Family Medicine Resident
Tiffany Crider, DO is a resident within The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s National Family Medicine Residency. She trains at HealthSource of Ohio in New Richmond, OH, and says she chose the program because it gives her the chance to treat patients within her hometown community. Her primary areas of interest are preventative medicine, in-office procedures and osteopathic manipulative treatment. In January 2019, she was one of 12 residents nationwide selected to serve on the ACOFP Resident Council. Following residency, she aims to practice near her hometown.
Dr. Crider was born in Kettering, OH and attended medical school at Nova Southeastern University. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, running 5Ks and hanging out with her Pekinese and cat.