Sharon Gill, MD
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Bio:

Sharon K. Gill, M.D.

 

Dr. Gill received her MD from Yale University in 2005; completed Internal Medicine residency at the University of Washington in 2008; completed a one-year Clinician-Teacher Fellowship at VA Puget Sound; joined the VA as a full-time clinician and American Lake Women's Clinic Medical Director in 2009; and in 2012, began serving as Director of the Women’s Health Program for VA Puget Sound.  She is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Washington, Division of General Internal Medicine.  Since 2011, she has served as faculty with the VA Puget Sound Center of Excellence for Primary Care Education, one of five sites nationally awarded a five-year grant to transform primary care education in team-based care.  As a medical educator, Dr. Gill precepts medical residents and ARNP students, and creates innovative teaching experiences via the Center of Excellence.  Clinical areas of special interest/expertise are cardiovascular disease prevention for women, women’s preventive health, vaginitis, STDs, chronic pain, wound care, and clinical informatics.