Stephanie Fosback receives Outstanding Volunteer Clinical Teacher Award
Dr. Stephanie Fosback, clinical associate professor (WWAMI, Pullman) has received the Outstanding Volunteer Clinical Teacher Award from the American College of Physicians (ACP).
The award is bestowed upon a Member, Fellow, or Master of the College who has consistently volunteered their services to teach medical students, residents, or other trainees outside of their academic responsibilities.
Dr. Fosback completed her general internal medicine training at the University of Washington in June 2009 and joined Palouse Medical/Pullman Regional Hospital shortly afterward. She loves practicing in Pullman where she can care for this wonderful patient population in a comprehensive and complete way.
Since completing residency in 2009, Stephanie has been dedicated to teaching medical students through the University of Washington.
She has been repeatedly recognized for her dedication to her patients and for teaching medical students throughout her career. In medical school, she was awarded the Steven L. Rudnick Award in recognition of the support she provided her peers and graduated with Alpha Omega Alpha honors. During her residency at the University of Washington, her dedication to her patients earned her the Tina Juul-Dam Primary Care Award in 2009.
In recognition for her excellence in teaching she was recognized with the WWAMI Distinguished Teacher Award in 2013. In 2015 she received the Washington State ACP Golden Apple Teaching Award. In 2017 she was awarded the Washington Chapter ACP Internist of the Year Award, as well as the Richard M Tucker WWAMI Faculty Excellence in Teaching Lifetime Award.
She was the youngest person ever to receive this distinguished award from the University of Washington having received four separate teaching awards prior to this.
In 2019 she was awarded the Pullman Regional Hospital Physician Excellence Award.