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David Evans
Assistant Professor
Residency
evansd9@uw.edu
(206) 543-9525

Biography

David Evans, MD is a board-certified family physician offering a broad scope of services. Evans received a B.S. in Biochemistry from the Pennsylvania State University and his M.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where he graduated with honors. After a year spent in Washington, DC as the National President of the American Medical Student Association he completed his residency in Family Medicine at Tacoma Family Medicine in Tacoma, Washington.
For 15 year Dr. Evans practiced at Madras Medical Group where, in addition to providing clinical care, he was active in his local community and with organized medicine. He is a founding board member and a Past President of the National Physicians Alliance.
In 2012 Dr. Evans joined the faculty of the University of Washington School of Medicine where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and the Rosenblatt Family Endowed Professor in Rural Health. Dr. Evans is the recipient of several community service and teaching awards and enjoys living in Seattle, Washington with his wife, two children and dogs.


 

RHRC Publications

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Evans DV, Andrilla CHA, Yung, R. The association of rurality and breast cancer stage at diagnosis: a national study of the SEER cancer registry WWAMI Rural Health Research Center, University of Washington 10-20-2021

Larson EH, Andrilla CHA, Garberson LA, Evans DV. Geographic access to health care for rural Medicare beneficiaries: a national study WWAMI Rural Health Research Center, University of Washington 09-07-2021

Larson EH, Andrilla CHA, Garberson LA, Evans DV. Geographic access to health care for rural Medicare beneficiaries in five states: an update WWAMI Rural Health Research Center, University of Washington 04-01-2021

Longenecker RL, Andrilla CHA, Jopson AD, Evans DV, Schmitz D, Larson EH, Patterson DG. Pipelines to pathways: medical school commitment to producing a rural workforce J Rural Health 11-26-2020

Jopson AD, Pollack SW, Schmitz DF, Thompson MJ, Harris D, Bateman M, Evans DV, Patterson DG. Promoting health careers among rural K–16 students: a mixed-method study to describe pathway programs J Health Care Poor Underserved 11-01-2020

 

RHRC Presentations

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Andrilla CHA, Moore TE, Wong KM, Yung RL, Evans DV. Investigating the impact of geographic location on colorectal and breast cancer stage at diagnosis: a national study of the SEER cancer registry National Rural Health Association Annual Conference