Katrina Quick, MD, grew up living overseas and it was while living in Kenya that she first developed an interest in medicine and commitment to serving others. Her sense of adventure prompted her to attend medical school in St. Maarten at the American University of the Caribbean, and her love for the outdoors took her to Casper, WY, for Family Medicine Residency. While completing her full spectrum rural family medicine residency she discovered her passion for women’s health and obstetrics. It was that same passion that motivated her to pursue a fellowship in surgical and high-risk obstetrics through the University of Washington in Spokane, WA. Katrina is grounded in the philosophy that health is a basic human right and aims to practice evidence-based medicine with equal care for all patients. She believes in a direct, hands on approach to teaching practical skills; allows autonomy that facilitates physician growth while providing a safe and receptive learning environment. She is married and together they have a pet black Labrador. The family are all outdoor enthusiasts and love to explore new places and cultures. When not traveling the world, they can be found hiking, biking, playing frisbee with the dog or just enjoying the lake on their paddle boards. Some of Katrina’s other hobbies include discovering new restaurants, coffee and ice-cream shops, as well as curling up with a good fiction novel and working on new craft projects.