Misbah K. Keen, M.D., M.B.I., M.P.H. is a UW professor of family medicine. He joined the University of Washington in 2007 after practicing full-spectrum family medicine for more than five years in Othello, Wash.
Dr. Keen sees patients at the Northgate UW Neighborhood Clinic and his clinical interests include primary care with a focus on prevention, chronic disease management, and lifestyle changes. He also sees patients for travel medicine consultations. Dr. Keen has a patient-centered approach to medical care and values collaborative decision making.
As the Executive Vice Chair of Family Medicine, Dr. Keen's main responsibilities are in areas of academic leadership, medical student and PA education. He is a proponent of integrative medicine and helped establish the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UW.
Dr. Keen enjoys traveling, especially visiting our great National Parks, and his goal is to have visited all 50 states by 2021. He is a so-so golfer and is intent on exploring why golfers make better physicians.
Education and Training
Government Medical College, Srinagar / University of Kashmir
Medical education, 1993
UW - Dept. of Family Medicine
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Mercy Health Partners/St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center
Residency, Family Medicine
Family Medicine, 2002, American Board of Family Medicine