Kayla I. Brodkin, M.D.
Philosophy of care: My academic career is focused on educational efforts teaching medical students, internal medicine residents, geriatric fellows and other post-graduate trainees principles of chronic care management and clinical geriatric medicine. As the geriatric course director for Chronic Care (Conjoint 690), a mandatory course for all senior medical students, and as co-director for Combined Geriatric Didactics, I am actively involved in curriculum development, course assessment and the evaluative processes of our educational effort. As a staff geriatrician at PSVAHCS, I have both in-patient and ambulatory clinical venues which serve as 'real-life classroom' experiences facilitating teaching trainees about the delivery of medical care to the chronically ill and elderly individuals we serve.
Education and Training:
College: 1971, University of California, Berkeley
Medical School: 1982, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY
Residency: Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR
Fellowship: 1989-1992, University of Washington School of Medicine
Publications: Go to PubMed.
Clinic Information: VAPSHCS
General Information: Email Dr. Brodkin.