- Family Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
Family Medicine is a specialty area of Medical Practice which encompasses the entire family in a special way of practicing medicine. Instead of offering fragmented health care, as most specialty medical practices do, Family Medicine offers total family, holistic health care. This means that you can see your Family Doctor for Obstetric care (delivering your baby at JCHC), Pediatric Care (at the Family Medical Center in Buffalo or Kaycee), General family wellness check ups, Gynecology (well women checkups), and Geriatric care all in one place, with one doctor who knows you well.
Family Medicine offers a unique, comprehensive high quality health care experience that other specialties simply can't offer.
Michigan State University
Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency
AFFILIATIONS & AWARDS
- Board Certified: American Board of Family Practice
- University of Washington School of Medicine Preceptor and Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Ryan Ludwig, a Sheridan native, joined the JCHC medical staff in 2011. Dr. Ludwig finished his residency in Family Medicine as the Chief Resident at the mayo Clinic.
He attended Michigan State University and the University of Wyoming. Dr Ludwig had worked in Colorado and Wyoming as a Medical Technologist before attending Medical School.
Dr. Ludwig practices Family Medicine at the Family Medical Center in Buffalo, Wyoming He enjoys pediatric medicine and caring for families.
An avid outdoors man and community volunteer, Dr. Ludwig enjoys living and working in Buffalo.
"Family Medicine allows me to offer great continuity of care for my patients."
When asked why he chose Family Medicine for his career, Dr. Ludwig replies, "I love the challenge of dealing with multiple medical issues. I really enjoy the variety of full spectrum medicine."
Dr. Ludwig is married to Audrey, an elementary school teacher, and they have two children.
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