Dr. Hudgings enjoys taking care of the entire family. She believes that patients can maintain their health through self-care and an active lifestyle. She is a firm believer in empowering parents to advocate for their children's health and education. She is passionate about the cultural influences on health, obstetrics, pediatric care and autism. Dr. Hudgings earned her bachelor's degree in anthropology from Rice University. She was also a LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) physician trainee.
Field of Study
Valley Medical Center, Renton, Wash.
University of Texas Medical School, San Antonio
Clinical assistant professor in the University of Washington School of Medicine.
In her free time she enjoys knitting, reading, gardening, playing piano, enjoying time with her dog, taking Zumba classes and coordinating care for her two sons with high-functioning Autism.