Dr. Victor Nwiloh was born in Nigeria where he attended medical school at the University of Ibadan. Upon graduation in 1995, he completed internship at the Nigerian Army Base Hospital, Lagos before moving to the United States of America where he completed residency training at Morehouse School of Medicine/ Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA in 2002. He went on to complete a 2 year fellowship in Preventive/ Occupational Medicine and also obtained a Masters of Science in Public Health at the University of South Florida, Tampa in 2006.

Dr. Nwiloh is board certified in Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine. Since 2002, Dr. Nwiloh has worked in various healthcare setting across the United States as a Primary care physician, Occupational Medicine / Urgent care physician and a Hospitalist.

Dr Nwiloh has participated and presented a few research papers and publications at various academic meetings and is also a member of multiple professional Societies including the American College of physicians and American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB).

On a personal note, Dr. Nwiloh has a great sense of humor and enjoys the company of light hearted people. He is a husband and a father who delights in hanging out with his family. He also enjoys watching/ playing soccer and listening to music. Above all things,