Dr. Ogbu was born in Nsukka, Nigeria. He is a graduate of the College of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. He obtained a Masters of Public Health Degree with Distinction at the prestigious Dundee University in Scotland, United Kingdom before proceeding to Brooklyn New York where he completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Interfaith Medical Center. His quest for specialized training in Nephrology, took him to the renowned University of Alabama at Birmingham where he completed a fellowship training in Clinical and Interventional Nephrology.
Dr. Ogbu has 14 years’ experience in the field of Interventional Nephrology with a special interest in advanced procedures such as Percutaneous Access Creation and Endovascular Fistula Salvage. He is one of the founding members of Provident Interventional Nephrology Group, and remains a Medical Director at the DAC Surgery Center of Corpus Christi, Texas, RGV Vascular Access Center in Brownsville, Texas, Laredo Dialysis Access Center, Laredo Texas, and Upper Valley Dialysis Access Center in Mission Texas.
In addition to his Interventional Nephrology practice in South Texas, Dr Ogbu is an active attending General Nephrologist with Bay Area Kidney Disease Physicians.
Dr. Ogbu is a Fellow of the American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology and a Board Certified Nephrologist.
Dr. Ogbu currently resides in Corpus Christ, TX with his wife and children. When he is not busy trying to save kidneys and maintain dialysis accesses he enjoys reading, physical fitness and inner-city health promotion.
Education and Credentials
|Education||College of Medicine and Dentistry in Enugu State, Nigeria|
|Internship||Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY|
|Residency||Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY|
|Fellowship||University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL|
|Board Certification||Internal medicine, nephrology|