The initial few series of seminars took the form of X-Ray conferences & morbidity/mortality reviews amongst the founding members commencing mid-November 1990. The venue used to be erstwhile DD DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE owned& run by Dr. Dare DEMUREN on Campbell Street, a few doors away from the meeting venue of the past several years at 57 CAMPBELL STREET (hence the club name). Other founding members comprised Dr. Wole ABIODUN-WRIGHT, Tunde OGUNLAJA, Femi MOSURO, ‘Debo ORESANYA et al. The noble idea of these distinguished professionals was soon embraced by other early joiners like Dr. Kamoru OMOTOSHO, Dr. Chris OTIGBUO, Dr. Muyiwa TAIWO, Dr. Taiwo ODUSANYA.
The maiden quarterly guest lecture took place in January 1991.The core governance model has been such that encouraged leadership to evolve through group cohesion & mutual encouragement. This has been the fabric of the evolving knowledge-based brand.
The Corporate Affairs Commission formally gave statutory approval to the GROUP in the name CAMPBELL STREET MEDICAL FOUNDATION as a not-for-profit organisation effective 27th October 2017 under the COMPANY & ALLIED MATTERS ACT of NIGERIA. CSCG would hence consequently operate as a subsidiary of The CAMPBELL STREET MEDICAL FOUNDATION .


Dr. Wole ABIODUN-WRIGHT (1989-1995)
Dr. Femi MOSURO (1995-1997)
Dr. Kamoru OMOTOSHO (1998-2000)
Dr. Chris C. OTIGBUO (2001-2003)
Dr. V.’Muyiwa TAIWO (2004-2006)
Dr. Akin. AKINMOKUN (2007-2009)
Dr. ‘Niran AKINTOLA (2010-2012)
Dr. Biodun FATADE (2013-2015)
Dr. Biola OYELEYE (2016)
Dr. Wole ABIODUN-WRIGHT (2017)
Dr. Kamoru OMOTOSHO (2018)
Dr. A. Oluseyi ROBERTS (2019 – till date)


To leverage healthcare resources available to medical specialists through knowledge-sharing & team-building techniques thus facilitating & enhancing quality assurance of local best practice in privately-owned facilities.


To foster world-class healthcare service delivery through the sustenance of robust professional peer-review mechanism across medical specialties.


To develop & sustain global best practice with a view to leveraging treatment protocols / guidelines of various disease groups culminating in international affiliation with specialty colleges & societies.


Our regular meetings have consistently taken place at the St. Nicholas’ Hospital Conference Room traditionally flagged off about 17:30 hours alternate TUESDAYS (safe national holidays). Quarterly seminars customarily are taken to selected conferencing venues of reputable banqueting facilities on the Lagos Island.


Members or distinguished specialists are encouraged to lead fortnightly discussion topics from the perspective of their respective specialties. Other members make contributions to the theme/topic with as much evidence-based support as possible highlighting gold standards while pin-pointing local draw-backs. Presentations could take the form of clinical cases, literature reviews, mortality/morbidity issues or such other contemporary non-medical concept that impacts local healthcare practice. At other times, distinguished colleagues whose worthy contribution to medical practice in distant or near locations are celebrated/honoured at our quarterly guest seminar event& award ceremonies.