Christopher Beaudoin studied liberal arts at Hampshire College 2002-2006. He attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY, where he won numerous awards (Dean’s List, Gold Humanism Honors Society, and the Tamara Bolin Humanism Award). He completed his residency at University of Washington’s Internal Medicine program, where he focused on global health and caring for patients at the public hospital’s clinic. He returned to New York City as a Global Health and Clinical Skills faculty member for the Primary Care and Social Medicine residency program, splitting time between primary care in a Federally Qualified Health Center in the south Bronx and directing inpatient and outpatient care in Kisoro, Uganda, an area of extreme rural poverty.
With an adventurous spirit and seeking the next venue to grow as a clinician, Dr. Beaudoin chose Alaska to continue expanding his practice of medicine and to humbly learn more about rural America. He is honored to join the Alaska Hospitalists Group and looks forward to living “North to the future.