See The Updated Accreditation Fee Of The West African College of Physicians (OFFICIAL)

WACPThe West African College of Physicians (The College) was formally inaugurated in Lagos, Nigeria, on 23rd October 1976.

It is one of the two Colleges of the West African Post-graduate Medical College (WAPMC), which in turn is the largest specialised agency of the West African Health Community (WAHC). The member’s countries of the WAHC were the Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra-Leone. The WAHC was recently changed into the West African Health Organisation (WAHO) to accommodate other West African countries. Its headquarters is at Bobo-DiouLasso, Burkina Faso.

The West African College of Physicians has published its Accreditation Fees as at 9th April 2016…This is the official fee gotten exclusively by a source of DoctorsQuarters.com.

FIND THE NEW ACCREDITATION FEES HERECLICK HERE

Click To Download the WACP Primary Curriculum For Psychiatry (pdf).

 Please Note:
A)  Please, you are to pay the Honoraria for the accreditation team together with the accreditation fees as stated above, before any visit can take place.
B) The Institution is to take care of the transportation, accommodation and feeding of the accreditation team during the visit.
C)  Mode of Payment:
West African College of Physicians, GTBANK ACCOUNT NUMBER 0028724808,
 SORT CODE:  058194010 (in case of e-payment)
D) Please remember to inform the College when any payment is made into College Account, so that we can update our records.
E) Please send in the hard copy (ies) of the accreditation filled form(s) and evidence of payment as soon as payment is made.

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