Stefani Hudson, MD: Physician, medical director, teacher
I am a family physician at the Ypsilanti Health Center, where I also serve as medical director. The duties of medical director include coordinating the activities of faculty, residents, staff, and nurses. I have the opportunity to teach medical students and resident physicians. I also work at the Hope Clinic, which is a free clinic in Ypsilanti. Lastly, I am a consultant for Community Support and Treatment Services, which is the agency contracted by Washtenaw County to provide services to the severely mentally ill and patients with other disabilities.
I truly enjoy getting to know my patients and their families while helping them to improve both their physical and mental health.
I enjoy listening to many genres of music (such as jazz, R&B, gospel, rock, pop, and hip hop) and attending concerts. I also enjoy relaxing at the spa.
My parents have been my greatest role models and they continue to amaze and inspire me every day.
I just finished reading Commanding Your Morning by Cindy Trimm. This is a must-read for those looking to reach their full potential in life.
Anyone who goes out of his or her way to do something positive for another person.
I recognized my calling to become a physician when I was twelve years old, and I haven’t looked back since.
Do Monday’s work on Monday.