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Amitha Omonuwa Has Always Wanted to Help Others, Which He Does Now

March 21, 2019
 
Amitha Omonuwa was born and raised in Nigeria. His parents were both medical doctors, so it seems natural that he learned a lot about the importance of healthcare, as well as the importance of being kind and doing everything possible to give back to the local community. He was especially driven to assist those who need the most help. Amitha learned that helping the poor and underserved was an essential element of life as he developed a passion for that early on; a passion he has carried to the present day.

Amitha Omonuwa

It is the key reason Amitha Omonuwa decided to embark on a career as a physician’s assistant. Over his time as a physician’s assistant, he has learned to be patient and calm. This has moved him to be far more detail oriented than before, as well as how to best help those patients who are fighting through some highly stressful circumstances. He currently practices with Lee Physicians Group, at their offices in Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Florida. His wide range of experience in multiple disciplines has managed to mold Amitha Omonuwa into a medical professional with a high level of skill. And it also has made him very well-rounded.

The Amitha Omonuwa Story

September 15, 2018
 
These days, Amitha Omonuwa has the capability to help perform general and bariatric surgery, neurosurgery, plastic surgery and vascular surgery, which makes him invaluable. It took him a long time to get there, but he credits the wide range of experience in multiple disciplines he has accumulated over the years, have managed to mold Amitha Omonuwa into a medical professional who is technically very highly skilled, as well as compassionate and very well-rounded.

Amitha Omonuwa

Over his eight years as a physician’s assistant, Amitha Omonuwa has learned to be patient and calm. He also pays strong attention to detail and he has a penchant to help patients through very stressful circumstances. He has come a long way since he was born and raised in Nigeria. His parents were both physicians, which is how he learned about the importance of healthcare, as well as the importance of being kind and doing everything possible to give back to whichever community one belongs to, and to provide help to the poor and underserved. That is an essential element of life, and he developed a passion for that early on and continues that passion to the present day.