Board Member
Brief info

Dr. Chiemelie Onwudiegwu is a highly accomplished medical professional with a diverse background in obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive health. She obtained her medical degree from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and later pursued a Masters in Business Administration, demonstrating her commitment to both medical expertise and administrative proficiency. Her residency training at the prestigious University College Hospital, Ibadan, further honed her skills and knowledge in providing comprehensive care to pregnant women. With over 7 years of dedicated experience, Dr. Onwudiegwu has established herself as a leader in the field of women's health. She possesses advanced proficiency in various aspects of obstetrics and gynecology, including ultrasound diagnostics, antenatal care, labor and delivery management, and the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the female reproductive system. Dr. Onwudiegwu's passion lies in fertility and reproductive health, where she specializes in assisting infer

Dr. Chiemelie Onwudiegwu is a highly accomplished medical professional with a diverse background in obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive health. She obtained her medical degree from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and later pursued a Masters in Business Administration, demonstrating her commitment to both medical expertise and administrative proficiency. Her residency training at the prestigious University College Hospital, Ibadan, further honed her skills and knowledge in providing comprehensive care to pregnant women. With over 7 years of dedicated experience, Dr. Onwudiegwu has established herself as a leader in the field of women’s health. She possesses advanced proficiency in various aspects of obstetrics and gynecology, including ultrasound diagnostics, antenatal care, labor and delivery management, and the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the female reproductive system. Dr. Onwudiegwu’s passion lies in fertility and reproductive health, where she specializes in assisting infer