Karen K. Stout, M.D., specializes in general cardiology and cardiovascular diseases that spans from childhood to adulthood.
Dr. Stout's clinical interests include adult congenital heart disease, pregnancy and heart disease, echocardiography, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and other heart diseases. Her research interests include long-term outcomes of adults with congenital heart disease, management of coexisting medical conditions in adults with congenital heart disease, pregnancy and heart disease, and echocardiography and cardiac imaging.
Dr. Stout is an associate professor of medicine in cardiology and adjunct associate professor of pediatric cardiology at the University of Washington in Seattle. She teaches general cardiology and clinical cardiology subspecialties, including adult congenital heart disease and pregnancy and heart disease.
Dr. Stout believes educating patients about their conditions can ensure they are doing their part to optimize health and are getting what they need from their healthcare team.
When not practicing medicine, Dr. Stout enjoys snowboarding, biking, hiking and traveling.