Dr. Iziaq Adekunle Adeboye SALAKO
Dr. Salako is a committed team player who likes to organize and innovate. He is a medical activist, a community mobilizer, writer, radio presenter and public commentator. He holds an MBBS degree from the University of Lagos and Master in Public Health from the Lagos State University. He is a certified colposcopist and sonologist.
Dr. Salako working carrier started from the Lagos University Teaching Hospital in 1992 where he undertook the compulsory one year horsemanship. He served in the National Youth Service Corp in Onicha General Hospital in Onicha Local Government of old Abia State ( now Ebonyi State) where he won the NYSC merit award. During the NYSC, Dr. Salako, volunteered and took part in the Nigeria Guinea Worm Eradication Programme (NIGEP) for which he was awarded the Golden Handshake Award from President Jimmy Carter.
After his youth service, he worked in some health institutions including the St’ Raphael Hospital, Okota-Lagos, Mucas Hospital, Agege-Lagos and the Lagos State Health Service Commission. He started his private medical practice; A.A. Medical Centre in 2001 which later transformed to Prime Healthgate Medical Services following expansion and admission of new partners into the practice.