Hopewell Medical Center

Olufemi Aduroja, MD, MPH, FASN, FACP

Dr. Aduroja was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He attended medical school in Nigeria, the College of Medicine, University of Lagos before getting a master’s in public health degree at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is board-certified in internal medicine and nephrology after completing his US training in premier institutions like the Cleveland Clinic, Wayne State University and Virginia Commonwealth University. In addition, he is a certified hypertension specialist by the American Society of Hypertension.

In July 2018, he moved with his family to El Paso to help treat patients in the borderland region and to train future doctors as an employee of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He continues to collaborate in the teaching and training of medical student and resident doctors. 

Dr. Aduroja is acutely aware of the prevalence of diseases like diabetes and hypertension in the area and he is interested in preventing and managing the associated complications including kidney disease. Dr. Aduroja believes in the holistic approach to practicing medicine and works with each patient to develop management strategies to improve their overall health. He lives by the philosophy “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure”.
Outside of work, he is devoted husband and father of 3 children. He loves to read, watch sports, catch up on the news and be involved in his local church.
Dr. Aduroja keeps up to date with his medical knowledge and has authored several presentations at scientific conferences.