Dr. Jolayemi Oladimeji
Jolayemi A. Oladimeji is one doctor who has seen it all. Dr. Oladimeji has studied and practiced medicine all over the world. Oladimeji, who is originally from Oshogbo, Nigeria, is now the medical doctor at the Community Dialysis Center in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Oladimeji is the director of quality assurance management and oversees the center’s clinical staff. Dr. Yemi Oladimeji has been in charge of many medical practices throughout the world and strives to provide the best medical care possible. Pioneering physician Yemi Oladimeji founded the first home dialysis care center in the state of Maryland. Jolayemi also had a contract to operate an acute renal dialysis unit in a Washington, D.C.-area hospital as well as numerous nursing homes. Oladimeji advocated for his patients and helped make getting the care they needed more convenient for them. Dr. Yemi laid the foundation for his career in medicine while he was still living in Nigeria. Oladimeji studied at the Ministry of Science and Technology and The Polytechnic Ibadan, where he studied microbiology. In 1987, after earning two diplomas in his home country, Yemi Oladimeji, MD headed for the United States of America to further his education even more. Oladimeji went to La Salle University in Philadelphia and earned his bachelor’s of science degree in biochemistry in 1991. After a short break, Dr. Yemi traveled to the West Coast and studied at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Yemi received a master’s in public health and persevered in his education and earned his PhD in biomedical science in 2000 from Pacific Western University. He also holds a Medical Degree from St. Luke College Of Medicine and received advanced training at Indiana State University, College Of Medicine, Department of Micro Surgery. He is also a member of National Association of Managed Care Physicians. With his numerous degrees in tow, and having worked in Rwanda, a country in Africa, and retuning to Nigeria on and off, Oladimeji was ready to embark on a successful career in medicine that would eventually lead to his current position at Community Dialysis Center.