Lacmbouh Ade, MD
Lacmbouh Ade grew up in Cameroon (West Africa), and came to the United States at age 21. He moved to Wisconsin, where he attended the University of Wisconsin Whitewater for college. After graduating from college, he decided to stay in Wisconsin for medical school at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Even from a very young age, Lacmbouh Ade was very interested in family medicine. This interest is mainly due to the fact that family physicians practice preventative medicine and take on a holistic approach to patient care, as they try to improve the health of their communities. Outside of medicine, Lacmbouh Ade, enjoys biking, playing soccer, and listening to music. He also enjoys getting to meet people and learning about their stories/backgrounds. I am guessing some of you reading this might ask why he decided to come to Appleton for residency. The answer to that question was very simple for him, “It is all about the people”. When he came for interviews, he really liked the people and knowing that Fox Valley Family medicine residency was a strong program was all he needed to make his decision.
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin – Whitewhite, WI