“Positively impacting Nigerian healthcare... for good.”

Vincent Ohaju, DO


In 2013, VOOM Foundation through a partnership with the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, restarted the once abandoned open-heart program in Nigeria.  Nigerian’s suffering from heart disease either traveled out of the country for surgery or died.  In Nigeria, with the population of 175M at the time, it was the only opportunity for Nigerians suffering from heart disease to get surgery.  VOOM travels several times a year to Nigeria to perform life-saving surgery to those in need.  To date, VOOM Foundation has performed a total of 164 open-heart cases and leads all other health organizations in the entire country.   The long-term goal of VOOM Foundation is to create a sustaining healthcare program that provides impartial healthcare to everyone despite their ability to pay.



Daniel Okeke Donated $30.00
Pat and cindy Monroe Donated $50.00
Adriana and john Addison Donated $50.00
Reza Khodaverdian Donated $500.00

1 comment

  1. Funke Opasina 9 months ago October 13, 2018

    Happy Birthday to a kind hearted, merciful, generous, compassionate,
    one in a million surgeon of our time!
    The Lord bless your new age abundantly and crown all your life saving efforts with huge success. You shall live long in good health to reap the fruits of your labour in Jesus name.
    Here is our contributton to the upcoming December Nigeria medical mission program : 6 volunteer cardiothoracic intensive care nurses to work with you throughout the program. (F.O.C.).Happy Birthday! From all of us.


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