Katie Stevenson, MD

Headshot of Katie Stevenson, MD, MPH

Specialty: Family Medicine with Obstetrics

Medical Degree: Tufts University

Residency: Swedish Cherry Hill Family Residency Rural Training Track

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

Pronounces Name: KAY-tee STEE-ven-sun

About Katie Stevenson, MD

Katie Stevenson (she/her) was born and raised in Ewing, New Jersey. She was privileged to spend many summers at a summer camp that instilled in her the value of community, imagination, and a love for the outdoors. She completed her undergraduate training at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. She graduated from Bates with a B.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies and a passion for Correctional Health reform.

After taking a break to move to Colorado and learn to ski, she attended medical school at Tufts University’s Maine Track Program. Through the Maine Track, she split her medical school years between Boston, MA and Maine, which solidified her commitment to rural medicine. Katie took a community-based year between her third and fourth years of medical school. During this time she served as a Hospital Chaplain Intern and worked as Program Director for an Opioid Use Disorder street outreach program, Project REACH.

Katie is thrilled to be a part of the Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Rural Program and is looking forward getting to know new communities in both Seattle and Port Angeles. She is incredibly grateful to working with and learning from co-residents and other colleagues who see social justice and health advocacy as an integral part of Family Medicine. In Maine, Katie spent most of her free time around the water; paddleboarding, cold water swimming, learning to surf, and watching the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean. She’s excited to get to explore the waterways in the PNW and to learn about and from the indigenous communities that have been and continue to be caretakers of this water. Katie’s favorite flower is the dandelion.