Sam Warren, MD MSc is board-certified and fellowship-trained in Internal Medicine, with additional training in epidemiology and public health genetics.
Dr. Warren runs his current practice like a gym membership (see Wise Patient Direct). Dr. Warren received his MD from Stanford University in 1999 and completed a residency and fellowship in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center. He has additional training in epidemiology and public health genetics.
Dr. Warren tries to eat dinner with his family nightly and run to work daily. On weekends, he turns into a 3 year-old playmate for his two sons. With his wife, Neala, he travels to places that smell like kelp and with his dog, Lulu, he runs on dirt trails. He is always up for improving his Spanish. Dr. Warren considers it part of his job to have his personal life sometimes interrupted by his patients’ urgent needs.
Prior to Wise Patient, Dr. Warren worked within multiple of Seattle’s hospital systems. From 2005 to 2009, he served as Associate Director of Emergency Services at Harborview Medical Center. In 2009, Dr.Warren was awarded a two-year National Research Service Award Primary Care Fellowship in General Internal Medicine at the University of Washington. In 2011, he founded Wise Patient Internal Medicine, a private clinic on Capitol Hill that has grown a reputation for leveraging communication technologies, medical notes that are open to patients, and never turning its back on the powers of fitness, nutrition, and work-life balance.