New Obstetrician-Gynecologist joins NHH medical team – Welcome to Dr. Emmanuel Udoeyop
Northumberland Hills Hospital (NHH) is pleased to announce the recent arrival of Dr. Emmanuel Udoeyop, who joins the hospital’s growing Obstetrics-Gynecology (OB-GYN) division, which also includes Department Head Dr. Nassar Abu Awad and Dr. Asiya Hameed.
“Dr. Udoeyop’s specialized skillset and expertise will be of great benefit to the growing community of west Northumberland County,” said Susan Walsh, NHH President and CEO. “The addition of a third OB-GYN to the NHH medical team is the result of a proactive recruitment effort aligned with our strategic plan and we are so pleased to be welcoming Dr. Udoeyop to the team at this time.”
"On behalf of NHH’s medical staff, I am very pleased to welcome Dr. Udoeyop to NHH,” said Dr. Mukesh Bhargava, Chief of Staff. “Dr. Udoeyop possesses an impressive wealth of knowledge that will allow us to continue expanding and developing the specialized scope of practice offered by our talented OB-GYN team.”
Dr. Udoeyop brings over 25 years of experience as an Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OB-GYN) with a special interest in urogynecology and Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgeries (MIGS), a specialty he introduced as a Consultant OB-GYN with Lakeridge Health Oshawa. In addition to acting as a Lead Physician and Trainer for MIGS at Lakeridge, he is also a trained Colposcopist and Member of the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP).
Throughout his career, Dr. Udoeyop has gained valuable experience working with OB-GYN departments across Canada and internationally, including Royal Bournemouth Hospital (Bournemouth, England), Victoria Hospital (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), Cornwall Community Hospital (Cornwall, Ontario), and most recently, Lakeridge Health Oshawa (Oshawa, Ontario).
He has also served as a Lecturer and Consultant with College of Medicine, University of Jos in Nigeria and is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in Obstetrics-Gynecology, Department of Family Medicine program at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
“NHH is a very pleasant place to work,” said Dr. Udoeyop. “Everyone’s friendly. I’ve met friends here, and it feels like home already.”
A letter of introduction, including contact details, is being shared with primary care providers in the area. Expectant mothers looking for obstetrical care are encouraged to refer to NHH’s Maternal Child Care directory for details on the various options (family physician, midwife and OB-GYN) available at NHH.