Matt Brandt

Matt Brandt, CEO

Hudson Physicians Hires CEO for First Time in its History. After 30 years in business as an independent healthcare provider group, Hudson Physicians has added a CEO to the top of their leadership team. Matt Brandt, CEO joined the organization in late 2018 when Ernie Wallin, the long-time administrator, retired after 23 years of service. […]

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February is American Heart Month

February is Heart Month in the United States. Every year since 1963, the month of February has become a time when medical practitioners and health organizations promote awareness of heart disease and stroke, and encourage those at risk to take proactive measures to guard their heart health.

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Supporting our Community

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members,” said Civil rights leader and wife of Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta Scott King. Hudson Physicians believes in this idea and because of this, each year Hudson Physicians is proud to donate to causes that help our communities grow. […]

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5 HSA expenses that may surprise you.

Explaining the basics of HSA vs FSA As 2018 comes to its close, let’s discuss some important facts about your health insurance plan. If you’re covered by your employer, chances are you have either an HSA or an FSA account as part of your health insurance package. Both of these options have certain advantages, but […]

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Bladder Health Month

It’s Bladder Health Month

Helpful Facts for a Healthy Bladder The bladder is a phenomenal organ made up of mostly muscle. The bladder muscle squeezes and helps force the urine out of the body through the urethra, which is shorter in women. The bacteria from the outside have a shorter distance to travel in women leaving them more prone […]

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Bone & Joint Health

Bone & Joint Health

Bone & Joint Health Doesn’t Have to Weigh You Down The human body is a remarkable machine comprised of 270 bones at birth which later decreases to 206 due to fusion of some of our bones as we age. The joints connect bone to bone, and there are hundreds of joints in our bodies. Bone […]

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