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Andi Sioux G Crutchfield

M.D. Class of 2020

Hometown: Graceville, Fla.
Undergraduate Degree: Florida State University

Andi graduated cum laude with honors from Florida State University in spring 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science with minors in chemistry, biology and child development. She also conducted research with Dr. Jasminka Ilich-Ernst on osteosarcopenic obesity and functionality in postmenopausal women. During her time at FSU, Andi was inducted into the honor societies of Alpha Epsilon Delta and Kappa Omicron Nu. She spent a lot of time volunteering with elderly patients at TMH Adult Daycare, where she led them in exercises and group discussions. She also participated in a medical mission trip to Buff Bay, Jamaica, with the Caribbean American Medical Educational Organization, where her team set up clinics and provided care to individuals in rural and underserved areas. At a young age Andi moved from Rhode Island to the small town of Graceville, Florida. Throughout high school and college she shadowed a family physician in her town and gained a lot of valuable experience in rural medicine. Andi loves the wide variety of care given and the patient relationships obtained from practicing medicine in a rural setting. During her free time she loves to be outdoors, cook, and spend time with family and friends. She would not be where she is today without the love and support of her husband and the rest of her family. Andi is honored to be a part of the Florida State University College of Medicine and admires its emphasis on patient-centered care and focus on rural and underserved communities.