Paige Condit, MD

Paige Condit, MD
Paige Condit, MD

Paige Condit, MD

A robust global health curriculum is one of the big reasons I pursued residency at UW and it has surpassed my expectations.
Our monthly meetings with engaging presenters and topics are something I look forward to. Likewise, the fundamentals course is extremely well organized and filled with exceptional speakers, challenging discussions and simulations to prepare us for the realities of global health work. It’s nice to know that this experience is valued by residency leadership by making it protected time for all the residents involved. Being in the global health track is important to me because it not only provides the frame work to participate in effective clinical work around the world, but to also better understand the lived experience of the varied patient population in the US.

Paige Condit, MD (PGY-2)

Department of Pediatrics
2020-08-28T08:28:35-05:00

Paige Condit, MD (PGY-2)

Paige Condit, MD
A robust global health curriculum is one of the big reasons I pursued residency at UW and it has surpassed my expectations. Our monthly meetings with engaging presenters and topics are something I look forward to. Likewise, the fundamentals course is extremely well organized and filled with exceptional speakers, challenging discussions and simulations to prepare us for the realities of global health work. It’s nice to know that this experience is valued by residency leadership by making it protected time for all the residents involved. Being in the global health track is important to me because it not only provides the frame work to participate in effective clinical work around the world, but to also better understand the lived experience of the varied patient population in the US.