- University of Louisville, KY, 1981
Residencies & Internships
- University of Michigan, Ob-Gyn, MI, 1985
- University of Michigan, Ob-Gyn, MI, 1982
I specialize in Menopause, Minimally Invasive Surgery and Birth.
Doctor Brent Davidson, Director for Women’s Health Services at the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, has supported the community for over 28 years. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Dr. Davidson came to Michigan for his residency at the University of Michigan. He sits on several boards including the Michigan Department of Community Health and the HAVEN center for prevention and treatment of domestic violence and sexual assault. Dr. Davidson has won numerous awards, including Hour Magazine’s Top Doc for over ten years, American Registry’s Most Compassionate Doctor and Shadow of a Leader within the Henry Ford Health System. He is married to his beautiful wife and is a proud father of three children.
Doctor Davidson proudly sits on the board of directors for HAVEN of Oakland County, which is a nationally recognized nonprofit leader that provides programs to promote violence-free homes and communities and helps victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
I treat my patients with the same compassion that I would want my family treated. Patient involvement is crucial in all phases of decision making for their care.
Awards and Honors
Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Society - 1981
Henry Ford Hospital Joseph L. Ponka Caring Physician Award - 1992
Providence Hospital Golden Forceps Teaching Award - 1994
Best Doctors in America - 2000 - Present
Hour Magazine-Top Docs - 2003, 2005 - Present
Henry Ford Health System Shadow of a Leader Award - 2012
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- Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital