From New Zealand to the United States, Dr. Ngozi Ezinwa brings a global perspective to managing chronic disease.

Episode Highlights

  • 2:28 – Role in the community as a “bridging person”
  • 8:37 – Working with the World Health Organization in Geneva
  • 16:50 – Personal journey with lifestyle medicine
  • 20:27 – Slow and steady wins the race
  • 27:28 – Providing the highest standard of care

Featured Guest

Ngozi Ezinwa, MD

Dr. Ezinwa is a practicing family medicine physician at Loma Linda University Health with a focus in lifestyle medicine and chronic care management. Born in New Zealand, Dr. Ezinwa’s background shaped her unique view on the importance of time and community engagement in living a healthy life. Dr. Ezinwa is well traveled and has taken opportunities to practice medicine in Geneva with the World Health Organization, as well as the Red Cross in Indonesia. Beloved by her patients, Dr. Ezinwa’s disarming approach combines her gift for listening with the practical wisdom gleaned from her experience. Outside of work, Dr. Ezinwa enjoys spending time with her husband and four children.

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