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Moses Nkwachukwu Adiele, Nigerian, American state official. Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, Federal Licensure Examiners Medical Board. Named Outstanding Resident Physician, Howard University Hospital, Washington, 1982.

Background

Adiele, Moses Nkwachukwu was born on June 22, 1951 in Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria. Came to the United States 1973. Son of Robert O. and Virginia A. Adiele.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1976. Doctor of Medicine, Howard University, 1980. Master in Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 1981.

Master in Social Service, United States Army War College, 2001.

Career

Internship family practice, Howard U. Hospital, Washington, 1981-1982;residence family practice, Howard U. Hospital, Washington, 1982-1984;public health clinician, Baltimore City Health Department, 1980-1981;medical house officer, Howard U. Hospital, Washington, 1981-1984;internship in family practice, N000, 1981-1982;residency in family practice, N000, 1982-1984;assistant director public health, Virginia State Health Department, Richmond, 1984-1986;district health director, Virginia State Health Department, Boydton, 1986-1987;public health officer, clinician, Virginia State Health Department, Richmond, 1987-1990;consultant, director medical support services, Virginia State Department Medical Assistant Superior vena cava syndrome, Richmond, since 1990. Consultant International United Black Fund, Washington, 1984-1990.

Membership

Role model youth education Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority, 1984. Volunteer physician Richmond Area High Blood Pressure Center, 1985—1990. Commander 4215th United States Army Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, 1997—2000, 348th General Hospital, Pedrictown, New Jersey, since 2000.

Board directors Commonwealth council Girl Scouts United States, since 2002. Fellow American Academy Family Physicians (recognition award 1991), American College Medical Quality (Recognition award 1992), American College Preventive Medicine (Recognition award 1999). Member American Medical Association (physician recognition award 1984, 89, 91, 97, 2000, 2003), American College Physician Executives (Recognition award 1998), Association African Physicians in North America (president 1982-1984, recognition award 1991), Virginia Public Health Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: running, reading, volleyball, singing.

Connections

Married Vickie I. Eseonu, July 7, 1984. Children: Elizabeth, Robert, Casey.