Parenting isn’t a stroll in the park, but some people appear to practice this art naturally. The ability to live a life that can motivate your children to work hard like you isn’t always the goal of many parents. In most families, even under the guidance of their parents, children can wander their own ways of life. Nevertheless, one Nigerian-American family has achieved a wonderful goal and went viral on social media after four of their children have become doctors like their brother.
Dr. Oye graduated with a degree in medicine from the Health Center University in North Texas. His General Surgery residence has been carried out by Albert Einstein Medical Center branch at the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Oye graduated from the Arizona Heart Institute in Tucson, Az through his specialty program in specialized vascular and endovascular surgery. Dr. Oye didn’t forget the origins in his life’s great achievement. He returned from Nigeria and opened the hospital. He returned to his home country.
He is also a father of four highly intelligent children, with his determination, strength and hard work. His girls, Michelle, David, Monique, Melissa Oye, of course, have grown to love and honor him. They also chose to follow him and also become doctors as well. And now they all have a goal of ultimately having their own practices, looking at their dad’s achievements.
On the official website, Dr. Oye calls his patients and states, ‘ I want to announce I am now taking patients at my clinic, the Western Virginia Vascular Institute located in the South West Virginia Clinic, at 250 Stanaford Avenue, next to Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital.
I can render to your patients service such as, but not limited to: endovascular, open vascular and special interest procedures; these include minimal-invasive varicose vein treatment, advanced wound-care, hyperbaric ozone-therapy, neurometrix testing.
African-American Success has made headlines in such many respects that more and more individuals are resistant to the odds of getting better in their fields of interest.
And this will encourage more of the African-American families to fight the tide and to take up their opportunity for a better morning. At the end of the day, it boils down to personal efforts made every day