Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Current Fellows

Julie Augenstein

Julie Augenstein, MD (2014-2017)

Residency in Pediatrics at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

"It has been a privilege to train at Seattle Children’s. The clinical training is excellent and the PEM fellows are well supported by all levels of faculty. There are so many incredible opportunities for mentorship, career development, and research."
Hiromi Yoshida, MD (2014-2017)

Hiromi Yoshida, MD (2014-2017)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

"This program offers excellent clinical training as well as diverse research and educational opportunities. The department is constantly working to improve the quality and delivery of care, making it a dynamic place to work."
Wee-Jhong Chua, MD (2015-2018)

Wee-Jhong Chua, MD (2015-2018)

Residency in Pediatrics at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York – Columbia University

"I feel so fortunate to be at Seattle Children's Hospital. The culture of safety, teamwork, and evidence-based medicine form the foundation for the outstanding care we provide for our patients. I come to work everyday with a smile on my face, because I get to work with truly wonderful people. Seattle Children's is the perfect place to for me to grow as a clinician and advocate for children and their families."
Emily Hartford, MD (2015-2018)

Emily Hartford, MD (2015-2018)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

"Seattle Children's is an incredible institution and I feel it's really a privilege to train here with such amazing faculty, co-fellows, nurses, and staff. The entire multidisciplinary team shares a strong commitment to excellence in patient care. As a fellow, there are truly unlimited opportunities for research, mentoring, and education, and the faculty members are extremely supportive."
Corinne Shubin, MD (2016-2019)

Corinne Shubin, MD (2016-2019)

Residency in Pediatrics at University of Washington

Drew Taylor Louden, MD (2016-2019)

Drew Taylor Louden, MD (2016-2019)

Residency in Pediatrics at Stanford University

"Seattle Children's is a great place to be a fellow because your education and research interests are a primary focus. The faculty and staff are actively engaged in your learning and building your clinical and procedural experience while providing outstanding patient care. The Emergency Department's focus on continuous process and quality improvement make it a perfect place to learn fundamentals of improvement, and it offers many opportunities to participate in projects that focus on improving care delivery for all children."