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Stacey Sensor, DO

Stacey Sensor, DO, provides personalized comprehensive obstetric and gynecological care, with a special interest in management of menopause, prolapse, incontinence and high-risk obstetrics. Dr. Sensor is specially trained to perform robotic surgery, a highly advanced, minimally invasive surgical technique. Dr. Sensor earned her medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirsksville, Mo. She served her residency at Metropolitan Hospital in Grand Rapids, Mich., in association with Michigan State University. She is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology.

What are your hobbies outside of work?

I am a hard-core Green Bay Packer fan and love to go to games and watch football. I also enjoy watching my son play soccer, football and baseball. I wish I could play more golf.

What is your favorite thing about your job?

I love bringing new life into the world. I love determining a plan of care for my patients, executing it and having happy, satisfied patients. But most of all, I love developing lasting relationships with my patients and their families.

What sort of blogs/news channels do you follow?

I follow Contemporary OB/GYN and Medscape.

Where did you grow up?

My family is from lower Michigan. I grew up in Roscommon, Mich.

 

 


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