32-year-old Nigerian, Dr. Foyekemi Adeyemo Ikyaator
is the emergency room physician and Medical Director of Life
SaversER located in Houston, Texas.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
and Public Health. The Nigerian native was practically raised in
the States and groomed to care for the physical well being of
No doubt coming from a structured support system that
purported academic superiority, Dr. Foye received her education on
a full academic scholarship. A self-proclaimed human rights
proponent, the silver lining of Dr. Foye is simply helping
Life Savers Emergency Room was created to meet the medical
needs of Houston. They are a stand-alone emergency room, meaning
they are not attached to a hospital. Dr. Foye enjoy Emergency
Medicine tremendously and at Life Savers ER, they are able to
provide the same ER care much more efficiently than at the hospital
because they have an onsite laboratory, radiology equipment and
pharmacy. There is no waiting in line for your labs to get sent or
processed. Nor is there the risk of waiting in the waiting room for
hours to be seen by a doctor.
After completing her residency in Emergency Medicine in 2012, at
the Emory School of Medicine and Public Health, in Atlanta GA, Dr.
Foye moved to Houston TX. to further her practice. She gained
extensive experience working within the St.
Lukeâ€™s Health System. Within a few short years,
she decided it was time to do what she wanted to do.
Today, Dr. Foye direct the free-standing Life Savers
Emergency Room where she can take more time with her patients and
counsel them on specific needs as well as promote the kind of
medicine that she believes is necessary in
Dr. Foye is married to Orseer Ikyaator and they are
blessed with a boy. Also see a photo of her as a little girl with
her mother, Mrs Foluso Adetutu Adeyemo.
Photo credit: Foyekemi Ikyaator/Facebook