525 Lilly Rd NE, Suite 210
Olympia, WA 98506
Site Director: Dr. Greg Bell
Office Contact: Pam Fox
Detailed instructions will be sent by:
Michelle Pelt, Program Operations Administrator
Western Washington WWAMI Regional Office
112 East Broadway Ave
Montesano, WA 98563
GME contact at St. Peter Hospital is:
Providence St. Peter Hospital
Education, Organizational Development
413 Lilly Road NE Olympia, WA 98502
Orientation, First Day & What To Bring
Clerkship orientation: Students in Olympia will view the online orientation video before the first day. An email will tell you more one week before starting. Contact Dr. Bell's office to find out when you should arrive in the morning.
Equipment to bring: White coat and name tag, reflex hammer, tuning fork (128Hz), stethoscope, (Ophthalmoscope recommended). Photo ID
Didactics: Each Thursday didactics take place at UW from 1-4PM. Given the travel distance for this Seattle-area site, students can decide if they want to attend in person or treat the clerkship like an away rotation and watch online videos.
Travel & Housing
Driving directions to Olympia Neurology (click HERE for map):
(From Seattle) Take I-5 South to Martin Way exit (#109) in Olympia.
Turn RIGHT at Martin Way.
Travel on Martin Way (a little over a mile ) until Lilly Rd; turn RIGHT on Lilly Rd.
Olympia Neurology is in the St. Peter Professional Building at 525 Lilly Rd.
It is just past the entrance to St. Peter Hospital on the left side of the road.
- Drive to Seattle each Thurs to arrive by 1PM
- One live lecture per week
- Discussion of clinical case from the week presented by a student
- Practice the neurology exam in class on your peers
- No driving to Seattle except for the final exam
- Watch two video lectures per week
- Watch videos of Dr. Kraus doing the exam and learn from your preceptors
- Refer to the Distance Learning page for due dates and read below
Cases: Two case write-ups are due each week. Further information is available in the orientation video and on the Cases page. Your assigned case numbers are on the Distance Learning page. Please note that your assigned case numbers are different than for the Seattle-based students. Weekly case answers and video lectures will be available on the Distance Learning page on Thursdays after 1PM.
Patient log: You are required to log in the patients you have seen each week. The log is described in the clerkship orientation video. Additional details are on the Patient Log page.
Clinical & Bioethical Mini-CEX exercises: You are required to do both a clinical and a bioethical mini-CEX for this course. See the Mini-CEX page for details.
Presentations: Presentation requirements are described in the orientation video and are available on the Presentations page.