Dr. Rawner is a neurohospitalist, specializing in acute neurologic conditions requiring hospitalization.
She has been a practicing neurohospitalist since 2009. In addition to her specialty in inpatient neurology, she is also fellowship trained as a headache specialist.
Dr. Rawner came to Washington to do her fellowship in headache at UW School of Medicine. She earned her medical degree at New York Medical College. She then went on to do her internship year in internal medicine at Tulane University School of Medicine. This was followed by her neurology residency, which she completed at Yale University School of Medicine.
Patient Care Philosophy
As a neurologist, what is most important to me is to be able to successfully take care of my patients, each of them with their own unique nervous system and their distinctive manifestations when that unique nervous system go awry. The nervous system is one of the last frontiers in medicine, where every day is a new discovery, and this translates into constantly being able to help more and more patients with each new innovation.
|UW - Dept. of Neurology||Fellowship|
|New York Medical College||Medical education||2004|
|Tulane University Medical Center||Internship||2005|
|Yale Univ. School of Medicine||Residency||2008|
|American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology||Neurology||2008|