Camille joined the Swedish Family Medicine Faculty in February 2016. After attending Albany Medical College in upstate New York and Saint Anthony’s Family Medicine Residency in Denver, CO. she did a women’s health fellowship with the goal of making the practice of obstetrics in family medicine available to all who wanted it. This led to a fabulous 12 years of rural practice in Michigan where she had the delightful experience of practicing full service family medicine from birth to death, inpatient care, ambulatory care and obstetric care of patients.
Following that, she and her family moved to Orcas Island, where she served as the director of Orcas Medical Center and again cared for patients in a rural and small community setting.
Never avoiding a chance to learn, she got her MBA in health care from Auburn University in 2012 when it became clear that understanding business in health care would be important to her private practice and to developing hospital based multispecialty groups in the future.
Her husband and 3 children are her inspiration. When they are not outside hiking, skiing, biking or in a boat, they are inside reading or dreaming of what distant part of the world they might visit together.
Camille's hope is to help family physicians of the future know joy in their chosen profession and develop resilience and balance for doing the wonderful and sometimes challenging work of being people’s family doctor.