Education

The Global Emergency Medicine & Rural Health Fellowship is thrilled to have matched with Drs. Kaitlyn Main and Reid Haflich during the 2020 Fellowship match process.

Kaitlyn Main Headshot

After receiving her Bachelor of Arts at Linfield College in McMinnville, OR, Dr. Main completed her Medical Doctorate at Oregon Health & Science University. Se will join the UWashEM team after completing her Emergency Medicine Residency at Maine Medical Center. Dr. Main is currently serving as Chief Resident and is a collaborator for the Wilderness Medicine Elective at Maine Medical Center where she is completing her residency. She has also participated in the development of patient enclosure for viral containment as part of Maine Medical Center’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I am thrilled to be joining the UW EM team as part of the GEMRH Fellowship. I am so excited for the opportunity to work with underserved communities in Alaska, improve my understanding of disaster relief and humanitarian aid, and collaborate with the incredible team at UW. Since my very first interactions with the team, I have felt supported and welcome. I couldn't be happier to be joining this dedicated and compassionate group of people.”

Reid Haflich Headshot

Dr. Haflich, joining us from the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine, completed his Medical Doctorate at Boston University School of Medicine. Prior to medical school, Dr. Haflich earned both his Bachelor of Science and Master of Public Health from the University of California, Davis. Dr. Haflich has participated in numerous Global Health focused initiatives, including acting as Resident Leader for the Global Health Career Track at the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine where he coordinated resident participation in many different Global EM activities.

“I am ecstatic to be joining the UW EM family as a GEMRH fellow. Being a doctor at the furthest reaches of emergency medicine has been a goal of mine for many years. Indeed, the pursuit of the highest level of training in global health at an institution pushing the boundaries of what EM can achieve is an opportunity to craft the career I've always dreamed of. I look forward to the ingenuity, collaboration and mentorship for which UW EM is known.”

Drs. Main and Haflich will start their fellowships in July 2021.

For more information about the program, visit the Global Emergency Medicine and Rural Health Fellowship page.