According to John R. Tallett, MD, LEMS president, “The amalgamation of LEMS with Deidra Women’s Medical Health Services is consistent with our goal of providing accessible quality women’s health care in this community.“ He added, “Dr. Osula’s reputation precedes him as a highly-respected provider. Combining the resources of our respective practices allows him to focus on patient care, and leaves the business end to us.”
Dr. Osula is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and has been practicing locally since 2003. A native of Nigeria, he immigrated to the United States after high school and earned a Master’s degree in Organic Chemistry. He went on to earn his MD from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA and completed residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, CT. Locally, Dr. Osula has been recognized as “100 of Western New York’s TOP DOCS” – BUFFALO SPREE MAGAZINE, in each publication since 2006.
Deidra Women's Medical Health Services and LEMS office staff are working to ensure a seamless integration of patient care during this time. Current and future patients should expect no disruption in service and all major insurance plans are accepted.
Lake Erie Medical Services (LEMS) is a growing for-profit multi-specialty medical office practice located in scenic Northern Chautauqua County, New York. Formed in association with Brooks Memorial Hospital, the practice currently has two specialties; OB/GYN and General Surgery, with office locations in Fredonia and Dunkirk, NY. For information or to schedule an appointment, call 672-2000 Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. Dr. Osula’s patients may continue scheduling appointments at 366-5222 at this time.
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