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Mary P Fairchok, MD

Mary P Fairchok, MD

Mary P Fairchok, MD

Pediatric Hospitalist, Pediatric Infectious Diseases

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Phone: 253-403-4437, option 3

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Certification: American Board of Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Disease

Languages: English

Practice Philosophy: I partner with patients and their families to provide the best care possible. Ensuring that I partner with patients and parents by gaining their trust, understanding their concerns, and providing a clear plan is my goal with every visit. Ongoing communication with families and the medical team also help me to offer effective treatment strategies. My goal is for patients and parents to feel they are heard, understood and confident in the care they receive.

Professional School: Tufts University School of Medicine

Residency: Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Pediatrics

Fellowship: Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Pediatric Infectious Disease

Internship: Walter Reed Army Medical Center - Pediatrics

Special Interests: Dr. Fairchok's research interests include respiratory viruses, immunizations and pneumoccal disease with experience in IND vaccine trials.

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Mary Fairchok, MD, COL(ret), is board certified in pediatrics and infectious diseases, offering comprehensive care for acute and chronic infectious diseases. She has over 30 years of practice experience, has authored over 40 peer reviewed medical articles, and has presented lectures and research both nationally and internationally. Dr Fairchok retired from the US Army after 21 years of active service, and was the Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and the Pediatric Residency Program Director at Madigan Army Medical Center while on active duty. She currently serves as a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington, and directs the Mary Bridge Pediatric Clerkship for UW medical students. Away from work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their three daughters hiking, reading, boating and traveling.

A few selected honors Dr. Fairchok has been recognized for include Washington Top Doc; Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, along with multiple teaching and research awards. 

Some of the conditions Dr. Fairchok treats include:

  • Complicated or unusual infections
  • Bone, skin and joint infections
  • Prolonged or repeated fevers
  • Congenital infections or exposures including Hep C, Hep B, syphilis, CMV, toxoplasmosis, HIV, zika
  • Management of home IV antibiotic treatment
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection (HIV and AIDS) exposures and infections
  • Immunodeficiencies or recurrent infections
  • Tuberculosis
  • Coronavirus infections and MIS-C
  • Internationally acquired infections
  • MRSA
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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