It is not premature to introduce Dr. Nikki Bundy here even though she is not accepting patients just yet.

Dr. Bundy is a cofounder of Bexley Wellness Collective. She will be sharing useful and important information about health and wellness in our upcoming blog posts, so she is a vital part of our group from the start!

Read more about Dr. Bundy’s education and experience below. We are so lucky and grateful for her involvement with the Collective and our community.



Short biography


Nikki Bundy, MD, MPH is a board certified Internist and Rheumatologist.  She attended medical school at Yale University and went on to train in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology at Yale-New Haven Hospital, where she served as Chief Resident in Internal Medicine.  She also earned a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Yale School of Epidemiology and Public Health. Following her training, Dr. Bundy cared for patients in a private Rheumatology practice for many years.  Upon moving to Columbus in 2010, she joined The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center as an Assistant Professor in Rheumatology. After seeing countless patients who were not thriving with treatment in the traditional medical model, she became interested in learning how to help people heal and go on to experience optimal health and wellness using a more holistic approach.  In 2017, Dr. Bundy began training in Functional Medicine, a discipline that uses a holistic, systems-based method to identify the root cause of illness and help patients achieve optimal health and vitality through very personalized treatment plans. Dr. Bundy is intensely interested in how diet and other life-style factors influence health and disease. Her own personal health struggles and great success in improving her health through Functional Medicine have made her even more passionate about a career that combines traditional Internal Medicine with Functional Medicine.  She plans on opening her Functional Medicine practice in Columbus in 2019. Dr. Bundy is a co-founder of the Bexley Wellness Collective.