Dr. Grace Shih is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine. She has a clinical practice at UW Neighborhood Northgate Clinic, where she provides full spectrum family medicine care and runs the Reproductive Health clinic. Her particular areas of clinical interest include family planning and contraception (IUD/implant, medication and aspiration abortion, uterine aspiration for miscarriage management, vasectomy), reproductive health (in/fertility counseling, transgender care, colposcopy), women's health, and adolescent medicine.
Dr. Shih believes the most effective and successful medical care is delivered in partnership with patients, considering each individual's unique needs. She enjoys learning about her patients and her goal is to support them so they can lead healthy, fulfilling lives.
Dr. Shih completed her medical degree at University of Florida and her family medicine residency at Brown University. She completed her Family Planning Fellowship at University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Shih enjoys spending time with her family, exploring Seattle's food scene, playing piano/guitar and cooking together.
Education and Training
Teaching Appointment, 2011
University of California, San Francisco
Fellowship, 2010, Family Planning
Univ. of Calif. San Francisco
Residency, 2008, Family Medicine
Internship, 2006, Family Medicine
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Internship, 2004, Obstetrics & Gynecology
Univ. of Florida College of Medicine
Medical Education, 2003
Family Medicine, 2009, American Board of Family Medicine