Roger Japp is the Program Manager/Administrator.
Roger has worked with the Family Medicine Residency program since August of 2011. Prior to moving to the Pacific Northwest, he was the Program Director of a large Paramedic training institute in the Denver, Colorado area. Roger has extensive experience in managing medical education programs, as well as administration of grants and accreditation projects.
Prior to working in medical education, Roger worked on the Front Range of Colorado as a Paramedic for a large urban 911 response system, as well as many years as a Flight Paramedic, taking care of critically ill and injured patients. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Human Physiology from the University of Northern Colorado, and is currently finishing up his Master's Degree in Business Administration with a Healtcare emphasis.
Gwen was one of the original team members that helped open the Harborview Family Medicine Clinic in 1997. She left the residency program after four years to go to school and take care of her small child. Gwen recently returned to the Department of Family Medicine, assisting in the coordination of clinic, residency and other important matters at Harborview. She loves to read, her passion is social justice and she is a true sports fan who enjoys professional boxing and football.
Alex has worked with the Family Medicine residency program since September 2011. Prior to working at the residency, she worked with the Family Medicine Medical Student Education department, UW Medical Center's Perinatal Education program, and various King County public health clinics. At the residency, Alex oversees scheduling, application season, and various residency logistics. Her interests are in public health, enjoying the Northwest, and keeping up with her busy family.