Meet Caitlin Hill, MD

Residency Program Director

Caitlin Hill, MD

Dr. Hill is CWFMR’s Assoc. Program Director. Caitlin’s passion for her work comes from sharing her love of rural full scope family medicine practice, and dedication to teaching future family physicians who will help cement the partnership between patient and doctor as the cornerstone of medicine and community health

Caitlin’s History

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Undergraduate: Bachelors in Science dual degree in Anthropology and Biology
Medical School: University of Minnesota Medical School, Twin Cities
Residency: University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Baraboo Rural Training Track

Obstetrics Fellowship at Essentia Health in Duluth Minnesota

Professional Accomplishments:
Family Medicine OB Fellowship Special

Professional Interests:
Obstetrics care including high risk and surgical, and the mother baby dyad

Professional Organizations / Affiliations:
WAFP, AAFP, ALSO instructor; STFM

Family Status:

I live with a brood of all boys – husband, sons, and our pup.


Hiking, cross country skiing, cooking,gardening, engaging with CSAs.  toddler chasing, and cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers

Length of time with CWFM:

Since 2017

Length of time in the area:

Since 2017

Why do you want to work for CHCW?

“I am excited to have the opportunity to work with a wonderful community of care providers who are championing primary care and community health.”

Caitlin aspires to:

“I aspire to help empower each of my patients to take control of her/his health through actively partnering with them to make the best health care decisions for them and their family, and by becoming an active member in the Yakima community who will champion opportunities and public health decisions that encourage a safe, healthy, and welcoming space for all Yakima community members.”

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