WRITE (WWAMI Rural Integrated Training Experience) is a 20-week clerkship experience for third-year medical students from the University of Washington School of Medicine. These students have applied and been selected by the University of Washington to spend the second half of their third-year in a rural practice. The University of Washington School of Medicine has selected Coulee Medical Center as a teaching facility for these students; Dr. Andrew Castrodale and Dr. Jacob Chaffee will be the co-preceptors for incoming WRITE students. Prior to beginning WRITE, the student will have completed six weeks of OB/GYN, six weeks of surgery, three weeks of pediatrics, eight weeks of internal medicine and three weeks of psychiatry. During their time at Coulee Medical Center the student will recieve training in family medicine.
CMC Welcomes WRITE Student Jennifer Knox