Dr Philip Osehobo is USA board certified Internal Medicine/Primary Care physician, certified Medical Director for long term care practicing in United States of America.
He is currently the Chief Medical Officer (same as Chief Medical Director) of two hospitals in the largest health system in the state of Georgia since 2013. In that role, he also serves as Vice President Medical Affairs.
As an astute clinician and teacher, Dr Philip Osehobo, continues to provide active patient care services as Chief Executive Officer/President of Grace Medical Clinic, also in the United States of America. His free volunteerism is currently in play as ANPA Telemedicine Physician, Global Faculty at Edo College of Nursing Sciences (both services with Edo State Ministry of Health).
Dr Philip Osehobo graduated from University of Benin in 1987 with an MB.BS degree and a distinction award and recognition in Anatomy. He has endowed an annual award for the best student in Anatomy. Following his internship at UBTH, and NYSC in University of Maiduguri, he proceeded to get his PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology at Queens University, Ontario, Canada with scholarship sponsorship from Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA Award) and SAVOY Foundation. He subsequently completed his postdoctoral fellowship at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada. At the Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, Brooklyn, New York, Dr Philip Osehobo was named “Intern of the Year” during his residency training.
Dr Philip Osehobo is well respected by his peers and patients for his excellent clinical skills and bedside manners. He has numerous peer reviewed published research articles as well as scientific abstracts.