Omari Hodge, MD: Racism
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February is Black History Month which commemorates the considerable achievements and contributions of African Americans in the United States. And today on CMDA Matters Dr. Mike Chupp and Vice President of Campus and Community Ministries, Bill Reichart, talks with Dr. Omari Hodge about the efforts by CMDA to combat racism and embrace diversity.
Meet Our Guest
Dr. Omari Hodge is a board-certified family medicine physician. Dr. Hodge’s residency was in family medicine at Self Regional Hospital in South Carolina. Dr. Hodge earned his Medical Degree at Morehouse School of Medicine. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of West Georgia. As a primary care physician, Dr. Hodge deals with a wide array of health issues and concerns. Wound management and mental health are some of the common issues that he manages daily in the clinics. He serves as an attending physician to the many medical students and residents that rotate through the clinic for training. Dr. Hodge is a current member of Christian Medical & Dental Associations and enjoys traveling, mission work and spending time with his wife and four children.