Sarah Gude, DO



Dr. Gude received her Doctor of Osteopathy degree from A.T. Still University – School of Osteopathic Medicine Arizona in Mesa, AZ. For three years she trained at the Southern New Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program in Las Cruces, NM. Her background includes hospital and outpatient care, including pediatrics, OB/GYN, and adult medicine. Her professional memberships include the American Academy of Family Physicians, the New Mexico Association of Family Physicians, Reproductive Health Access Project, and Physicians for a National Health Program.


Among the highlights of her developing career, Dr. Gude said she has been greatly enriched by the opportunity to work in New Mexico, Arizona, Iowa, Guatemala, and the Dominican Republic, learning about delivery of healthcare in different cultures and settings.

Dr. Gude and her husband enjoy hiking, camping and exploring New Mexico. She has spent more than three years in the Land of Enchantment and looks forward to continued outdoor adventures.

She made the decision to join Presbyterian Medical Services-Grants Family Health Center because of its “wonderful group of providers and staff members and Presbyterian Medical Services strong commitment to serving the community”.

She enjoys working with everyone at Grants Family Health Center and Cibola General Hospital. “Getting to know the people of Grants has been wonderful,” Dr. Gude said. “Family medicine is about building relationships. It’s an honor to be part of people’s lives.”

Sarah Gude, DO