David Dugdale, M.D., is a board certified physician at the Endocrine and Diabetes Care Center at UWMC-Roosevelt and Hall Health Center on the UW Campus and a UW professor of General Internal Medicine.
Dr. Dugdale is trained in comprehensive primary care of adults and the diagnosis and management of complex medical problems. He enjoy partnering with patients to help them make the health care choices that are best for them.
Dr. Dugdale earned his M.D. at the University of Pennsylvania. His clinical and research interests include care of people with diabetes, care for mental health concerns in the primary care setting, quality improvement, medical information systems, population based care and patient-physician communication.
In his free time Dr. Dugdale enjoys mountaineering and performing arts.
Education and Training
Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Medical education, 1982
UW - Dept. of Medicine
Veterans Adm. Med. Center(Boise)
Univ. of Washington
Internship, Internal Medicine
Univ. of Washington Affil. Hosps.
Residency, Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine, 1986, American Board of Internal Medicine