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Fred Reed, MD

Facilities Davenport Clinic, Reardan Clinic, Lincoln Hospital
Undergraduate school University of Washington, Bachelor of Arts, Economics
Pre-professional studies Boise State University
Medical school Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, Doctor of Medicine
Internship Naval Hospital, Bremerton, Family Medicine Internship (PGY1)
Additional training Naval Operational Medicine Institute, Pensacola, FL, Flight Surgeon Training
Residency Naval Hospital, Bremerton, Family Medicine Residency (PGY 2&3)
  • American Academy of Family Physicians, 1997—Present.
  • Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians, 1997-Present.
Special practice interests
  • Chronic disease care.
  • Men's health concerns.
  • Pediatrics & well child care.
  • Geriatrics & inpatient hospitalization.
  • Sick call
  • Women's health & gynecology.
  • Sports medicine & athletic physicals.
  • DOT physicals & injuries.
  • Diabetes program.
  • Removal of moles & skin abnormalities.
  • Emergency room.
  • Fractures & soft tissue injuries.
Board certification
  • Physician and Surgeon Certificate, State of Washington, 2007.
  • Physician and Surgeon Certificate, State of Idaho, 1998-present.
  • Board Certified Family Practice, American Board of Family Medicine.
  • National Board of Medical Examiners Diplomate, 1998.
  • American Board of Family Practice Diplomate, 2003.
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support — ACLS.
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support — PALS.
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support — ATLS.
  • Basic Life Support — BLS.


Dr. Fred Reed grew up in Yakima, Washington. An avid snow skier and hockey player, Dr. Reed enjoys the outdoors no matter what the season. As a veteran Navy physician, he has provided disaster relief in both Pakistan and Sri Lanka as well as care for service members and their families. He, his wife Kim, and their three children are glad to be putting down roots in Davenport where they can be close to family, recreational activities and still live "the quiet life."

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