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Abiodun Omoloja, MD, MBA

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Dr. Omoloja is a nephrologist as well as the medical informatics officer at Dayton Children's Hospital. He is also a board certified physician informaticist and a professor of pediatrics at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.

The department of pediatric nephrology provides comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for the entire range of disorders of the kidney, urinary tract and hypertension. Inpatient and outpatient consultations are available for patients with electrolyte acid base and blood pressure disorders. Consultation for calcium and phosphorus disorders, and blood pressure disorders are also provided. The department offers specialized procedures for renal replacement therapy including hemodyalysis, peritoneal dialysis and hemofiltration/hemodiafiltration (CAVH/CVVH) for acute inpatients.

education and training

  • medical school: University of Ilorin, Nigeria
  • fellowship: Pediatric nephrology and hypertension, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • board certification: pediatric nephrology and clinical informatics
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We had a visit with a new to us, doctor. He was knowledgeable, patient, and answered all my questions. He was very attentive to my child and made him feel included, despite being only 2 years old. I appreciate that.

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He was great with my grandson where my grandson understands and I understand and then he would just like he would his own kid. Thank you.

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I was asked to reschedule my child's six month follow appointment two times due to meetings or conflicts in the provider's schedule. I have to plan time off work far in advance, and I try hard for her to miss as little school as possible. She sees multiple specialists and having to miss school for every appointment adds up. At the end of the visit, the check out nurse gave me a school note that had the wrong appointment time on it. I didn't catch that until after we got home, and it was not easy to get a correct note the following business day. The nurse said she would have it ready but it wasn't. I couldn't schedule the next appointment and have to wait to be called back. I just hope that happens in a timely manner, not last minute, and not changed twice again. The check in nurse asked for a urine sample and gave us a cup and two betadine wipes. She did not hand out gloves, and there weren't any gloves in the bathroom. Betadine stains and I was not happy! No OB wipes to clean off her skin afterwards. After all the work to get the sample from my daughter, then it wasn't even needed! Next time I will ask to hold off on a urine sample until the end of the visit. Several of my daughter's medications had changed from non-Dayton Children's providers, and the check in nurse was not comfortable updating the list so that the correct strengths and doses would print on her visit summary. Thankfully, Dr. Omoloja was able to do this. It's important to me that all of my child's providers have access to her most current medication list as it is lengthy. The doctor is always very professional and has good rapport with my daughter.

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