Dr. Michelle Lu is thrilled to join the team at Wildflower Ob/Gyn in delivering exceptional and patient-centered care to Texas women. She is driven by a commitment to educating and empowering her patients as they navigate all phases of their lives.
Born and raised in the Dallas area, Dr. Lu earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA. She returned to her home state of Texas for her medical training and earned her medical degree at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX. She then moved on to complete her intern and residency training at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in Birmingham, AL, which serves as the major referral center for patients in the state of Alabama and in the tri-state area. During her time in residency, Dr. Lu received the award for the Best Resident Research for her work on various projects, including one evaluating the use of anticoagulation-based medications in the prevention of obstetric thromboembolism, which has been accepted for publication in Obstetrics & Gynecology (Green Journal), the official publication of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
In her free time, Dr. Lu has enjoyed exploring her new city of Austin with her family, friends, and one rambunctious cat named Bailey.
Wildflower OB/GYN follows the CDC masking guidance for COVID prevention, which is based on community transmission by county. It has been our position that out of an abundance of caution, we would not alter masking requirements in our office until the community transmission has sustained a two-week trend. Based on the current community transmission levels, Travis County has sustained a two-week trend at “substantial transmission” down from “high transmission”.
We are no longer requiring universal masking for patients, staff, or physicians. Masking is now optional. We are still limiting guests to the maximum of 2 guests per patient.
If you have fever, cough, shortness of breath, or any symptoms of Flu or Covid-19, please call to reschedule your appointment, and contact your primary care provider. If you, or your guests, come to the office with any of these symptoms, you will be required to leave the office immediately.
Thank you for your continued cooperation as we remain committed to keeping our patients, providers and staff protected.