Bari Laskow, MDPrimary Care Psychiatry Fellowship Co-Director
Bari Laskow grew up in the Northeast, spending her formative years in New Jersey. She completed her undergraduate degree in the humanities at New York University – The Gallatin School, creating her own major exploring the social determinants of health. After spending some time in the NGO world in New York City, Liberia, and Guatemala, she attended medical school at the University of Pittsburgh. Taking a year off from medical school, she worked in El Salvador completing a research project on cervical cancer screening via self-collection of HPV swabs in the community. She completed residency at Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine in Seattle, WA where she had the privilege of matching at Sea Mar Community Health Center, an FQHC focusing on the care of the underserved Latino community. While at Swedish Cherry Hill, she completed an Area of Concentration in Reproductive Health. She is joining the Full Circle Health Nampa faculty after working at Sea Mar as a community preceptor for another year after graduation.
Other professional interests include racial health equity, addiction medicine, comprehensive reproductive healthcare, LGTBQ healthcare, and community engagement. Outside of medicine, Bari spends her free time exploring the great outdoors with her husband, cooking and eating almost anything, and playing board games.