Hometown: Edo state, Nigeria
Medical School: College of Medicine, University of Lagos
What Makes Central Arkansas a Great Place to Live: Proximity to different places, airport, hiking trails, sport complex and other side attractions. Great expanse of natural habitation, that makes More so, the people are laid-back and friendly, increases my love for the community.
Why I love the Baptist Health-UAMS Internal Medicine Program: I love the BH-UAMS IM program for several reasons. The Faculty and Attendings are very supportive and intentional about the success of the residents. The camaraderie between the residents and wellness program makes it a nurturing environment for me as a resident. I also appreciate the support of our ever-efficient program coordinator. I am grateful to God to be a part of an awesome program.
Future Plans: Critical care fellowship/Working as an hospital-based internist. Engaging in international community health outreach. I ultimately desire to be a part of or spearhead a non-profit organization that reaches out to underserved communities, providing healthcare and positively impacting lives.
The One Thing I Want People to Know About Me: I am a happy individual and desire same for others
Best Advice I Was Ever Given: To trust God at all times, and there is more to life than existing for myself.
What I Do For Fun: Dancing, watching movies, cooking, sporting activities.
Last Great Binge Watch: Designated Survivor
Best Recent Local Discovery: Scooting on Junction/Big Dam Bridge.
Research/Scholarship: Research/QI project on improving management of common comorbidities like hypertension, diabetes.