Lawrence Udom (MPH ’00) Named Medical Director of Two Ohio Clinics

Posted on: February 8, 2015 Topics: alumni

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Lawrence Udom
(MPH ’00)

Lawrence Udom (MPH ’00), a family practitioner in Cedarville, Ohio, has been named medical director of two community clinics in western Ohio.

Udom heads community clinics in Cedarville and Yellow Springs that are affiliated with Greene Memorial Hospital. The hospital is a member of the Kettering Health Network, a network of seven Dayton and Cincinnati area hospitals based in Dayton, Ohio.

After receiving his MPH with a concentration in health services administration, Udom earned a medical degree from Albany Medical College. According to the Greene Medical Foundation, Udom currently specializes in family medicine, with concentrations in psychiatry and sports medicine.

Udom’s father was a diplomat for the United Nations World Health Organization, and his mother was a nurse and social worker.