women's health

Andrea Wendling, MD, FAAFP

Dr. Wendling is a rural family physician in Northern Michigan and an associate professor and director of the Rural Health Curriculum for Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine. She has received many awards including The Arnold P. Gold Humanism Award for MSU-CHM in 2015, MSU-CHM’s Outstanding Community Volunteer Faculty award in 2012, the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2004, and the American Academy of Family Physician’s Pfizer Teacher Development Award in 2000. Dr.

Barbara Stanford, MD

Dr. Stanford joined the faculty in 2002. Her curricular Areas are obstetrics, women's care, health disparities, and health literacy.

She attended Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine and served her residency at the Grand Rapids Family Practice Residency.

Michael Bishop, MD

Dr. Bishop joined the faculty in 2006. He is curricular coordinator for practice management, surgery, and emergency room medicine.

He attended medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine, and completed his residency at Ball Memorial Family Medicine, Muncie, Indiana.

Barbara Wolf, PhD

Dr. Wolf has been the director of Behavioral Medicine Education since 1995. She is an assistant professor at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.

Her clinical interests include women's health, and the use of relaxation and meditation in practice. She has developed a required rotation in integrative medicine for the residency and is involved in research and curriculum development regarding physician well-being.

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