He later proceeded to the General Hospital Onitsha for the mandatory one-year Horsemanship. He worked under the Late Dr. Hubert Ejoh (Paediatrics), Dr. Enwezor (Surgery), the late Dr. Okoye and Dr. Anwuna (Internal Medicine), and the Late Dr Nkemena (Obstetrics and Gynaecology).

He completed the housemanship in 1983 and was registered fully by the Nigerian Medical and Dental Council as a Medical Practitioner.

In the same year, 1983, he proceeded to Port Harcourt, Rivers State for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). He was posted to Nchia Eleme Health Centre in Okirika-Thai-Eleme Local Government Area of the State.

During this period of the National Youth Service, he belonged to many social organizations and worked in many private Hospitals and Clinics in the town including Mada Infirmary, Royal Clinic, St Patrick’s Hospital etc, consequently, he was making more money than the average youth corper.

Upon completion of the National Youth Service in 1984, he was employed by Dr Omubo who was a Gynaecologist on a full-time basis. Having worked for Dr Jack who was a Gynaecologist and now Dr Omubo, he developed an interest in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

He thus began to read for the Post Graduate examination in the Specialty. Consequently, he took the primary examination of the specialty in 1985 and was among the only seven doctors who passed the primary examination of the West African College of Surgeons in the Faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1985.

However, in 1986, he decided to open a Hospital of his own having found it difficult to secure a Teaching Hospital placement where he would continue with the Postgraduate Programme. This was due to the austerity measures which were in place then. He had planned to settle down in Port Harcourt but was dissuaded by his Family which was still mindful of the abandoned property saga that took place in Rivers State after the Nigerian Civil War of 1967 – 1970.

He thus moved down to Onitsha in June 1986 and established the Mayfair Hospital and Maternity. When he came back to Onitsha he was a totally “New Kid” to town having left for some time and lost most of his patients. However, he was able to reach out and established new contacts and penetrated society so well that his Hospital started doing well within a short time.

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE

In 1990, he met and married his heartthrob, Miss Adaeze Muanya who was then a fourth-year Pharmacy Student at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN).

In 1999, he decided to move to the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) in Enugu to do his training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. This was convenient enough because it gave him the opportunity to come home at weekends to see his family. His wife Ada was of tremendous help in supporting him in Enugu.

At UNTH, he had the opportunity of meeting internationally acclaimed Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

He quickly reacclimatized himself with academic life and engaged himself fully in clinical work. With vigorous academic pursuit, he rose to become a Senior Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the year 2000.

He worked assiduously in his quest to be an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and in a record time he passed the most difficult aspect of the postgraduate program, the part I examination of the West African College of Surgeons and was automatically elevated to the post of Senior Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He later moved to St Charles Borromeo Hospital Onitsha where he worked as Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, after some time, he returned to UNTH and concluded Preparations for the Part II (Final) examination of the West African College of Surgeons. He completed work on his thesis (Book) and proceeded to the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan for the Final examination.

He performed so brilliantly at the final examination that the examiners were entirely satisfied. He was thus made a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons (FWACS). It is noteworthy that this fellowship Award is the Clinical Medicine Equivalent of a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). He thus became a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. He subsequently received the Fellowship of the International College of Surgeons. 

RETURN TO PRIVATE MEDICAL PRACTICE/BUSINESS

Having returned fully to his family, he re-energized and upgraded his hospital, Mayfair Specialist Hospital and Maternity, being the energetic, and business-minded fellow he is and most importantly, with the support of his wife Adaeze, he has not limited his sphere of activities to medical practice alone. He has thus helped in solving the perennial unemployment problem of the youth by establishing some small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

He has also established the Angel Raphael School, Onitsha to uplift the quality of Education offered to our children.

