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Gail Soo Hoo-Williams, M.D.

 

Biography

Gail Soo Hoo-Williams, M.D., FAAPM&R

  • Board Certified Specialist, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (since 1991)
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, with High Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa

Dr. Williams, who is more commonly known as Dr. Gail Williams, was born, raised and schooled in Detroit, Michigan. A "true-blue" Michiganian. Dr. Williams graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with High Distinction and Phi Beta Kappa and then went on to the Wayne State University School of Medicine to be awarded her Doctorate of Medicine. In 1991, Dr. Williams completed her specialty training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and achieved Board Certification in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Williams has been a Diplomate and Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation ever since.

Dr. Williams has been treating the citizens of Macomb County and the patients at Henry Ford Macob Hospital, formerly St. Joseph’s Medical Center, since 1990. She has long standing memberships in a number of local, state, and national medical societies, contributing greatly to the welfare of so many.

Dr. Williams is a very involved hands-on mother of three children, and a "part-time" musician. Dr. Williams trademark white coat, buttons with pictures of her children, and her waist long braided "pony-tail" has been a welcome sight to many patients for over 15 years.

Dr. Williams states, "Although I enjoy both taking care of patients in the office and inpatient settings, I derive the most pleasure from the hospital setting, as longer-term relationships are established that often carryover to the outpatient clinic.  The challenge of taking care of both hospitalized individuals and their families is outweighed by the rewards of positive outcomes."