Brianne Rowan, MD

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Specialty: Family Medicine with Obstetrics

Medical Degree: University of Washington

Residency: Tacoma Family Medicine

Fellowship: Rural Family Medicine with High-Risk Obstetrics – Tacoma Family Medicine

Clinical Interests: Obstetrics, maternal-child health

Downtown Health Center
240 W. Front Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

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About Brianne Rowan, MD

Dr. Rowan is an Olympic Peninsula native, who grew up in Port Townsend and graduated from Chimacum High School. She always wanted to someday return home to the peninsula and she is thrilled to have finally settled here in Port Angeles. She completed her undergraduate training at Juniata College, majoring in Global Health. She then returned to the University of Washington for her medical training, where she also obtained a Master’s of Public Health in Global Health, with a focus on maternal-child health. She completed her residency at Tacoma Family Medicine and stayed on an additional year as a Rural Family Medicine with High-Risk Obstetrics fellow.

Dr. Rowan loves the full spectrum of family medicine, and finds it an honor to be able to walk alongside families, through everything from the miracle of childbirth to the moment when it is time for us to leave this world. She believes family physicians are not generalists but rather specialists in their patients, the families they care for, and the communities of which they are a part. She hopes to build long-lasting relationships with her patients, where she can provide guidance in helping patients and families create their own vision of what a healthy and happy life looks like for them. She also recognizes that health is impacted by community and societal factors, many of which are beyond any individual’s control, and believes part of her responsibility as a physician is to engage in these issues through volunteer work and social justice advocacy.

Outside of work, Dr. Rowan enjoys spending time with her family, traveling abroad and learning new languages, being outside (especially hiking, sailing or skiing), and on a rainy day—cuddling up with a cup of coffee, a board game and her two kitties on her lap.


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