Debra Milek, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., is a board certified physician and medical director at the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic and the Center of Occupational Health Education
at Harborview and UW Campus Preventive Health. She is also a UW associate professor of General Internal Medicine and an adjunct associate professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences.
Dr. Milek specializes in treatment and prevention of work-related injuries and illnesses. She is especially interested in musculosketal disorders and ergonomics. She believes in comprehensive care with the patient very involved in their own recovery.
Dr. Milek earned her M.D. from Rutgers University, her Ph.D. from the Medical University of South Carolina and her M.P.H. from Colombia. She has been awarded both a Patients' Choice Award and received a Compassionate Doctor Recognition.
In her free time Dr. Milek enjoys tennis, travel, gardening and food.
Education and Training
University of Massachusetts Medical Center Dept of Medicine Residency Program
Residency, 1990, Occupational Medicine
SUNY at Stony Brook SOM Dept of Preventive Medicine
Residency, 1988, Preventive Medicine
Monmouth Medical Center ATTN: Internal Medicine Residency Program
Internship, 1986, Internal Medicine
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School
Medical education, 1985
Occupational Medicine, 1993, American Board of Preventive Medicine