Amy Solomon MD

Amy Solomon

Amy Solomon MD

Fellow, American Academy Family Medicine; Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, UW Medicine

Amy Solomon MD is a Family Doctor, an Addiction Specialist and a fellow through the Osher Collaborative in Integrative Medicine.

Dr. Solomon has had a lifelong passion for medicine. She began teaching herself the full spectrum of the healing arts as a youngster; self-studying botanicals and the ancient traditions such as Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine
She completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) and proceeded directly to medical school at St. Louis University. She did her Residency in Family Medicine at Santa Monica/UCLA.

Dr. Solomon worked in a small rural town in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California for 20 years. Initially, as part of a group and then for 10 years in her own integrative medical practice. During that time she took an additional interest in Addiction Medicine.

She was the Medical Director of a large 72-bed residential facility for drug and alcohol rehabilitation for six years while maintaining a full time family practice. During that tenure she became Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. She went on to become the Medical Director and help open a dual diagnosis (Mental Health and Substance use disorders) Integrative day treatment center in Santa Cruz, CA.

In 2017 she decided “it was her turn to teach” and she did a nationwide search for the right fit. She was fortunate to be hired on as full time faculty at the Montana Family Practice Residency (part of WWAMI) in 2018 and is now also an Associate Clinical Professor through the University of Washington.

As a faculty physician she is able to further the education of Family Practice Residents especially in matters of Addiction and Integrative Medicine.

In 2022, in order to formalize and further her knowledge of Integrative Medicine, she joined the Osher Faculty Fellowship in Integrative Medicine. She anticipates sitting for the Integrative Medicine Boards in 2024.

When she is not busy with work, she loves spending time reading poetry, celebrating holidays and keeping up with all her friends and family.