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Cathy Lay, MD is originally from South Carolina. She holds a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Clemson University and worked several years as an engineer for the military. She then earned her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C.
She completed her family medicine residency and internship at the Medical University of South Carolina - Trident Hospital. She is board-certified in family medicine. She currently works at the St. Peter's Medical Group Urgent Care.
Dr. Lay is an avid sailor and a wimpy skier, according to her children. She enjoys hiking and fishing with her husband and three dogs, and in general, enjoys anything that gets her outdoors in Montana.
Education & Training
Medical University of South Carolina
Trident / MUSC Family Medicine Residency Program
American Board of Family Medicine
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