Katrina Sullivan, D.P.M., M.S., is a board certified podiatrist and director of the High Risk Foot Clinic at Harborview, staff podiatrist at Pioneer Square Clinic/Health Care for the Homeless and a UW teaching associate of General Internal Medicine.
Dr. Sullivan’s focus is engagement in health care for vulnerable populations and overcoming barriers to care. She enjoys developing a long term care plan to help patients succeed.
Dr. Sullivan earned her D.P.M from Temple University and her M.S. at US Sports Medicine Academy in Alabama. She has served in several capacities for the US Olympic Committee including providing medical support for the Olympic Games in Atlanta. Her clinical and research interests include healthcare for the homeless and vulnerable populations and preservation of the diabetic foot.
In her free time Dr. Sullivan enjoys spending time with family and friends in a wide variety of outdoor activities.
Education and Training
Penn. College of Podiatric Med.
Medical education, 1988
Veterans Adm. Med. Center(Seattle)
Residency, Podiatric Medicine & Surgery
Virginia Mason Medical Center
Fellowship, Podiatric Medicine & Surgery
Podiatry, 2013, American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry