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Specialties

Critical care medicine, Primary care - internal medicine, Pulmonary and respiratory disease care

Languages

English

Biography

David Ralph, M.D., is a board certified physician and director of the General Pulmonary and Pulmonary Vascular Disease clinics at UW Medical Center and a UW associate professor of Medicine and Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine.

Dr. Ralph provides care to patients who have significant medical problems. He thinks it is very important that patients with such disorders have a good understanding of their disease process so that they can participate in their care wisely.

 Dr. Ralph earned his M.D. at Stanford. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Disease. He has emphasized teaching at all levels throughout his career and has received multiple teaching awards. His clinical and research interests include care of patients with pulmonary vascular disorders including pulmonary hypertension, consultative care for referral patients and primary follow-up of patients with severe pulmonary hypertension.

Personal Interests

In his free time Dr. Ralph enjoys anything outdoors, as well as education and environmental causes.
Pulmonary Vascular Disease Clinic at UWMC

Pulmonary Vascular Disease Clinic at UWMC

1959 NE Pacific St. Seattle, WA 98195

206.598.2521

Pulmonary and respiratory disease care

Bronchoscopy Suite at UWMC

1959 NE Pacific Street, 3rd Floor, Surgical Pavilion Room 3104C Seattle, WA 98195

206.598.3068

Biopsy (fine needle aspiration), Bronchoalveolar lavage, Endobronchial biopsy, Endobronchial ultrasound

Stanford University School of Medicine

Medical education, 1972

UW - Dept. of Medicine

Fellowship, Internal Medicine

UW - Division of General Internal Medicine

Internship, Internal Medicine

UW - Division of General Internal Medicine

Residency, Internal Medicine

 

Board Certifications
  • Pulmonary Disease, 1982, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine, 1975, American Board of Internal Medicine