Current Fellows

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Beth Fricke, MD MPH

Beth Fricke was born and raised in Seattle.  She comes to the fellowship having just completed her family medicine residency at Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency where she was the chief of the inpatient medicine service.  Prior to residency she attended the University of Washington for her medical and public health training, obtaining a Masters of Public Health from the Department of Global Health.  She is looking forward to her fellowship in Geriatrics, where she is excited to help her patients navigate the unique changes that arise during aging.

She will be a full-time fellow starting in August 2018 for 1 year.

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Iyabo Tinubu-Karch, MD

Dr. Iyabo Tinubu-Karch, M.D., comes to us with over a decade of experience as a hospitalist (at Swedish and elsewhere) and has a special interest in the following disciplines; focused interest on post-acute and long term care, minority geriatric populations, complex care management and innovative solutions in transitions of care. From her personal statement, "My diverse background positions me to serve as a valuable member of the Swedish geriatric medicine fellowship team from a complex clinical standpoint and a member of a diverse care team. My unique upbringing in Africa and England and my greater than 15 years in Seattle provides a rare perspective."

She will be a full-time fellow starting in August 2018 for 1 year.

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Amy Wilkerson, MD

I was born in Tacoma, but spent the next three decades of my life outside of Washington. During that time I earned my medical degree and masters of public health at Oregon Health and Sciences University. I finally returned to Washington for family medicine residency training at Swedish First Hill. For the last 5+ years of my career, I have worked exclusively in post-acute and long term care, which has been a very professionally satisfying practice. I’ve returned to Swedish for the geriatric fellowship, to solidify my career as a geriatrician. My interests lie in transitions of care and medical direction in nursing homes. My goals of patient care are to add quality and value to each patient’s treatment plan. In my personal life, I love to be outdoors, play games, laugh, and have fun with my sons and husband.