Hello! My name is Laura Crespo Albiac. I was born in Spain, and spent my childhood moving back and forth between Europe and the U.S. I attended the University of Michigan for undergrad, majoring in Neuroscience, and then moved to Chicago to study medicine and experience the big city. While in Chicago, I was blessed to work with very diverse communities, and was inspired by how family physicians broke through many barriers, including institutional and economic, to improve health in these communities.
Though I loved Chicago, I always dreamed of coming back to Ann Arbor, where the community is smaller but still diverse, where there is a balance of academics and community, research opportunities, and mental health training. I am interested in all fields family medicine has to offer, though currently, I am most passionate about women's health, especially among the underserved. My clinics are in Ypsilanti and Livonia, and I also deliver babies at Mott Children's Hospital.
In my free time I enjoy reading, playing video games, traveling, spending time with my husband and daughter, as well as hanging out with friends doing the fun things Ann Arbor has to offer.
Areas of Interest
- Women's health-especially in the underserved
- Baby delivery
Family Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., 2019
Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill., 2016