Jennifer J.M. Wright, M.D. is an assistant professor of medicine who practices at the General Internal Medicine Center at the University of Washington. In addition to caring for patients, she is involved in the education of University of Washington medical students and residents.
Dr. Wright earned her bachelor's degree and M.D. from the University of Washington. She also completed her residency training, followed by a year as chief resident, at the University of Washington.
Dr. Wright's clinical interests include preventative medicine, diabetes management, geriatrics and women's health. She enjoys working with adult patients of all ages. She hopes to work together with patients to prevent disease by focusing on healthy lifestyle choices. Chronic disease management is also an area of interest for her, focusing on non-medication in addition to medication therapies.
Dr. Wright enjoys time with her family, biking and cooking.