Dr. Megan Roosen-Runge is a board-certified general internist originally from Whidbey Island, Washington. She completed medical school at Stanford University and then her internal medicine and chief residency at the University of Washington in Seattle. While in residency, she spent a month in Soldotna working with Dr. Bramante and the rest of the CPIM staff and it was that experience that inspired her move to Alaska. She is passionate about building relationships with patients that help empower them to take on the challenges of living with complex medical conditions. Outside of work, Dr. Roosen-Runge enjoys backpacking, skiing, running, traveling, cooking, baking, and spending time with her husband, Nicko, a new anesthesiologist at CPH, and their young son.