Meaghan Beasley, M.D., graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2013 after finishing undergraduate work at Saginaw Valley State University. Dr. Beasley was accepted to the Midland Family Medicine Residency Program where she was part of the inaugural four year class and served as chief resident during her last 2 years of training. Upon completion of residency in June 2017, she was excited to join the core faculty group, where she is now involved in patient care, resident precepting, and resident advising. Dr. Beasley holds a special interest in obstetrics and women’s health topics and procedures, and she holds status as an ALSO instructor.
Dr. Beasley is married to Eric Beasley, a Ph.D. sociologist who teaches for both Oakland University and Michigan State University. They have 1 daughter, Audrey, as well as 4 cats. In her free time, she enjoys reading, rollerblading, traveling, watching MSU men’s basketball, and crafting.