Dr. MKO Abimbola is an advocate for the physician associate profession & universal healthcare in Nigeria 

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“Health is wealth” gives a large meaning to our life, as health is considered the most valuable and precious for every individual. Good health means not only the absence of disease in the body but a complete physical, mental, social as well as spiritual well-being of an individual.



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dr. m.k.o. abimbola

Dr. Mayomi Olabamiji Kazeem ABIMBOLA is a Nigerian American who is a Physician Associate working with the North Texas VA Medical Center, United States.

MKO Abimbola previously worked in the Information Technology industry for thirteen years and peaked as a Systems Engineer with vast credentials, including Microsoft’s system engineering and Cisco’s network associate certifications. He worked with a reputable telecommunication company, Cox Telecommunications, and Raytheon Company, a renowned United States defense contractor company.

In 2014, MKO Abimbola transitioned to the healthcare industry, following his quest to understand his mother’s diabetes disease. Unfortunately, his mother passed away before the conclusion of his initial nursing career. After that, he decided to further his career in medicine and dedicate the rest of his life to serving and taking care of people’s healthcare needs.

To mention a few, MKO Abimbola is an alumnus of reputable citadels of learning, including Ibadan Grammar School (High school), University of Ilorin (Bachelor), Bay Path University (Masters), and MCPHS University, where he concluded the doctoral degree in Physician Assistant Studies.

Since his foray into healthcare, MKO Abimbola has worked at Bridgewater State Hospital (Nurse), Boston VA Hospital (Nurse), and Albany VA Medical Center (Surgical Physician Assistant). At this time, MKO Abimbola is affiliated with Southcoast Physicians Group (Surgical Physician Assistant), Parkland Hospital, and North Texas VA Medical Center (General and Post–Acute Care Physician Assistant)

Following his quest for universal and accessible healthcare in Nigeria, Dr. MKO Abimbola met with Nigeria Lawmakers and felt so disappointed that national interests had been abrogated for personal interests. He is determined to right to wrongs in Nigeria’s political space by aspiring to become a lawmaker from Ibadan Southwest and Ibadan Northwest Federal Constituency.

MKO Abimbola is a professional and reliable individual who always strives to provide the best care possible. He is renowned for innovative ideas. He is married and blessed with children.

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Health Education With Dr. MKO Abimbola (PA) in Daily Independent Newspaper on Wednesdays…

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD)Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is the group of inherited or genetic blood disorders in which the shape of Red Blood cells (RBC) is abnormally C or sickle-shaped, resembling a farm tool called “Sickle.” This is due to an abnormal HbS Hemoglobin, which is very sensitive to low oxygen and does easily change to sickle shape instead of the round or bi-concave shape of a normal Red Blood Cell. SCD is a life-long or chronic inherited condition that commonly causes hemolytic anemia, chest pain, joint pain, bone pain, malaise, other complications, and eventually a shorter lifespan. >>>READ MORE>>>


Type II Diabetes Mellitus –  12/29/2021

Type 2 diabetes, also called Noninsulin-dependent diabetes, is a life-long or chronic metabolic disorder in which sugar or glucose levels build up in the bloodstream. Typically, the hormone insulin helps move glucose from the blood into the body cells for energy production. But with type 2 diabetes, the sugar levels in the bloodstream are not appropriately managed by the available insulin in the body, leading to too much glucose (hyper…




MALARIA –  12/24/2021

Malaria is an acute illness caused by microorganisms known as Plasmodium parasites (microscopic organisms not visible to ordinary eyes). Five parasite species cause malaria in humans, but two pose the greatest threat: Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum. Plasmodium falciparum causes the most deaths from malaria. Plasmodium vivax or Plasmodium ovale may cause severe complications on a few occasions. 


Physician Associate Profession and the match toward Universal Health Coverage in Nigeria


December 12 of every year is dedicated as the International Universal Health Coverage Day, which aims to raise awareness for better healthcare coverage for humanity. World Health Organization has recognized healthcare as universal right for all, regardless of race, color, gender, or sex. Therefore, the United Nations proclamation of resolution 72/138 is expected to advocate for hundreds of millions of people deprived of healthcare access and reaffirm the need for bigger and smarter healthcare investments because a healthy nation is a wealthy nation.   




 Hypertension occurs when the blood pressure in the arterial walls is high. As the heart beats, blood is pumped into the arteries to supply all the body organs. The blood pressure reading is higher when the heartbeats, called systolic blood pressure. And, the blood pressure reading is lower when the heart relaxes, called diastolic pressure. These two numbers represent the top and bottom numbers of blood pressure measurements. Ideally, these numbers are best when the blood pressure readings are not more than 120/80. Either high blood pressure, which is called hypertension, or low blood pressure, called hypotension, is not suitable for the body organs. For example, hypertension is a leading cause of heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, and heart failure.   


Heart Attack


 Heart attack or cardiac at­tack or myocardial infarc­tion occurs when some parts of the heart muscles are damaged because they do not get enough blood supply that carries oxygen and nutrients to nourish the vital organ.


Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the leading cause of heart attack. Coronary artery disease is when a substance called the plague, most­ly made up of cholesterol, causes blockage or narrowing of coronary arteries that supply the heart mus­cles with oxygen and other nutri­ents.


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