The National postgraduate Medical college of Nigeria says poor funding is hampering the teaching and learning process of the institution.
The president of the college, Dr Opubo Lilly-Tariah made this known to newsmen in Abuja, to mark the 50th anniversary of the college.
Dr.Lilly said there was need for improved investment in teaching and specialist hospitals for improved health care services to all.
He added that migration of Doctors to other countries in search of greener pastures has caused brain drain in the health sector and by extension, limited the quality of health care service delivery.
Other medical experts at the event also advocated improved welfare for medical practitioners to reduce the rate of brain drain in the country