About Dr. Thompson
Hope College chemistry graduate, completed medical school at MSU College of Human Medicine. Urology Residency at SUNY-Buffalo New York. Fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at Metro Urology in St. Paul Minnesota. Launched the first female patient focused practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2010. Teaches physicians all over the country regarding best practices.
West and Northern Michigan's only fellowship trained female urologist in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Thompson has a unique focus in treating female pelvic disorders.
1 of the first of 4 centers in the nation to be awarded the InterStim Center of Excellence (awards started in 2020).
Loves to spend time with family. Enjoys adventure and travel. Winter and Water Skiing. Detroit Tigers Enthusiast.
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Congratulations to Dr. Thompson for being awarded the Top Doc Award by Grand Rapids Magazine in 2022!
Congratulations to Dr. Thompson for being awarded the Top Doctors Award by Grand Rapids Magazine in 2023!
Inspiration Award honoree
The AMA Women Physicians Section (WPS) Inspiration Award honors and acknowledges physicians who have offered their time, wisdom and support throughout the professional careers of fellow physicians, residents and students.
Life Without Leaks Podcast
The symptoms of Pelvic Organ Prolapse can range from a modest degree of pressure in the pelvic region to organs actually protruding from the body. Fortunately, for many women, prolapse doesn't necessarily require treatment beyond being careful to avoid things like heavy lifting. And for those who do need treatment, there are a number of options available, ranging from physical therapy to outpatient surgery. In today's episode, urologist and urogynecologist Dr. Jannah Thompson talks about prolapse and its treatment.
A Contemporary Review of Barriers and Methods to Fostering Academic Urologists
Urology has shown a gradual decrease in the number of graduating residents who plan to pursue a career in academic medicine. Our objective was to identify barriers to academic urology, present options to mitigate those barriers, and explore strategic ways to encourage trainees to seek careers in academic urology.