About Okwuolisa Ikediobi

Okwuolisa Ikediobi, M.D., holds medical licenses in the states of Pennsylvania and Kentucky. Specializing in primary medical care, he has extensive experience in treating diverse groups of people, including teenagers, adults, the elderly, and athletes. He is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Basic Life Support. Dr. Ikediobi recently finished a residency in family medicine at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee.

Okwuolisa Ikediobi, M.D., has extensive experience in the medical field. Dr. Ikediobi currently serves as an attending physician in the urgent care and outpatient locums at Family Health Centers, Inc., in Louisville, Kentucky. He also worked as an obstetrics and gynecology surgical assistant at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago. In this position, Okwuolisa Ikediobi, M.D., cared for patients recovering from lacerations and episiotomies. He also performed circumcisions, incisions, and drainage care.

Dr. Ikediobi has won numerous awards during his medical career, including the Medical Knowledge Achievement Award from the Meharry Medical College, an award for being an Outstanding Student in Pharmacology, and the Harvard Medical School Minority Visiting Clerkship Scholarship. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Association, and Meharry Medical College Alumni Association.

Additionally, Okwuolisa Ikediobi, M.D., has served as a volunteer physician for the Sports Medicine High School Clinic at Nashville General Hospital and the Nashville Marathon.


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