Amitha Omonuwa has a nearly ten-year career in medicine, serving as a physician assistant in offices across Georgia and Florida. Holding a Bachelor of Science from the University of West Georgia as well as a Masters in Medical Science from Emory University School of Medicine, Omonuwa began in the medical field during his M.S. studies. Through volunteerism and teaching as a graduate assistant, he grew his knowledge of the position and his future endeavors. Omonuwa carried that into his first physician assistant job with The Longstreet Clinic in Gainesville, Georgia. Across the next eight years, Amitha Omonuwa’s experience grew, specifically in work across multiple surgical disciplines. In early 2017, this educated professional brought his experience to Lee Physician Group in Cape Coral, Florida. There, he has worked as a physician assistant since that time, working in vascular surgery with the organization.
Amitha Omonuwa was born and raised in Nigeria to parents who both served as physicians. Because of that, he learned at an early age about the importance of healthcare, as well as the importance of being kind and doing everything possible to give back to the local community, especially those who need the most help. That is a key reason he decided to embark on a career as a physician’s assistant. 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.
Now a certified physician’s assistant with almost a decade of experience in vascular and endovascular surgery snd other areas, Amitha Omonuwa is most satisfied with his history of helping patients improve their lives through proper treatment and management of numerous vein disorders, especially difficult disorders such as spider veins and varicose veins. Those conditions may not be dangerous, but curing them does improve attitude and self-esteem, which can be helpful in other areas of their lives.
What leads a person to decide on a career path can have a variety of sources. It can be from their upbringing and it can also be from their own innate nature. From growing up in Nigeria with medical doctor parents, Amitha Omonuwa was inspired to become a physician assistant. This involved a lot of hard work and dedication. Amitha Omonuwa was passionate about people from the start. He knew that he wanted to build a life that was founded on the principles of being others focused. From watching his parents tend to patients and care for others, his decision was solidified to take him down the path that is his current career path.
After years of experience, Amitha Omonuwa is now employed at Lee Physician Group. Lee Physician Group has primary offices and hospital care locations in Cape Coral and Fort Myers. Amitha Omonuwa has found a home in Florida and enjoys being able to work in the Cape Coral and Fort Myers area. He currently specializes in vascular and endovascular surgery. He also helps patients manage their issues of vein disorders, this would include spider and varicose veins issues. If you are looking for a doctor that cares about his patients to care for you, Amitha Omonuwa prides himself on being just that kind of doctor. Being able to help people has helped him to feel satisfied in his life and the work that he is doing.
Early on, Nigeria-born Amitha Omonuwa learned that helping the poor and underserved was an essential element of life. That is why he developed a passion for such a thing early on and why he has carried that passion through to the present day. In fact, it is perhaps the key reason he decided it was worthwhile to embark on a career as a physician’s assistant.
These days, Amitha Omonuwa treats patients as a certified physician’s assistant with nearly a decade of experience, primarily in vascular and endovascular surgery. In fact, among other things, Amitha has a history of helping patients improve their lives through the proper treatment and management of numerous vein disorders. Those can include vexing conditions like spider veins and varicose veins. He currently practices his profession with Lee Physicians Group, at their offices in Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Florida.
As noted, Amitha Omonuwa was born and raised in Nigeria and both his parents were physicians, which means he learned early on about the importance of healthcare, as well as the importance of being kind and doing everything possible to give back to their local community, wherever they happen to be. He also learned that giving back was especially important for those who need the most help, like the poor and underserved in the community. In fact, to Amitha Omonuwa, helping those who need it most is an essential element of any worthwhile life. These days, Amitha Omonuwa has developed a history of helping patients improve their lives through the proper treatment and management of numerous vein disorders. Those can include vexing conditions like spider veins and varicose veins. He currently practices his profession with Lee Physicians Group, at their offices in Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Florida.