Board Member

1/19/66 – Born in Ghana to Beatrice and Emmanuel Asihene, 3rd of 4 children

2/1972 – Immigrated to USA. Lived in Columbus, OH at Ohio State University campus.

5/1975 – Moved to Atlanta, GA.  With Ph.D completed at OSU, my father became professor at Clark-Atlanta University

6/1984 – Graduated from Woodland High School as class valedictorian

6/1987 – Graduated  Summa Cum Laude from Georgia State University with B.S. in Biology with Distinction and Honors (published a research project)

1988 – Naturalized USA citizen

12/1992 – Graduated from Morehouse School of Medicine

1992- 1995 – Graduated  internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Cambridge Hospital Harvard Medical School

7/5/1998 – Employed by Florida Health Care Plans, Inc. (resigned in 7/2020)

1998-Present – Multiple health fairs in Volusia County to improve health

2001 – Divorced due to domestic violence from spouse and became single parent of 3 children

2002-Present – Medical missions to underserved areas of the world (Central America, Africa, Asia, South America, Australia)- conducted fundraisers and built two wells in Tanzania which transformed the community

2003-Present – Member of Calvary Christian Center in Ormond Beach

2005 – Doctor of the Year, Bert Fish Medical Center

2014 – Vitals Compassionate Doctor Award

2016, 2019 – Vitas Best Award

2017 – America’s Most Honored Professionals, Top 5%

2017 – Hometown Hero Award, Volusia County