Sam Warren, MD MSc is board-certified and fellowship-trained in internal medicine, with additional training in epidemiology and public health genetics. He received his medical degree from Stanford University in 1999, and completed his residency at the University of Washington Medical Center. He has worked as an internist within six of Seattle’s hospitals. He served as Associate Director of Emergency Services at Harborview Medical Center from 2005 through 2009, during which time he was appointed Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington Medical School. At Harborview, his responsibilities included patient care, teaching medical students and residents, and coordinating exceptionally complex care for patients referred in from all over this region. In 2009, he accepted a two-year National Research Service Award Primary Care Research Fellowship in General Internal Medicine in order to “study with an incredible group of University of Washington faculty who have dedicated their academic careers to improving the quality of primary care medicine in the nation”. During his fellowship, he also earned a Master of Science degree in Epidemiology with an additional Certificate in Public Health Genetics. His primary research projects have focused on optimizing a community’s response to sudden cardiac arrest. Dr. Warren also holds an appointment as a Hospitalist physician at Northwest Hospital, and is Medical Director of Vashon Island Medic One.
In his spare time, Dr. Warren enjoys gardening with his wife Neala, running with his dog Lulu, and sharing meals and music with friends.