Dr Omobolaji Iji
MBBS, MRCGP, MRCS, Dip SEM
"The Spire team are professional and it is a pleasure developing the service with them."
I graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan Nigeria in January 1999. After graduation, I worked as a General Practitioner for a few years before undergoing Postgraduate Surgical training. I obtained the membership for the Royal College of Surgeons in 2007. Since then, I have had a rich medical career with experience spanning multiple hospital specialties.
I completed my General Practice Specialty training in Newcastle in 2016 and I have been practicing as a sessional GP in Newcastle. In addition, I work in the Bupa wellness centre offering health screening and lifestyle advice. In 2017, I obtained a Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of Bath. I now work with the Defence Medical Services at the Catterick Regional Rehabilitation Unit in North Yorkshire as a Sports and Exercise Medicine physician with experience treating elite sports injuries.
I am very passionate about telemedicine and I have worked with the two major telemedicine providers in the UK. Currently i am working alongside stakeholders to develop a telemedicine service for the NHS.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Omobolaji Iji at Spire include:
MBBS / University of Ibadan, Nigeria / 1999
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MRCS / London / 2007
Membership of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland
MRCGP / UK / 2016
Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Dip SEM / University of Bath / 2017
Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine
British Medical Association (BMA)
Royal College of General Practitioners
SEM Doctor, Defence Medical Services Regional Rehabilitation Unit, Catterick
GP, Tekihealth Solutions
Sessional GP, North East GP practices
I enjoy spending my spare time with my wife and three children. I am a sports enthusiast and I particularly enjoy watching football. I also volunteer in various capacities at my local church.