EDGE MEDICAL CENTER HOUSES AN 18-ROOM INPATIENT WARD. EACH ROOM EQUIPPED WITH AN ELECTRONIC BED, TV, AND WIFI
PHARMACY AND IMAGING DEPARTMENT
EDGE MEDICAL CENTER PROVIDES IMAGING SERVICES AND ON-SITE PHARMACY FOR EASY ACCESS TO PATIENT MEDICATION
EDGE MEDICAL CENTER PROVIDES 24/7 ON-SITE STAFF AND PHYSICIAN TO BE ABLE TO PROVIDE THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE TO PATIENTS
EASY ACCESS AND DIRECTIONS TO ALL BUILDINGS AND DEPARTMENTS
Edge Medical center Ltd houses an 8 comfortable chair dialysis room with cable TV access while dialysis occurs.
EDGE MEDICAL CENTER SUPPLIES THE NECESSARY TRANSPORT TO PROVIDE PATIENT AIDE IN REMOTE AREAS IF NECESSARY
Edge Medical Center Ltd is the brainchild of George C. Ego-Osuala MBBCh; FACP, who is also the President and Medical Director. Dr. George Ego-Osuala received his medical degree from the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus and graduated in 1976. He did his Internship at the UNTH Enugu and served the Nation under the NYSC as the Medical Officer in Charge of the Health Center in Mokwa, Niger State. After serving in the NYSC, he worked for the Imo State Hospitals Management Board. He was the Medical Officer-in-Charge of Arochukwu General Hospital Abia State (then Imo State) for a period in 1980. During this period, he was also a member of the Abiriba Zonal Hospital Management Board. He later worked for a brief period at the Aba General Hospital, Abia State (then Imo State). After satisfying the Professional Practice Act, Dr. George Ego-Osuala went into private practice in Umuebo village, Ehime, Mbano in 1981, where he established the first hospital in that area – GEOPAT Internal Clinic.
In 1990, Dr. George Ego-Osuala emigrated to the United States and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Woodhull Medical and Mental Hospital, in New York. Thereafter, he worked for a huge private practice in Maryland and was credentialed in several hospitals in the Washington DC Metropolitan area and these include Howard University Hospital, Washington Hospital Center, Prince Georges Hospital Center, Greater Southeast Community Hospital, Providence Hospital, Washington Adventist Hospital and Doctor’s Community Hospital. He proceeded to open his own successful practice in 1997, which has different locations in Maryland. Dr. George Ego-Osuala was elected a Fellow Of the American College of Physicians in 2002.
After living in diaspora, Dr. George Ego-Osuala believes that he owes his society a service to contribute to the reforming and upgrading of the healthcare standards in his homeland of Imo State, in particular and Nigeria at large. He decided to fulfill his lifelong dream of setting up a World-Class hospital, which will render top-notch medical services to the locales, as well as the community at large. He recognizes that such an endeavor will benefit his homeland through education, provision of world class healthcare, and also by providing jobs. He also hopes to inspire others in diaspora to invest and help to rebuild Nigeria by using the resources they have acquired abroad.
Dr, George Ego-Osuala FACP, has a passion for taking care of patients of all types but has a special passion for patients with Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Hepatitis, Arthrtitis, Heart conditions and Asthma to name a few. Dr. George Ego-Osuala is happily married to his wife of over 30 years, Dr. (Mrs) Edith Ego-Osuala. Dr. (Mrs.) Ego-Osuala who holds a Masters Degree in Health Services Administration and a Doctorate Degree in Organizational Leadership, is the Vice President and Hospital Administrator of Edge Medical Center Ltd. They have seven sons and five grandchildren at this time.
George Ego-Osuala BMBCh, FACP is not all medicine; he holds the Nze and Chieftaincy Titles and he is also a Knight of St Christopher of the Anglican Church.
Edge Medical Center is a technologically advanced private hospital in Owerri. We use the latest in technology to deliver excellent healthcare. We utilize Cloud based technologies for lab results, imaging and electronic health records which connects physicians and patients from any location. This will improve access to patient clinical information for both patient and physician.
-- Dr George C Ego-Osuala MD,FACP