Carey Farquhar M.D., M.P.H. Accepting new patients

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Specialties

AIDS care, Infectious diseases, Primary care - internal medicine

Languages

English, French, Spanish, Swahili

Biography

Carey Farquhar, M.D., M.P.H., is a board certified physician at the Madison and Infectious Disease and Travel Clinics at Harborview and a UW professor of Medicine, Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Global Health and Epidemiology.

Dr. Farquhar enjoys spending time interacting with patients and researching their problems in order to provide the best care. I especially enjoy exploring cross-cultural differences with my international patients.

Dr. Farquhar earned her M.D. at Harvard and her M.P.H. at the UW. She currently spends approximately 2 months each year in Nairobi, mentoring US and Kenyan trainees and conducting research on correlates of immunity against HIV-1, HIV-discordant couples, and mother-to-child HIV-1 transmission. Ongoing studies explore immune responses in HIV-exposed, uninfected infants and adults, with a focus on examining basic science questions from an epidemiologic perspective.

Personal Interests

In her free time Dr. Farquhar enjoys travel, running, water-skiing and spending time with her two children and husband.
Madison-Clinic-at-Harborview

Madison Clinic at Harborview

325 9th Ave., 2nd Floor West Clinic Seattle, WA 98104

206.520.5000

AIDS care, Behavioral healthcare, HIV care, Infectious diseases

infectious disease and travel medicine at harborview

Infectious Disease & Travel Medicine Clinic at Harborview

325 9th Ave., 2nd Floor Seattle, WA 98104

206.520.5000

Epidemiology, Infectious diseases, Travel medicine

Univ. of Washington

Master Public Health, 2001

Harvard Medical School

Medical education, 1994

UW - Allergy & Infectious Diseases

Fellowship, Infectious Disease

UW - Division of General Internal Medicine

Internship, Internal Medicine

UW - Division of General Internal Medicine

Residency, Internal Medicine

 

Board Certifications
  • Infectious Disease, 2001, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine, 1997, American Board of Internal Medicine