Dr. Justin Osborn's passions include patient care and training the next generation of primary care physicians. "Being a physician is more than diagnosing and treating," he says. "It requires listening, interpreting and coaching patients to make healthier choices, and to be willing to be supportive even when there is an unclear diagnosis or uncertainty."
By applying his medical knowledge and considering specific social determinants of health, Dr. Osborn can help his patients at every level. He believes that being empathetic and sharing medical knowledge in an understandable way leads to better care.
Dr. Osborn earned his medical degree from the University of Virginia and completed his internship and residency with the University of Washington. After his residency he worked as an associate professor and associate program director at the University of Washington.
When he is not practicing medicine, Dr. Osborn enjoys various activities such as painting, biking, hiking and supporting local farmers markets.
University of Virginia 1989
University of Washington School of Medicine 1992
American Board of Family Medicine, Family Medicine