BiographyNancy G. Stevens, M.D., M.P.H., is a board certified family physician and a UW professor of family medicine. Her current practice is focused on psychotherapy with patients cared for by family physicians at UW Neighborhood Northgate Clinic.
Dr. Stevens earned her bachelor's degree at Evergreen State College and her M.D. and M.P.H.in epidemiology at UW. She completed her family medicine residency training at Michigan State University before joining the faculty at UW in 1982.
Dr. Stevens' clinical interests include psychotherapy in the context of ongoing continuity care by a family physician.
Dr. Stevens is committed to helping patients live the fullest life possible no matter what brings them to see their family medicine physicians. Her decision making is driven by her understanding of the patient's hopes and aspirations for their lives.
Personal InterestsDr. Stevens enjoys restoration of native vegetation in urban landscapes, gardening, and spending time with her young adult children and their friends.
Univ. of Washington, School of Medicine
Medical education, 1979
Michigan State University
Residency, Family Practice
- Family Medicine, 1982, American Board of Family Medicine