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Primary care - family medicine




Linda Jean Vorvick, M.D. is a board certified family physician and clinic chief at the UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic.

Dr. Vorvick's clinical interests include family medicine, preventive care, women's health and care for entire families.

Dr. Vorvick enjoys patient stories, and practices as part of an interprofessional team of providers to improve health for her patients. She has a varied career in healthcare, including direct patient care and education for physician assistants, medical students, and Family Medicine residents.

Personal Interests

Dr. Vorvick gives back to her community by regularly participating in programs serving the homeless and by umpiring girl’s fast-pitch softball.

UW Neighborhood Smokey Point Clinic

3823 172nd St. NE Arlington, WA 98223


Acute illness and injury, Behavioral healthcare, Children's care, Chronic disease management

Swedish Family Medicine Residency Cherry Hill

Residency, 1985, Family Medicine

Swedish Family Medicine Residency Cherry Hill

Internship, 1983, Family Medicine

University of Washington School of Medicine

Medical education, 1982

UW - Dept. of Family Medicine

Teaching Appointment


Board Certifications
  • Family Medicine, 1985, American Board of Family Medicine