Dr. Ian Hudson, DO, MPH - Camp Physician
Dr. Hudson received his BA in Anthropology and BS in Biological Sciences from the University of California Irvine in 2003. He earned a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology at Loma Linda University in 2008, before taking a position with Kansas Dept of Health. He completed his medical training at Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine graduating in 2013, and served as a Student Vice President for his Cohort. He is the 2007 recipient of the LLU SPH Wil Alexander Wholeness Award, a member of the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society, and the Sigma Sigma Phi Osteopathic Honor Society.
Ian began playing the violin as a student of Mildred Lloyd in San Jacinto and studied with her for 9 years. He then studied the violin with Joseph Taylor for four years. As a violinist and native of the Palm Springs area he played with the Buddy Rogers Youth Symphony for four years. He first attended Wildwood as a student in 1992 returning as a student until his senior year of high school in 1998, when he first counseled at the intermediate session. When he could no longer attend as a student in 1999, he continued working as a counselor. He later assumed the position of Dean of Boys from 2003-2008. Pulled away from Wildwood for many years due to his medical school and residency obligations, he is proud to return as a doctor and support Wildwood in a new capacity.
Dr. Hudson is a board certified Emergency Medicine physician who currently serves on active duty as an Officer with the United States Army. He is presently stationed at Fort Sam Houston - United States Army Institute of Surgical Research in San Antonio, Texas. He also serves as an attending physician in the Brooke Army Medical Center Emergency Department. He has previously deployed with the 10th Field Support Hospital out of Ft Carson as a part of Operation Inherent Resolve.