Sari L. Yehuda, MD

Education: 
B.A., Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 2004
M.D., Ben Gurion University of the Negev, 2008
Certification: 
American Board of Internal Medicine, 2012
American Board of Pediatrics (pending), 2012
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
“The most rewarding part about working with Neighborcare is the opportunity to serve those who would otherwise be unable to receive health care. The diversity of our patient population is an added bonus. The clinics operate in a way that allows each patient to be treated as an individual, and in the context of their cultural and religious beliefs.”
Other: 

Sari has interests in both community and global health. She has traveled to Ethiopia twice to work at Black Lion Hospital, the country’s largest public hospital. Sari is originally from Philadelphia and recently moved to Seattle. She loves traveling and getting to know new cultures. Sari recently adopted a Labradoodle named “Zulu.”

Languages spoken:
English