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Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD

Founder/CEO

RechargedMD

Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD, is the founder/CEO of RechargedMD. As a board-certified
internist and former clinical assistant professor at University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba has cared for patients and taught internal medicine residents. During her time as a practicing physician, she has experienced the deep gratification and frustration of clinical practice. She overcame the struggles of burnout with the tools and services she turned into RechargedMD.

She aims to change the national discourse around burnout to focus on systems-level challenges and solutions in our current healthcare landscape. Through RechargedMD, her mission is to positively impact the healthcare system and improve the practice of medicine for clinicians and patients alike.

Dr. Edwards-Ojeba is currently an attending physician at UCSF, and a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American Medical Women’s Association. She also serves on the board of California Association of Healthcare Leaders. She graduated from Harvard College with honors, attended Yale Medical School and completed her internal medicine residency training at UCSF.

Sessions

CEO-and Fellow-Exclusive Session with Ginny Clarke

Presented by Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD, Ginny Clarke at 10:15 AM on Tuesday, April 12th.

Join this CEO and Fellow-exclusive opportunity with Ginny Clarke to explore conscious leadership and organizational health. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and dig deeper into how organizations can establish a culture rooted in accountability, trust, integrity, and inclusion to thrive in the future of work. Learning Objectives: Describe challenges in moving towards…

Leadership Insights: When Wellness Meets Work – Addressing Clinician Burnout Through System-Level Change

Presented by Christine Cassel, MD, Sharon C. Kiely, MD, FACP, Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD at 1:30 PM on Monday, April 11th.

Join top physician leaders to discuss the current surge of clinician burnout and explore strategies for moving beyond preventing burnout to enhancing wellness. Panelists will share strategies to address this systemic issue and discuss the importance of system-level policy changes that begins in training programs as a means to tackling this important challenge. Learning Objectives:…