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Sabeena Setia, M.D., M.P.H., is a board certified physician at the UW's Medicine Consultation Group and a UW assistant professor of General Internal Medicine.

Dr. Setia has a background in epidemiology and public health and has worked in the past advocating for increased access to contraception to prevent unwanted pregnancy. She strives to individualize care to the needs of the specific patient, develop a culture of mutual understanding and respect and use plain language to communicate often complex ideas. Her relationships with patients bring her great joy and satisfaction.

Dr. Setia earned her M.D. at the UW. Her clinical and research interests include perioperative medicine and medicine consultation, health care of women of child-bearing age, working with limited English speaking and underserved populations, geriatrics, palliative care, health care disparities and frailty as a predictor of perioperative risk.

Personal Interests

In her free time Dr. Setia enjoys dancing, Zumba, hiking, reading post-colonial literature, '80s and '90s new wave and hip hop music, going out to hear music, goofing off with her children and snuggling with her dog.
New York Presbyterian Hospital (Columbia Campus)

Residency, 2007

New York Presbyterian Hospital (Columbia Campus)

Internship, 2005

Univ. of Washington, School of Medicine

Medical education, 2004


Board Certifications
  • Internal Medicine, 2007, American Board of Internal Medicine