Dr Adebola Omotosho

About Me:

Adebola is currently a resident doctor (Senior Registrar) in the department of Community Medicine, Babcock University Teaching Hospital. A clinician with experience in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of diseases and infections.  She is resourceful with an unwavering focus on organizational goals & targets, enthusiastic, knowledge-seeking, and resilient in the face of pressuring challenges. She is a team player with strong communication skills with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively to impact effective managerial skills and services to a broad spectrum of colleagues and client. She is eager to learn and acquire developmental skills that are impactful to my generation.  Resourceful, versatile with the ability to get things done within a limited period. Quick to assimilate the newest and latest technologies, skills, concepts and ideas. She has interest in Public Health Research and is skillful in data analysis and organization and management methods. She has a certificate in Leadership and Management in health from the University of Washington. She is a member of different professional bodies including Nigerian Medical Association, Medical Women Association of Nigeria, Association of Public Health Physicians of Nigeria and Association of Resident Doctors.



Medicine and Surgery 

Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State, Nigeria 



Community Health 

West African College of Physician 



Public Health 

Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye, Ogun State 


Resident Doctor 

Department of Community Medicine, Babcock University Teaching Hospital, Ilishan, Ogun State, Nigeria. March 2014 till date 

Medical Officer 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pediatrics, Gbagada General Hospital, Gbagada, Lagos State. December 2012 – March 2014 

Medical Officer 

Skyhigh Hospital, Magodo, GRA, Lagos State. November 2010 – November 2012 



1. Bamidele EF, Sodeinde K, Adefala N, Osinaike A, Omotosho A. Drug adherence among adult hypertensives attending medical out-patient clinic in a tertiary hospital in Ogun State, Nigeria. Babcock University Medical Journal (BUMJ). 2020;3(1):37-44. doi:10.38029/bumj.v3i1.28 

2. Abiodun O, Shobowale O, Elikwu C, et al. Risk perception and knowledge of hepatitis B infection among cleaners in a tertiary hospital in Nigeria: A cross-sectional study. Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health. 2019;7(1):11-16. doi:10.1016/j.cegh.2017.12.001 

3. Abiodun O, Sodeinde K, Imhonopi G, Omotosho A, Amaike C. Social isolation is associated with major depressive disorders among women accessing HIV/AIDS care in Nigeria. AIDS Care. Published online June 23, 2021:1-5. doi:10.1080/09540121.2021.1944595 

4. Adefala N, Sodeinde K, Osinaike A, Bamidele F, Omotosho A. Condom use and associated factors among HIV-positive patients accessing care at a private tertiary health institution in the southwest, Nigeria. Babcock University Medical Journal (BUMJ). 2020;3:49-58. doi:10.38029/bumj.v3i1.26 

5. Olaleye AO, Jagun OO, Ajose AA, Sokeye EO, Omotosho A, Ekor O. Management of Intimate Partner Violence: Physicians’ readiness in Southwestern Nigeria (Management of Intimate Partner Violence). J Women’s Health Care. 2015;04(06). doi:10.4172/2167-0420.1000269