Adamma E. Muodeme, M.D.
College of Health Sciences, Ebonyi State University, Nigeria; Adamma is a proud native of a small village in Eastern Nigeria where she developed a deep respect for primary care. Her interest in Family medicine and commitment to working with underserved populations stemmed from her rural rustic upbringing and volunteer experiences where she learned and appreciated the importance of community and other social determinants of health. While in medical school, she had the opportunity of volunteering with several amazing health organizations, providing educational and social services to poor rural communities, teaching high school students, providing medical services to vesicovaginal fistula (VVF) patients and running free clinics. Her experiences working as an outpatient medical assistant and a hospice care volunteer reinforced her commitment to strengthening communities through improving health and reducing health disparities. Her interest in Family medicine includes global health, health policy, palliative care, integrative medicine, medical education, quality improvement and outcomes research. Her ambition is to advance the health of the community she serves through her dedication to quality and effective healthcare. In her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, cooking, crafting, gardening, outdoor activities and watching good movies.
Residency Year: Year 3