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Debo Odulana
Co-Founder and CEO at Doctoora


Dr Debo Odulana is a medical doctor, health management consultant and the founder/CEO at Doctoora e-health ltd, an infrastructure as a service startup in Nigeria, providing private practitioners with access to fully serviced medical facilities they can rent for their private practice. Debo has 8 years of experience in clinical service delivery, healthcare operations management, marketing, strategic planning, performance improvement and innovation management gleaned from career endeavours in the Middle East, England and Africa. He started his career as a professional education consultant for Johnson & Johnson (DePUY orthopaedics) in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, where he led marketing education events focused on training surgeons on the use of DePUY products.

Locally, Debo has worked across all domains in the Nigerian hospital & healthcare service delivery sector, with significant exposure across the public and private sectors in both urban and rural areas. He is a driven, naturally curious, problems olver with an analytical mind inclined to question the status quo with strong interpersonal and technical aptitudes gleaned from his career endeavours in acute health services, medical devices and strategy consulting.

Debo is an alumnus of University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, where he earned his MBBS degree. He also holds a postgraduate degree in Health Management from Imperial College Business School. Debo is also the co-founder of "The Ministry Records", an indie record label and "The CyberLogik Foundation", a charity, offering functional 3D printed prosthetics to Nigerian amputees. Debo is passionate about African development and wants to make positive contributions to improving healthcare delivery and reducing poverty globally by leveraging on innovation and education. He is the co-founder and advisory board member of the Africa Business Club at the Imperial College Business School.

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