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THE ONE NIMBA HOUSE MEDIA Inc (NIMBA D-9 TV) PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK IS DR. COZIE GWAIKOLO

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Our Personality of the Week is selected based on your selfless services to the growth and development of your communities, districts, counties, country and the world at large as way of helping to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

Dr. Cozie Gwaikolo

Please meet our Personality of the Week

Dr. Cozie Gwaikolo, MD, MAS was born on

September 23, 1981. He hails from Zekepa, Nimba County the proposed Capital City of Liberia as named by Former President Madame Ellen Johnson Sirleaf because of its geographical location.

Let’s kindly walk through our Personality of this Week Education:

2005 he earned Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology, Cuttington University,

2013 he earned Doctor of Medicine (MD), A.M.Dogliotti College of Medicine University of Liberia,

2019 he earned Internal Medicine Specialty Training (MLCPS), Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons,

2022 he earned Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Epidemiological and Clinical Research, University of California San Francisco and

2022 he earned PhD Candidate (Year 1) Epidemiology and Implementation Science, University of California The United States of America

Dr. Cozie Gwaikolo and family

Kindly allow us to share just some of our Personality of the Week Professional Experiences:

From August 2019 – June 2020, he served as Acting Head of Department, Department of Internal Medicine; Tellewoyan Memorial Hospital, Lofa County, Liberia.

From July 2016 – July 2019 he served as Resident Doctor

Department of Internal Medicine. John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Monrovia, Liberia.

From January 2016 – June 2016 he served as General Medical Practitioner/Surgical Supervisor

J. D. J. Maternal and Pediatric Hospital, Paynesville, Montserrado County, Liberia.

From April 2015 – December 2015 he equally served as Acting Medical Director and ETU Doctor

Ebola Treatment Unit, International Medical Corps (IMC), Bong County, Liberia.

From August 2015 – December 2015 he served as

General Medical Practitioner C. B. Dunbar Maternal Hospital, Gbarnga, Bong County, Liberia.

From January 2015 – July 2015 he served as General Medical Practitioner

Phebe Hospital and School of Nursing, Bong County, Liberia.

Our Personality of the Week has equally been involved and still involve with Community-based initiative as follow:

Diabetes and Endocrine Society of Liberia (DESoL) – 2017 to present

Founding member/volunteer.

Activities: community education for diabetes and other noncommunicable diseases, screening and treatment.

Liberia Medical and Dental Association (LMDA) – 2013 to present

Member

Community Activities: Health outreach for underserved communities (education, health screening and treatment)

Allow us to share Our Personality of the Week Family life:

Dr. Cozie Gwaikolo is married to Dr. Joyce B. Gwaikolo for the past 6 years, have 4 wonderful children, 2 boys and two girls.

Dr, Gwaikolo loves swimming.

Dr. Cozie Gwaikolo and his family in the pool

Dr. Cozie Gwaikolo, for and on behalf of The Board of Trustees, Management & Staff here at the One Nimba House Media Inc which owns and operates Nimba D-9 TV including other businesses, we say congratulations and keep serving as we together strive in helping to Implementing The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

Congratulations!!

 You can equally be our next Personality of the Week, just keep serving.

Amb.Edmund C. Gbarwee

Compiled and posted by: Amb. Edmund C. Gbarwee

Learn, Teach SGDs Ambassador of Liberia, West Africa

Public Health Practitioner (BSc)

Founder/CEO The One Nimba House Media Inc

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