Family Practice Medical Office of
John B. Hudson, MD., P.A.
Providing Healthcare with a Caring Thorough Approach
Serving Central Florida including Winter Park, Casselberry, Baldwin Park and Maitland

Doctors & Staff

Dr. John B. Hudson

Dr. John Hudson was born in Kentucky. He has lived in Florida for over 60 years. He is a member of the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Medical Association.He graduated medical school in 1973 from the University of Miami School of Medicine. He did his Internship program at Jackson Memorial Hospital from 1973 until 1974. He then did his Residency at Hollywood Memorial Hospital from 1974 until 1976.

After his Residency, Dr. Hudson served in the Navy at the Naval Training Center in Orlando from 1976 until 1978.

He started his solo Family Practice medical office in 1978 in Winter Park, Florida and has been here ever since. Providing medical care to generations of families.

Dr. Hudson is often praised by his patients for his medical thoroughness and the amount of time he spends with each patient. He reviews the patient’s medical history to aid him in treating the whole patient, not just the acute problem. His patients appreciate the amount of time he takes with them.

His belief in the medical benefits of vitamins and supplements to help improve a patient’s health and condition reflect the holistic side of his care.

If you are looking for a family doctor who will take the time to listen to you and thoroughly treat your conditions, then call our office today and schedule an appointment with Dr. John Hudson.

Elizabeth Sirolly, PA-C

Elizabeth Sirolly is a Board Certified Physician Assistant.

She graduated from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania where she received her Masters degree in Physician Assistant studies.

In 2007 she was inducted into Pi Alpha National Honor Society for academic achievement.

She moved to Orlando in 2007 and spent over 3 years working in Internal Medicine. She is a member of AAPA.

Her professional interests include preventative medicine and women's health issues. She enjoys spending her personal time backpacking, scuba diving and traveling. She spent most of 2011-2012 traveling abroad to such places as South America, Asia, Africa and the Pacific.

Brittany Rivkin, ARNP-C

Brittany graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Florida State University in 2004 and then graduated with Honors with her Masters of Science in Nursing while obtaining her Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner from Nova Southeastern University in 2016. Her medical background includes rotations in Urgent Care, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Women’s Health, Pediatrics and Family Medicine. Brittany is a member of the Florida Nurse Practitioners Network, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society. Brittany has also done volunteer work for the Shepherds Hope clinic. Brittany has over 10 years of medical experience. She is a Florida native but loves to travel. Brittany lives in Lake Nona with her husband and son.

Melissa Gluckman,
Doctor of Physical Therapy

Melissa Gluckman, Doctor of Physical Therapy, is a Florida licensed physical therapist. Melissa currently provides physical therapy services in conjunction with Dr. John Hudson, a Winter Park, Florida family medicine practitioner. She treats patients with a multitude of physical ailments including orthopaedic, chronic pain and sports medicine injuries.

Prior to working with Dr. Hudson, in 2002 Melissa founded Wellna Health Institute, a physical therapy practice with a similar treatment philosophy focusing on outpatient orthopaedic, pain and sports medicine.

Melissa began her physical therapy career in 1993, when she worked at Florida Hospital. She spent almost ten years at Florida Hospital, serving as staff physical therapist, supervisor and ultimately Team Leader at various Florida Hospital outpatient rehabilitation centers. She treated and oversaw the treatment of patients. Melissa also organized and oversaw Florida Hospital's Chronic Pain Program, which treated chronic pain patients through a multi-disciplinary approach including physical therapists, pain doctors, nurses and psychologists.

Melissa received her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Prior to that, she obtained her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. Melissa received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania.

When not providing patient care, Melissa volunteers as a PTA Board Member for Dommerich Elementary School. She lives in Maitland, Florida with her husband and three daughters.