Nancy Sugg, M.D., M.P.H. is the medical director of Harborview's Pioneer Square Clinic and Downtown Homeless Programs. She is board certified in internal medicine and an associate professor of Medicine at the University of Washington.
Dr. Sugg's clinical interests include health care for homeless and vulnerable populations, intimate partner violence, transitions of care and creation of health homes.
Dr. Sugg been a primary care internist for over 20 years, with an interest in health care for homeless and vulnerable populations. She has enjoyed many years as a teacher in the UW Medical School, actively participating in training medical students and residents. Dr. Sugg also enjoys working with patients to help them reach their health goals.
She received the Washington ACP internist of the year award and was recognized by her colleagues as a Top Doctor in the Seattle Met Magazine.
Dr. Sugg enjoys kayaking, reading mysteries and spending time with my family.