Kim Concannon, MD
Kim studied chemistry and traveled to Niger with the Worldwide Fistula Fund as a national merit scholar at Carlton College. Her experience caring for patients recovering from vesiculovaginal fistula repairs inspired her to pursue a career in medicine and she enrolled at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Kim's work at the UW has included a longitudinal clinical training experience in Olympia. She also worked with the University District homeless population through a street medicine group, provided free HIV testing and counseling in Capitol Hill, and became passionate about advocacy and legislative work through the WSMA and the WAFP. She enters residency with a passion for continuity patient relationships and full spectrum care. Before starting her practice, Kim is considering completing a fellowship in addiction medicine or palliative care. Her personal interests include violin, Erhu (Chinese fiddle), hiking, board games, and road trips.