March marks one year since the Covid-19 pandemic quarantine began. It seems unreal that 365 days have come and gone, and yet not much and everything has changed. If you’re reading this, you made it. When I reflect on this past year and the many personal losses I’ve grieved, I’m incredibly grateful for my health and that of my family.
The global pandemic changed our lives in countless ways. For many, it has prevented us from tending to our overall health. Illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and diabetes did not pause because of COVID-19.
Let’s talk together about how to regain control of our health and wellness. Join UBMA, in partnership with Henry Ford Health System, for a virtual Health Talk with with Dr. Abi Osobamiro and Dr. Tisa Johnson-Hooper, on Sunday, March 21, 6pm EST.
Abi M. Osobamiro, MD specializes in internal medicine with Alliance Health Professionals in Mt. Clemens and is a member of the medical staff at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, Clinton Township. She is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She received her medical degree from the University of Ibadan. She completed her residency and internship in at University College Hospital, Detroit Medical Center/Sinai Grace Hospital, and Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit.
Tisa M. Johnson-Hooper, MD is a member of the Henry Ford Medical Group. She is a primary care Pediatrician at Henry Ford New Center One in Detroit Michigan. Dr. Johnson-Hooper is also the Medical Director for the Henry Ford Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD) as well as one of the providers for the CADD multidisciplinary diagnostic team. She is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. She graduated from the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine and completed her residency and internship at Boston Combined Residency in Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital/Boston Medical Center and completed one year fellowship training in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Join us and RSVP below. Let’s Be Well Together.