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Karen M. Fitzpatrick

Karen M. Fitzpatrick MD

Medical Director, Performance Improvement; Medical Director, Ambulatory Informatics; Associate Professor

P.O. Box 9152
1 Medical Center Drive
Level I, HSC South
Morgantown, West Virginia 26506 - 9152
Email:
Phone:304-598-6900 x75920
Fax:304-598-4459

Associate Professor

Family Medicine (SOM)

Clinical Faculty

Education

WVU School of Medicine, MD

Details

Long Bio

Dr. Karen Fitzpatrick is an Associate Professor for WVU’s Department of Family Medicine and the Medical Director for the Patient Centered Medical Home, Performance Improvement and Ambulatory Informatics.   She is the Program Director for the innovative academic Patient Centered Medical Home Fellowship and is a NCQA PCMH Certified Content Expert.  After undergraduate work in Chemistry, she obtained her Medical Degree and completed her Family Medicine residency at West Virginia University.

Over the years, she has delivered countless presentations, served on 30 Departmental, University and Hospital committees, and has been published on a variety of topics.  Dr. Fitzpatrick’s interests include chronic disease management, quality improvement and population health, medical informatics and homeless street medicine outreach. 

Healthcare

Appointment Phone

304-598-6900

Website

http://wvuhealthcare.com/wvuh/Healthcare-Services/Primary-Care/Sleeth-Family-Medicine-Center

Practice Locations

Sleeth Family Medicine Center — Health Sciences Campus - Morgantown

Clinic Location

Health Sciences Center - Clark K. Sleeth Family Medicine Center.: Use the Health Sciences Center Pavilion entrance. Turn left at the Hazel Ruby McQuain Pavilion. Enter through the bank of doors, turn right, go through the next bank of doors. Family Medicine Center is straight ahead.

Special Training

Residency: Resident
WVUH Department of Family Medicine , 1986

Board Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine
Family Medicine

Practice Specialities

Family Medicine

Special Interests

Chronic Disease Management
Evidence Based Medicine
Medical Informatics
Underserved Populations/Homeless Healthcare