AWARDS

In recognition of his contributions to society which include philanthropy, he has received some recognition which includes:

  • Regional Patron Award of Divine Mercy Devotion
  • Friendship Award of the Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria (ACPN), an arm of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) Anambra State. 
  • Knight of St. Mulumba Nigeria Traditional Title: Eze Ononenyi 
  • Fellow of the West Africa College of Surgeons 
  • Fellow of the International College of Surgeons. 
  • Former member of the Political Committee of the Nigerian Medical Association, Onitsha zone.
  • Current Member of the Ethics and Disciplinary Committee of NMA Onitsha Zone.
  • Ozo title: Ononenyi Abatate. Jchie Title: Ichie Enyi Abateta
HOBBIES:

His hobbies include Athletics, football, reading, and creating new business ventures.

About Malix Pharmaceuticals.

Malix Pharmaceutical Nig. Ltd., was registered by the Pharmacist Council of Nigeria in June 1993. Incorporation Certificate was Issued by Corporate Affairs Commission on on 16th March 1994. Shares of the directors were redistributed and the number of directors increased and Certified by the Corporate Affairs Commission on the 17th February 2011.

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PHARM (LADY) EBELE ADAEZE OMALIKO

B.PHARM, FPSN, FPC PHARM, LSM, MAY & BAKER 2012, LSM

Pharm (Lady) Ebele Adaeze R. Omaliko was born to the family of Chief Ephraim and Lolo Grace Muanya of Nkwelle Ogidi, Idemili North Local Government Area on the 11th day of October 1966.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

She attended Oraeze Primary School, Onitsha where she obtained the First School Leaving Certificate in 1978. She later attended the prestigious Queen of the Rosary College (QRC) Onitsha and obtained the West African School Certificate which she passed with flying colors in 1984. She subsequently gained admission to read Pharmacy at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) where she obtained a Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) degree in 1991. She later enrolled in the Faculty of Community Pharmacy of the West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists and passed the stipulated examinations and was awarded the distinguished: Fellow of the Postgraduate College of Pharmacy (FPC Pharm).

MARITAL STATUS:

She is married to Dr. Sir Ralph Nosike Omaliko. They are blessed with seven children.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Upon her graduation as a Pharmacist, she proceeded to the mandatory Internship at the General Hospital in Onitsha which she completed in 1992.

She subsequently proceeded to the National Youth Service Corps in the General Hospital, Onitsha which she completed in 1993.

In 1993 she went into Community Pharmacy practice establishing Malix Pharmaceuticals Nigeria Limited at No. 64 New Market Road, Onitsha. She later relocated to No. 2 Central School Road, Onitsha which belongs to her family.

SERVICE TO THE PHARMACY PROFESSION

Between 1995 and 1997 she was the treasurer of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), Anambra State Branch.

From 1999 till date, she has been in the inspectorate team of the Department of Pharmaceutical Services of the Anambra State Ministry of Health ensuring ethical Pharmacy Practice in the State.

Between 2001 and 2005 she was the Financial Secretary/Treasurer Conference Planning Committee of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, Anambra State Branch.

In 2003 she was appointed the Chairperson of the Anambra State Pharmacist Assistance Fund (APAF) where she was able to raise over a Million Naira for the assistance of Pharmacists in Financial need.

She was the Chairperson of the Association of Lady Pharmacists (ALPS) Anambra State Chapter between 2001 and 2007. During this period, she was able to reactivate the Association. She embarked on many awareness campaigns in schools, women’s groups, and marketplaces.

In 2003, she was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Anambra State Pharmacist Assistance Fund (APAF) and has remained in that capacity to date.

In 2008 she was appointed a member of the Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the National Conference of the Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria (ACPN).

In 2014 she was a Resource Person at the Mandatory Continuing Development Programme for Pharmacists (MCDP) delivering lectures in Anambra and Abia States.

In 2014 she was appointed to the Ethics Committee of the Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria (ACPN) Anambra State.

In 2014 also, she was appointed to the Constitution Review Committee of ACPN.

In 2015 she was elevated to Pharmacist Inspector by the Pharmacist Council of Nigeria (PCN).

Between 2010 and 2015, she was the Managing Director of Provida Pharmaceuticals (Wholesale) Ltd. A company floated by Pharmacists in Anambra State to assist them in the procurement of ethical products.

