Dr. Kauffman practices at the Family Health Clinic at Hall Health Primary Care Center. She is board certified in Family Medicine.
Dr. Kauffman grew up in Maryland. She earned her undergraduate degree from Yale and her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She came to the UW in 1996 for her Master of Public Health program in epidemiology and maternal and child health. She continued at the UW for her residency in family medicine and her chief residency and faculty development fellowship. She joined the UW faculty in 2003.
Patient Care Philosophy
I enjoy learning about my patients’ lives and challenges. I try to explain my diagnoses and recommendations and to involve the patient in medical decision-making. I view not knowing as an opportunity to learn. I particularly enjoy taking care of children, young adults, and young families. I appreciate the atmosphere of knowledge and caring at Hall Health, and I feel privileged to work with our outstanding patients and staff.
I enjoy spending time with my husband and my two school-age children, especially bicycling and building Lego. My personal interests include reading, photography and graphic arts, exercise, and travel.
Health habits, health promotion, and preventive medicine.
Parenting and care of families.
Development of health habits in childhood and early adulthood.
Care of college students, graduate students, and university populations.