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Annette B. Gadegbeku,


Title: Associate Professor

Practices: Drexel Family Medicine, Drexel Center for Women's Health

Specialty: Family Medicine, Women's Health, Primary Care, Primary Care for Women


Drexel Family Medicine
10 Shurs Lane
Suite 203, Jamestown Street Entrance
Philadelphia, PA 19127
Maps & Directions

Phone: 215.482.1234
Fax: 215.482.0465
Drexel Family Medicine
219 N. Broad Street
1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Maps & Directions

Phone: 215.762.5145
Fax: 215.762.5467


  • BA in Biology - Brown University
  • MD - Temple University School of Medicine

Clinical Services

Primary care, Preventive medicine, Pediatric and adolescent care, Women's health, In-office procedures, Refugee health


Annette Gadegbeku, MD, primarily cares for patients at the Drexel Family Medicine Center City office, where she specializes in primary care for all ages. She currently serves as the physician preceptor for Drexel's H.O.P. (Health Outreach Projects) student-run clinics in the Philadelphia community. She serves as a primary care referral for the Healing Hurt People program, specializing in trauma-informed care. She is also the director for refugee health services at Center City and serves as physician ambassador for Glory Unlimited Ministries, with whom she participates in medical missions in rural Jamaica, Kenya and Puerto Rico.


  • Primary Care Faculty Development - Michigan State University


  • Family Medicine - Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

In the Media


"In the Media"
Gadegbeku A
Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, 70:156-157, 2016

"Effect of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure on Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Glucose Metabolism"
Gallegos L, Dharia T, Gadegbeku AB*
Hospital Practice, 42(2):31-37, 2014

"Ask the Doctor: Top 5 Ways to Stay Healthy This Winter"
Gadegbeku AB
DrexelNow and Drexel Quarterly, February 2012


"Dissecting Diversity in the Workplace"
Student National Medical Association, Drexel University College of Medicine Chapter, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2018

"Opioid Prescribing"
Interschool Naloxone Outreach Symposium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2017

"Women’s Health"
The Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services (DBHIDS) 7th Annual Faith and Spiritual Affairs Conference – “Journey of a Lifetime: A Collective Conversation for Healing,”  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,  2013

"Women’s Health"
March of Dimes: Breaking the Cycle of Infant Mortality in African American Communities, Faith Communities Uniting to Saving Babies: A Program for First Ladies and Female Congregational Leaders, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2012