Nancy Stoudt grew up in Ft. Wayne, Indiana where she stayed warm by figure skating and playing the saxophone. She moved south to the warmer weather and liberal arts education of Davidson College, North Carolina. After graduating, she moved to East Africa for 2 years to teach English and Math to Kikuyu students in Central Kenya.
Nancy returned to the States to attend medical school at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She moved to Colorado to complete her residency in Family Medicine and has lived there ever since. In addition to working as a physician for Peak Primary Care near Denver, she has also worked as an urgent care physician at the Winter Park Ski area and has volunteered as a physician in Kenya, Honduras, and Indonesia. She enjoys the diversity of family medicine and has a special focus on sports medicine and women’s health. She is the recipient of the Top Doctor Award, given to the top 5% of physicians based on patient experience.
Outside of work, she likes to bike, hike and backcountry ski with her husband and to play Telestrations with her daughter. Every now and then she still pulls out her saxophone. And if you don’t blink, you can see her spinning on the ice as a figure skating extra in the zombie movie Walk-ins Welcome, filmed locally. Nancy is board certified in Family Medicine.