Jeanne Cawse-Lucas, M.D.
Theodore J. Phillips Endowed Professorship in Family Medicine
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Dr. Cawse-Lucas believes that Family Medicine is a keystone to improving the health of individuals and communities. This belief, along with a deep commitment to service both at an individual and societal level, underlies all aspects of her professional work, which includes direct patient care, engaging learners in the breadth and depth of family medicine, and working with community physicians to improve their practice and teaching. At the University of Washington, Dr. Cawse-Lucas is a clinician-educator. She completed her undergraduate studies at Harvard University, medical school at the University of Massachusetts, and her residency training at Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency.
Dr. Cawse-Lucas’s main focus is in medical student education. She directs the Primary Care Practicum, which is a longitudinal primary care experience required for all students at the UW School of Medicine (UWSOM), as well as co-directing the required family medicine clerkship, and serving as departmental advisor for the Department of Family Medicine. Her research focuses on practice management and clinical teaching. Dr. Cawse-Lucas provides primary care as well as direct teaching with residents and medical students at the UW Neighborhood Clinic – Northgate, and has been awarded the UW PRAISE award multiple times for her clinical care. In addition to her role at UW Medicine, Dr. Cawse-Lucas is the Speaker of the Washington Academy of Family Physicians House of Delegates and past president of the King County Academy of Family Physicians.
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