S2 Ep 2 The Health Priority
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It’s a fact! Black women lead the nation in education and new business ownership. Often with the connundrums of motherhood, being a spouse, and everything else that life brings. They tend to make every thing and every one else a priority, however, without their own health and strength in tact they can’t do this.
In this episode, your host George Dandridge Jr. EA is joined by the Mocha Womens Health Primer Dr. Tiffany Woodus OB/GYN.
Dr. Woodus is committed to doing her part to end women’s care disparities through education, excellence, and empowerment. Having over a decade of healthcare experience, she completed a Doctor of Medicine degree from The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and an internship and residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center(UTSW)/Parkland Health &_Hospital System in 2010.
During her tenure, Dr. Woodus was awarded with such accolades as distinguished teaching awards. She is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology. After completing training, Dr. Woodus continued at UTSW as an Assistant Professor in Obstetrics & Gynecology where she participated on various residency & policy development committees.
Dr. Woodus also was the recipient of numerous PACT awards while at UTSW. This recognition is given to individuals who have demonstrated the highest level of care and service to patients.
Following her tenure at UTSW, Dr. Woodus served as an Ob Hospitalist at
Baylor Scott & White Frisco Medical Center where she currently remains on staff.
Dr. Woodus is loved and respected by her patients who nominated her as a Mom Approved Doc in 2016, 2017, & 2019 in DFW Child magazine. Dr. Woodus is involved in numerous civic and social organizations in the DFW area. In her spare time, Dr. Woodus enjoys spending time with her husband of 9 years and 3 children, a 6 year old daughter and 3 year old twins.
Dr. Woodus is currently in the process of opening a private practice clinic in Cedar Hill, TX dedicated to eliminating disparities in Women’s Health care. The clinic is scheduled to open this fall.