Christopher Sundstrom, MD
Christopher Sundstrom, M.D., grew up in Tallahassee and attended Maclay high school. He graduated from Florida State University Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science and went on to attend the FSU College of Medicine. During medical school, Dr Sundstrom served as vice-president of the Medical College Council and was awarded the Golden Caduceus award for his willingness to help fellow colleagues succeed.
While attending medical school, he and his wife, Beth, were also very active with the local Ronald McDonald House where they worked as night managers. Dr Sundstrom completed his residency training in Pensacola, FL at Sacred Heart Hospital where he served as the Administrative Chief Resident.
Dr Sundstrom is a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist. "As an obstetrician", he says "I have 2 patients: the mother and the baby. My goal is to make sure they are both healthy and prepared for the exciting future they will share together". Dr Sundstrom also as has a particular interest in the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic pain and menstrual disorders.
He is a fellow of the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a member of the American Medical Association and is an Associate Clinical Professor for the FSU College of Medicine. He is currently serving as Chair of the Department of OB-GYN at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Outside of the hospital you will find him spending time with his 3 daughters. He also plays an active role in his church where he has served in various leadership positions. In his free time, Dr Sundstrom enjoys fishing, hunting and building fine furniture.
Dr. Sundstrom is available for both obstetrics and gynecology.
Patient Praise: “I was seen by Dr. Sundstrom and what a blessing he was. He's VERY kind and personable, he listens to your concerns and takes your health and well-being as his primary responsibility; I can't say enough good things about this young doctor. Even my husband was very impressed with Dr. Sundstrom. The surgery was scheduled first thing in the morning the following day (he fought for that) and he did a great job at it.”