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Hannah M Dudney, MD

Hannah M Dudney, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology
Hannah Menefee Dudney, M.D. is a Nashville native. She was raised in Williamson County and attended the Harpeth Hall School. Dr. Dudney received her undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi Barksdale Honors College. She received her Medical Doctorate from University of Tennessee where she also served the Memphis community as a leader of a student run free clinic. Dr. Dudney was excited to return to her hometown to complete residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Dudney has always had a passion for medical education and while in residency she was honored with the Residency Teaching Award and was selected as Administrative Chief Resident. Dr. Dudney also completed additional training and received a certificate in Medical Ethics.

In her spare time, Dr. Dudney enjoys traveling with her husband Nathan and their dog, Porter. She is dedicated to giving back to the Nashville community through her charitable and volunteer works.
Care Philosophy

I am passionate about women’s health and I am dedicated to the wellbeing of each of my patients. As a physician, my primary goal is to help all women achieve the best health outcomes throughout their lifespan. Above all else, I am committed to providing the highest quality care with compassion and respect to all.

Bright Health


Abnormal Bleeding

Abnormal Pap Smear

Absence of Periods (Amenorrhea)

Annual Exam

Birth Control

Breast Infection

Breast Pain

Ectopic Pregnancy

Endometrial Ablation


Essure Removal


Gynecologic Surgery


Hormone Replacement Counseling and Management



Intrauterine Device (IUD)

Lactation Support

Laparoscopic Surgery

Menopausal Management

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally Invasive Surgery



Natural Childbirth


Obstetric Care

Obstetrical Emergencies


Ovarian Cysts

Painful Periods (Dysmenorrhea)

Pelvic Pain

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

Preconception Counseling

Sexual Dysfunction

Sexually Transmitted Diseases


Tubal Ligation

Vaginal Dryness


Vulvar Disorders

Women's Health