As a physician assistant and public health practitioner, she has served the members of the Los Angeles community in various healthcare settings; federally qualified health center, county “safety-net” hospitals, non-profit wellness and university based student health center. She has participated in multiple community based interventions and hospital based clinical research projects, spanning from a community kitchen to primary and secondary stroke prevention/intervention research projects with high school students, adults and families.
As a Los Angeles native, she is intentional and purposeful to serve in her home community to a people who deserve to live healthy and free of preventable diseases. A motto she models to live by - “The greatest achievements are those that benefit others.”
Hudson has traveled to several international medical mission trips in Ghana, West Africa and the Dominican Republic, in service to all mankind. In her spare time she enjoys mentoring middle and high school students, traveling, practicing her Spanish language and serving on medical mission trips – often all at the same time.
Workforce Diversity Begins With Program Diversity J Physician Assist Educ. 2020 Jan 20. . View in PubMed
Efficacy of a Chronic Care-Based Intervention on Secondary Stroke Prevention Among Vulnerable Stroke Survivors: A Randomized Controlled Trial Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2018 01; 11(1):e003228. . View in PubMed