Kelly Mudon, DO
SPECIALTY: Family Medicine
SUBTITLE: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, DO
Dr. Mudon is a physician specializing in family medicine and working as a member of the core faculty at the CHI’s Brodes H. Hartley, Jr. Teaching Health Center. Dr. Mudon earned a B.A. in Cognitive Neuroscience and Spanish from the University of Denver and a Master’s Degree in Secondary Science Education from Lehman College. Dr. Mudon is also a graduate of A.T. Still University: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is the recipient of the Doris Ison Award for being involved in several health fairs, and outreach activities demonstrating a strong interest in the THC mission at Community Health of South Florida, Inc. She graduated as Chief Resident of the Family Medicine residency program in 2020.
Dr. Mudon was born with a rare metabolic condition known as Phenylketonuria. She grew up in a rural community in Western Colorado, and much of her healthcare as a child was available only by traveling halfway across the state to Denver. From a very young age, she learned the critical importance of providing healthcare to rural and underserved communities. Serving communities and providing compassionate and quality care have been her lifelong calling as a physician.
Dr. Mudon has lived in South Florida for several years, and she especially loves Miami’s amazing cuisine and cortaditos. She also enjoys traveling home to her family during Colorado’s snowy winters, cooking at home and binge-watching BBC series.
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