In 2015 she was appointed Secretary of the Peace Committee of PSN Anambra State Chapter. The Committee was set up to ensure lasting peace amongst colleagues in the Pharmacy Circle of the State.

2015-2018- UNOFFICIAL MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LADY PHARMACISTS OF NIGERIA, ANAMBRA STATE.

2016-2018- UNOFFICIAL MEMBER OF ACPN ANAMBRA STATE.

2008-  BESTOWED PATRONESS ABATETE ZONE COMPRISING OF THREE TOWNS ABATETE, UKE, AND IDEANI WITH TEN PARISHES

2008-2008- AWARD OF EZINNE BY CATHOLIC WOMEN OF MOST HOLY NAME OF MARY HOME AND ABROAD PATRONESS RED CROSS SOCIETY OF ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH ODOAKPU – ONITSHA

2010 – DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD BY DOCTORS’ WIVES ASSOCIATION

2010- OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY AWARD OF ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS OF NIGERIA, ANAMBRA STATE BRANCH 

2012- DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD BY DIRECTORS OF PROVIDA WHOLESALE PHARMACEUTICAL LTD. 

2012- AMBASSADOR OF CHRIST BY ST. JOSEPH PARISH CWO, ODOAKPU ONITSHA. 

2012- MAY & BAKER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AWARD IN PHARMACY

2012- GOLD MERIT AWARD BY PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF NIGERIA (PSN) ANAMBRA STATE BRANCH

2015- SERVICE AWARD BY PROVIDA PHARMACEUTICAL WHOLESALE LTD.

2015- PATRONESS DOCTORS’ WIVES ASSOCIATION ONITSHA BRANCH

2015- A FELLOWSHIP AWARD OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF NIGERIA.

2017- PATRONESS ST. CECELIA’S CHOIR OF ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH ODOAKPU, ONITSHA. 

HOBBIES:  READING, GARDENING, SINGING, AND SPORTS.

SERVICE TO THE CHURCH AND THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE 

Between 1994 and 2004, she was the Secretary Enu-Ogbu Abatete Catholic Women Organization (CWO) home and abroad.

From 1994 to 2005 she was the President General of the Umuezeaya Family Women Organization Enu-Ogbu, Abatete.

In 1996 she was appointed the President of Mary Agatha Catholic Women Organization, Onitsha Branch, a post she held for a period of nine years.

Between 2001 and 2007, she was the President of St. Theresa’s Catholic Women’s Organization Onitsha Branch during which tenure she galvanized the finances of the organization and they purchased a bus for their outings.

In 2004, she was appointed a member Parish Advisory Board of Most Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church, Enu Ogbu Abatete, a post she holds to date.

In 2005 she was made Patroness of Mary Agatha Catholic Women Organization, a post she holds till date.

Between 2006 and 2010 she was the President, of the Doctors’ Wives Association, Onitsha Branch. During this period, she led the Association in embarking on many charitable projects including visits to Motherless Babies Homes, the Red Cross, and Awareness Campaign in schools.

In 2006 she became a Lady of St Mulumba (LSM).

In 2007 she was appointed Secretary of the Bus Committee of Ladies of St. Mulumba Onitsha Sub-Council, a post she holds to date. During this period, the Ladies were able to buy a brand-new bus.

Between 2008 and 2011, she was the representative’ of the Ladies of St. Mulumba Onitsha Sub-Council in Physicians Conferences of (KSM)

In 2009 she was appointed President of Enu Ogbu Catholic Women Organization, Home and abroad, and she holds the position to date.

Since 2012, she has been the President General Home and Abroad of the Most Holy Name of Mary CWO Ogbu Abatete. In this capacity, she has been able to institute machinery which enables the association to take care of the needs of the Parish Priests adequately, bought a bus. 

Angel Raphael School, Onitsha.

Dr. Raph Nosike Omaliko and his wife, Pharm. Ebele Adaeze Omaliko together started Angel Raphael School Onitsha on the 22nd of September 2013. Approval of the Nursery section was done on the 19th of November, 2014. The Primary section was approved on the 19th of August, 2016. The primary section was upgraded on the 11th of December, 2018. 

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