Family Medicine Provider Caitlin MacCoun, MD

Caitlin MacCoun, MD, joined Island Primary Care – M Avenue this week. For the past three years, MacCoun was an attending physician at Strawberry Wilderness Clinic/Blue Mountain Hospital in John Day, Oregon, where she practiced full spectrum medicine including inpatient, emergency, clinic and obstetrics. In addition, she served as Obstetric and Nursery Provider Department Chair.

MacCoun earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, Wisconsin. She completed her residency at Cascades East Family Medicine in Klamath Falls, Oregon, and she completed her Family Medicine and Obstetrics Fellowship at Swedish First Hill Hospital in Seattle, where she trained in high-risk obstetric medicine and taught for the family medicine residency clinic. She is board certified and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

MacCoun’s clinical interests lie in preventative health and wellness, chronic disease management, acute care, women’s health and sports injuries. She loves family medicine because of the relationships she is able to build with patients and their families.

“I really enjoy taking care of people across their lifespan with all of the ups and downs that life brings,” MacCoun said.

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jason Hogge said MacCoun brings impressive experience to the clinic.

“We’re excited to welcome Dr. MacCoun and look forward to the care she will give to her patients and the connections she will make with families. It’s a win-win for us,” Hogge said.

When she’s not practicing medicine or teaching medical students, MacCoun, who grew up in rural Wisconsin, enjoys hiking, biking, running, kayaking and cross country skiing with her husband and their three dogs. As a new resident to Anacortes, MacCoun looks forward to expanding her gardening skills and building a hobby farm.

To schedule an appointment with MacCoun, call 360.293.3101.

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Published on November 28, 2023