Dr. Lanre Akinkunmi is the clinical director for Primary Care and Population Health, Cecil Campus. In this role, Dr. Akinkunmi is responsible for providing clinical leadership and implementing population health initiatives on the Cecil Campus and within the Cecil County practices in connection with the campus leadership and Medical Group leadership structure.
Areas of Expertise (1)
Family & Community Medicine
Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts-Amherst: MBA
University of Ibadan: M.D.
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Getting vaccinated is a holiday gift for all, say health officials
Cecil Daily online
NEWARK, Del. — Getting vaccinated against coronavirus and influenza is a gift you give yourself and those you love said Dr. Lanre Akinkunmi, Clinical Director of Primary Care and Population Health at ChristianaCare Union Hospital. Cecil County is experiencing the same ‘tripledemic’ being seen nationwide with high instances of illness due to COVID, flu and/or respiratory syncytial virus or RSV. “The symptoms are all similar, which is why it’s difficult to determine which the patient has,” Akinkunmi said. Those symptoms include fever, cough, head and body ache, and a runny nose.