|Katina Rue, DO|
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
Dr. Rue earned her bachelor's degree in Biology at Montana State University and her DO degree at University of Health Sciences in Kansas City (currently KCU). She completed her Rotating Internship and her Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency at Medical Center of Independence in Independence, MO where she served as Chief Intern and Chief Family Medicine Resident. After residency, she practiced Family Medicine both inpatient and outpatient medicine in a hospital-owned practice. She also provided medical services to the inpatient psychiatry unit for eight years. Currently, she is the Associate Program Director for Osteopathic Recognition at Central Washington Family Medicine Residency in Yakima. She has been faculty physician for 2 years. She has been a PNWU clerkship physician since it's inception. She has been involved in many organizations, including the Central Washington Osteopathic Foundation board of directors, NW Osteopathic Medicine Foundation board, WOMA committees, WAFP committees, and was recently elected to the Washington State Medical Association executive committee.
She enjoys clinical medical education, traveling, wine tasting, and spending time with her beautiful daughter Valeria and her significant other.