Elochukwu Osoego, PA-C, is a physician assistant and the co-founder of Innovative Medical Clinic in Jefferson City, Missouri. Elochukwu strives to deliver patient-centered care and help you achieve your health goals.
Elochukwu was born and raised in Nigeria. Growing up, he helped run his father’s textile business and was responsible for international inventory purchases, accounts receivables, and managing the day-to-day operations. Though he enjoyed the experiences of working in business, he believed his true calling was in healthcare.
He immigrated to the United States in 2007, and pursued two bachelor’s degrees at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. While pursuing his degree, he worked in patient care at a local nursing home. After graduating, he worked as a nuclear medicine technologist at Bothwell Regional Health Center and the University of Missouri Health Care.
During his time as a technologist, Elochukwu was honored with multiple awards. One of his mentors saw his potential and recommended him to complete physician assistant school. He went on to attend Stephens College, completing his master’s degree in physician assistant studies.
Elochukwu specializes in emergency medicine and primary care at Innovative Medical Clinic, but he also enjoys his role as an assistant professor for Stephens College’s physician assistant program.