American Board of Internal Medicine; American Board of Infectious Disease
Yuan Zhou, MD received her medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. She completed an internal medicine residency at Tulane University and an infectious disease fellowship and master’s in public health at the University of Washington.
“A culmination of experiences and people motivated me to choose medicine and continue to inspire my career. I was interested in how the body worked and healed as a child. I worked as a camp counselor for children with HIV/AIDS in college, and I traveled to South Africa, Lesotho, and China for health-related internships. I love hearing people’s personal stories. Medicine is the perfect intersection of science and personal histories. “
Dr. Zhou has an interest in general infectious disease as well as HIV/AIDS, hospital epidemiology, infection control and prevention, and antibiotic stewardship.
Traveling, photography, knitting and crafts
"I believe it is my job to empower patients to better understand their bodies, illnesses, and evidence-based treatments. Our medical relationship is a partnership to optimize communication and care."
Committee for Infectious Disease Society of America’s Antibiotic Stewardship Curriculum for Fellows; Consultant for the University of Washington’s Tele-Antibiotic Stewardship Program