Where Are They Now? 

The objective of the University of Washington Global & Rural Health Training Program is to train the next generation of leaders in medical fields to bring dignified, justice-oriented, and sustainable improvements to the healthcare of vulnerable populations within global and local communities. We are committed to improving the health care systems that affect the most vulnerable populations.


Year Fellow Name Current Institution
2019 Joyce Achenjang, MD Teaching Hospitalist, Norton Healthcare, Louisville, KY
2019 Rebecca Touger, MD Hospitalist, Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett, WA
2018 Andrea Gaspar, MD Internal Medicine Core Faculty Member, Georgetown University Hospital/MedStar Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Residency Program, Baltimore, Maryland
2018 Andrew McGuinness, MD Internal Medicine Hospitalist, Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, AK
2017 Megan Dunning, MD Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage AK
2017 Laura E. Romcevich, MD Pine Ridge Hospital, Pine Ridge, SD
2017 Linnea Smith, MD Clinical - Hospitalist, Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, AK
2016 A-Ling Lin, DO Internist, Alaska Native Medical Center