BiographyDouglas K. Kleemann M.D. has been a board certified family physician since 1998, with a special interest in sports medicine.
Dr. Kleemann earned his undergraduate degree from Marquette University, and his M.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He was chief resident of his family practice residency in Norfolk, Virginia, then moved to Puget Sound. He practiced 13 years in Federal Way before joining University of Washington's Hall Health Center.
Dr. Kleemann's clinical interests include musculoskeletal Injury care and prevention, pediatric care, dermatology, mental health and medical informatics. He likes to engage his patients in their care and work side-by-side for better health. For UW students, he does his best to provide care that will ease their worries far from home and promote their academic success.
Personal Interestskayaking and hiking in the summer. When the weather turns wet: software design, woodworking and cooking.
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Teaching Appointment, 1998
Eastern Virginia Med Sch Ghent Family Practice
Residency, 1998, Family Practice
Medical College of Wisconsin
Medical education, 1995
- Family Medicine, 1998, American Board of Family Medicine