Nancy Sugg, MD, MPH
Department of Medicine at Harborview & the Pioneer Square Clinic
Nancy Sugg is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at Harborview and is the Medical Director for the Healthcare for the Homeless Downtown Nursing Team, the 2nd Ave Clinic, the 3rd Ave Health Center, and the Pioneer Square Clinic at Harborview. She is the former Medical Director at the Urban Rest Stop Health Center and served as a Physician in Khmer and Ban Thad Vietnamese Refugee Camps. She currently serves as a board member on the Ethics Committee and the Ambulatory Care Advisory Committee at Harborview and on the board for the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program Office of Multicultural Affairs. She has received numerous awards, including the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar Award, the Foster McGaw Prize for Excellence in Community Service, the UW Medicine Service Excellence Award, Washington State 2010 Internist of the Year Award from the American College of Physicians, and was a “Leaders in Health Care” Award Finalist from Seattle Business Magazine.
Ms. Sugg graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, served as a Chief Resident of Internal Medicine at University of Washington, and earned her Master of Public Health from the University of Washington.
Nancy has served on the board since 2014. She is a Governing Council appointee.
- 2016 Governing Council
- 2016 Program Committee
- 2015 Governing Council
- 2015 Program Committee
- 2014 Governing Council
- 2014 Planning Committee