Dr. Emmanuel Bamidele

About Me:

Dr. Emmanuel Bamidele is a Community Health Consultant who specializes in Occupational Health and Epidemiology. He is renowned for his prompt and effective decision-making ability. A meticulous planner with strong leadership qualities, Bamidele is versatile, dynamic and innovative in the discharge of his duties with the ability to work under stringent conditions and deliver within allocated time-frame. Emmanuel has had several trainings in the field of Public Health which included capacity building workshop on new harmonized data collection and reporting tools by IHVN in 2013; training on viral load sample collection and HIV quality assurance in 2017; training on diabetes management by CHAN in 2018; training on importance of protein in the prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in 2018 and Occupational Health and industrial medical practice course in 2019. His career objective is to work with a team of resilient and goal-oriented individuals, blending innovation with good work ethics towards interpreting the company’s values and exploring the boundless possibilities of science in ensuring a healthy, disease-free environment. He has had several publications to his credit.


2008      MBBS            Medicine and Surgery                      LAUTECH, Oyo State 

2016      MPH              Public Health                                   Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye 

2020     Fellowship      Community Health                           West African College of Physicians 


Lecturer 1/ Honorary consultant Jan, 2021 to date 

Babcock University Teaching Hospital/Babcock University 

Senior Registrar Oct, 2017 to 2020 

Babcock University Teaching Hospital 

Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State. 

Registrar 2014 to 2017 

Babcock University Teaching Hospital 

Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State. 

Medical Officer 2012 to 2014 

Babcock Medical Centre, Ilishan –Remo, Ogun State. 

Consultation and treatment of patients 

HIV/Tuberculosis/ infant welfare care clinic 

Health talks on public health importance 



1. Abiodun O, Sodeinde K, Bamidele F, Ojinni Y, Adekeye J, Ohiaogu F, Mbonu F. (2019) Intimate partner violence among women accessing care services at tertiary hospitals in Ogun state, Nigeria: Implication for policy and practice. doi:10.11771/0886260520909189. 

2. Abiodun O, Ladi-Akinyemi B, Sotunsa J, Bamidele F, Adepoju A, David N. A Single-Blind, Parallel Design RCT to Assess the Effectiveness of SMS Reminders in Improving ART Adherence among Adolescents Living with HIV (STARTA Trial) Journal of Adolescent Health 

3. Ogunkoya JO, Bamidele EF, Ngubor TD, Uka AT, Ani FC, Ogunkoya OA. Assessment of Safety Practices and Uses of Personal Protective Equipment among Petrol Pump Attendants within Sagamu Metropolis in Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Health, Safety and Environment .vol 7 (03) 30 June, 2021; PP 801-809 

4. Bamidele E, Sodeinde K, Adefala N, Osinaike A, Omotosho A. (2020). Drug Adherence among Adult Hypertensive Attending Medical Out-Patient Clinic in Babcock University Teaching Hospital Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State. BUMJ.3 (1):37-44