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Dr. Olajumoke Adubifa M.D., Geriatrician

Dr. Olajumoke Adubifa M.D.

Geriatrician | Geriatric Medicine

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100 E Jeffery St Center Building, Dep Kankakee IL, 60901
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3/5

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Dr. Olajumoke Adubifa practices Geriatric Medicine in Kankakee, IL. Geriatricians prevent, manage, and develop care plans that address the special health problems of the elderly. Dr. Adubifa works as part of a team with other healthcare providers, to address the natural aging that goes on within the body and to manage multiple medical problems and ensure social support.

Education and Training

Second Moscow Med Inst, Russian State Med Univ, Moscow, Russia 1983

Board Certification

Family Medicine American Board of Family Medicine ABFM

Provider Details

Female English

Residency

  • Loyola Univ Med Ctr, Geriatric Medicine-Internal Medicine; Cook County Hosp, Family Medicine
  • Cook County Hospital Program

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Olajumoke Adubifa M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 100 E Jeffery St

100 E Jeffery St -
Kankakee, IL 60901
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New patients: 815-939-8661

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