Ms. McCadden has been an Nurse Practitioner since 2006. Prior to graduate school she worked as RN within the University of Washington system for over 20 years in such diverse specialties as ICU, ER, Research, and Occupational Health. She currently works as a Nurse Practitioner at Hall Health in Employee Health, Primary Care, Travel Medicine, and the Health Science Immunization Program. Martae is also certified by the D.O.T. to perform commercial driver physical exams.
Dr. Mackenzie is a board certified family physician with added qualification in adolescent medicine. She practices primary care medicine at UW Hall Health on the UW Campus.
Dr. Mackenzie earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Iowa and her M.D. from the University of California, Davis. She completed a Master's in Public Health at the University of Washington and has practiced at the UW since 2000.
She is actively involved in undergraduate health and education through direct clinical care, classroom instruction, as director of the UW undergraduate public health major, and as a member of the UW Health and Wellness Council.
Patient Care Philosophy
I believe my role as a physician is to help educate patients about their health options and enable them to lead healthy lives. I ask patients to consider the role of their individual behavior, genetics, past or present medical conditions and the context in which they lead their lives when deciding how to address their health needs (whether that be prevention, promotion or acute/chronic illness).
I most enjoy spending free time on my five-acre property with my menagerie of animals, gardening and with my family.
Adolescent healthcare; eating disorders; weight management; sexual wellbeing; and pregnancy planning (or prevention).
Dr. Mackenzie has done research in behavior change in regard to high-risk alcohol consumption and HIV.
I teach several courses through the School of Public Health, including contemporary issues in personal and public health, and supervise thesis projects for undergraduates.
Adolescent Medicine, Family Medicine, Health Maintenance
Kalena Kirby is the Medical Assistant for Mary Watts, DC Dugdale, and Patrice Staight.
Ms. Kassa works in the Primary Care Clinic with Lisa Erlanger and Britt Murphy.
Elaine Greig is the Medical Assistant for Marté McCadden, MSN, ARNP and Diane DerBoghosian, ARNP.
Dr. Erlanger is a board certified family physician. She practices primary care medicine at UW Hall Health on the UW Campus.
Dr. Erlanger received her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin, and her medical degree at Washington University in St. Louis. She completed the UW affiliated Providence Family Medicine residency in 1998, and a UW faculty development fellowship in 1999. She came to UW Hall Health in 2005, after 7 years of teaching and practicing full spectrum family medicine in a UW affiliated inner city clinic.
She is on the faculty of the UW School of Medicine, and teaches the Introduction to Clinical medicine course.
Patient Care Philosophy
I focus on improving the overall wellness of each individual patient by partnering with them to address areas of concern and to maximize health. I enjoy working with patients over time, and being a part of the community in which I practice. I have special interests in the connection between physical and emotional health.
In my free time my family and I enjoy exploring the rich cultural experiences in Seattle, spending time with friends, and walking our dog.
Mental health; eating disorders; weight management; sexual wellbeing; pregnancy planning (or prevention); mind-body medicine; disabilities and underserved healthcare
Dr. Erlanger studies medical student wellness
Jessica is the Medical Assistant for Anne Terry, ARNP and Evelyn Vinopal, MD.