Dr. Holdren-Otis grew up in Portland, MI and completed her undergraduate studies at Albion College. During her four years as a Briton, she competed in varsity volleyball as a setter/right blocker and ran sprint relays, 400 meter hurdles and the 3000 meter steeple chase for Albion’s track team. She also journeyed to Honduras for a medical mission. Dr. Holdren-Otis graduated with a Major in Biology and Religious Studies and was a member of the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society.
Dr. Holdren-Otis received her medical education at Scholl College at Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago, IL. Throughout her training, she worked at Cook County Hospital as well as at multiple VA venues. Dr. Holdren-Otis continued her training at Genesys Regional Medical Center in Grand Blanc, MI, where she learned advanced techniques for the treatment of diabetic wounds and received 3 years of surgical training for correction of all foot and ankle deformities. She currently lives in Grand Blanc with her husband and her young daughter Lilliana. In her free time she enjoys running, baking cookies, her dogs, the Detroit Tigers, and spending time with her family.