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Welcome

The goal of the University of Washington Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program is to prepare future leaders and innovators in geriatric medicine. We aim to provide the highest quality training with an emphasis on diversity in patient population, expansive sites of practice/exposure to models of care, individualized mentorship, and scholarly and teaching experience.

Our renowned and dedicated faculty members, in conjunction with comprehensive clinical and scholarly training, provides fellows with exceptional interprofessional learning opportunities at each of our three world-class medical facilities and beyond: Harborview Medical Center, VA Puget Sound, and the University of Washington Medical Center, as well as community-based experiences (e.g. Program for All Inclusive Care of the Elderly; Area Agency on Aging), nursing home care via our cutting edge Post Acute Care Service, and home visits.

Leaders in various facets of Aging and Geriatric Medicine throughout the country, as well as many of our own Division faculty, started their careers in our fellowship program.

We welcome and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, including those who are underrepresented in medicine. Diversity enriches the educational experience for all faculty and fellows as we prepare the next generation of leaders in geriatric medicine.

Program leadership

Dr. Katherine Bennett

Dr. Katherine Bennett

Program Director
bennett4@uw.edu

Jeanine Hughes

Jeanine Hughes

Program Administrator
gerhpm@medicine.washington.edu

Mission

To transform the care of older adults by training geriatricians who are exemplary clinicians, leaders, and innovators.

Program goals

  1. To train multi skilled geriatricians by providing the highest quality clinical training that emphasizes diversity with respect to patient population, sites of practice, and models of care
  2. To train sought-after experts in interpreting, applying, and disseminating the latest evidence in the core areas of geriatrics (5 Ms: Mind, Mobility, Medications, Multi-complexity, and [what] Matters most)
  3. To prepare the next generation of leaders and innovators in geriatric medicine

Contact Us

Harborview Medical Center
325 9th Ave, Box 359755
Seattle, WA 98104-2499

(206) 744-9102

gerhpm@medicine.washington.edu