Stacie Lue is a physical therapist with a specialty in outpatient orthopedics. She went to PT school at Loma Linda University, in Southern California, where she is from. During PT school, she found close community and involvement in her CMDA and METS (Medical Evangelism Training Strategies) fellowship groups. She participated in a summer preceptorship program through METS, where she and other healthcare students learned how to provide spiritual care to patients. Following PT school, she completed a PT outpatient orthopedic residency program at Massachusetts General Hospital. While she was in Boston, she was involved in her church and the Boston Healthcare Fellowship. She decided to move to Richmond, VA in August 2016 to work as a PT and to be an area co-director of CMDA at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her passion is to foster a community of healthcare students who are seeking to use their faith for the glory of the Lord in their schooling and future careers. She has been enjoying student ministry, mentoring opportunities, and experiencing life and community in a new place!