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Our greatest teachers are our patients! Big thanks to Homer for the kind words and kudos to Dr Snowmassara, one of our TFM residents, for providing excellent care.Our greatest teachers are our patients! Big thanks to Homer for the kind words and kudos to Dr Snowmassara, one of our TFM residents, for providing excellent care. 

Our greatest teachers are our patients! Big thanks to Homer for the kind words and kudos to Dr Snowmassara, one of our TFM residents, for providing excellent care.

Grit City Magazine | A Message to Tacoma from Our Healthcare Workers 

"The people of Tacoma had their backs, though, and it didn’t take long for the message to become clear. 'For years now, MultiCare Pulse Heart Institute has been caring for Tacoma. Tacoma decided it was time to take care of Pulse,' said Sarah Botts."

The News Tribune | We endorse: Enrique Leon earns full term on Tacoma School Board

"We vote for Dr. Leon! Enrique Leon is one of our TFM attending physicians who is setting an example of stepping out of the hospital and into the community in order to advocate for our youth."

The Suburban Times | Tacoma’s first-ever school based clinic will provide care on campus

"A new MultiCare Health Clinic at Oakland High School, the first of its kind in Tacoma, is helping students succeed in school by allowing them to focus on graduation without having to leave campus for health care."

The News Tribune | Tacoma doctors could prescribe housing for homeless — if it existed

TFM resident Dr. Brianne H. Rowan publishes in the Tacoma News Tribune. Dr. Rowan discusses the topic of homelessness and housing instability, which is an important and urgent local and national issue. Thank you Dr. Rowan for your advocacy!

Op-Med | How Medicine Can Better Care for Those with Intellectual Disabilities

By Emily Johnson, MD, TFM Resident

"The gravity of joining the profession that defines the pathology of intellectual disability was not lost on me. The tension between the two communities sits atop a long history of discrimination against people with disabilities, much led by the medical profession."