Throughout his career, Dr. Obi, as well as Obi Plastic Surgery Clinic, has been the subject of several plastic surgery articles and publications. Here are several we’ve collected and would like to share.
In November 2015, Dr. Lewis J. Obi and Obi Plastic Surgery appeared in the inaugural issue of Circles Social Datebook & Charity Register, a new magazine that according to editors Pamela and Seth Williams, is; “A magazine that tells the story of a charitable city built on the foundation of Southern hospitality, gratitude and an overwhelming sense of faith in a better tomorrow.” Read More >>
Dr. Lewis J. Obi was featured in JACKSONVILLE TOP DOCS Magazine again in the June 2014 issue. Dr. Obi graduated Cum Laude, Rho Chi and Phi Kappa Phi from the University of Florida, acquired a five year degree in three years. After working as a pharmacist he graduated Cum Laude and AOA from the University of Miami. Dr. Obi then completed his residencies in General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Hand Surgery and Maxillofacial Surgery with additional training in Cardiovascular Surgery. Read More>>
In May 2014, the Expert Guide Magazine – based in London, focused on “Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery” and featured leading plastic surgeons from around the world. Dr. Lewis J. Obi was among the surgeons who represented the United States in this issue, (Pages 52-57) Read More>>
With all he has achieved both in his career and through his myriad hobbies which includes art collecting, marathon running, and martial arts, some might stop or at least slow down, but not this Jacksonville, Fla, physician. Read More>>
“The best deal I ever made was pleading my service to America and enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. Not only did I have the honor of defending the greatest country in the world, but my training as a Marine gave me the wisdom, courage, discipline and sensitivity to chart a thrilling and challenging destiny.” Read More>>
Lewis J. Obi believes medicine is truly an art and of all the various specialties plastic surgery stands out as symbolizing medicine’s contribution to art. For more than four decades the cover of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has featured art with informative narrations. Read More>>
As a prominent and lifelong member of Jacksonville’s medical community, Dr. Lewis J. Obi was featured in “Florida’s Pioneer Medical Society”; A history of the Duval County Medical Society & medicine in Northeast Florida. Read More>>