Dr. Oluleke Badmos is one of the most highly rated obstetrician-gynecologists in Toronto, Canada.
A longtime staff member at Toronto East General Hospital for nearly thirty years, Oluleke has overseen thousands of healthy, safe and beautiful baby deliveries for new mothers. With career experience spanning multiple countries (Nigeria, England, and Canada) and also multiple medical specialties, Oluleke is one of the most well-rounded and attuned professionals in the industry.
Thanks to Oluleke’s exceptional bedside manner and personalized care, many of his patients have been loyal to him for years:
“I have been a patient of Dr. Badmos’ for 15 years. I still remember the first time I met him. I was 21 years old and on my first of three pregnancies. I was so nervous . One visit with Doctor Badmos and I knew I was in good hands.”
“I have been a patient of Dr. Badmos’ for over 10 years. He has been there through the challenges and has always been a great support. He shared in our joy when we finally had our first child and we were thrilled to have him deliver our second child.”
In a medical specialty that can often seem overwhelming or confusing, Dr. Oluleke provides the calm, well-informed expertise and methodology that patients need. For this reason, his name is recommended in personal circles and he is often the go-to for whole groups.
“My family– sisters, mother, extended family and friends– have all had the pleasure of having him as their ob-gyn and always have great things to say.”
“I know several other ladies who have seen him and they all say the same: no matter the reason you are seeing him, he can take care of you and swiftly.”
Dr. Oluleke Badmos has developed decades-long relationships with his patients and always emphasizes the importance of educating them on their procedures, so that they can feel confident and informed about their decisions. He also trains Toronto East General Hospital residents in colposcopy to ensure high-quality, competent service for patients.
Passionate about educating himself as well, Dr. Oluleke has taken numerous physician leadership courses run by Canada Medical Association. He is also an assistant professor at the University of Toronto, where he has won numerous teaching awards, including the Dr. John H. Fowler Excellence in Teaching Award (three non-consecutive times) and the Berlex Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. As a professor he continues to conduct important research in his field, the results of which have been noted in publications like Arrival World and the Journal of Family Planning.