Zed Zha, MD
Zed Zha, MD, is a board-certified family physician. She graduated from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, where she received the Gold Humanism Honor Society Award and the John F. Radebaugh Community Service Award. She completed her residency training at the Mayo Clinic - La Crosse Family Medicine Residency, where she was the recipient of the Residency Research Award. Dr. Zha currently practices full-scope primary care with obstetrics and hospital medicine in rural Washington state. She served as her organization’s COVID-19 Task Force Physician Lead during the first year of the pandemic.
Besides patient care, Dr. Zha actively engages in teaching and research. She is a clinical instructor for the University of Washington School of Medicine. Her research has been published in the American Academy of Pediatrics Newsletter, Neonatology Today, Journal of Investigative Medicine, Journal of Medical Case Reports, Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, among others. Additionally, Dr. Zha is an upcoming fellow in the Underserved Dermatology Fellowship.
Zed is a first-generation immigrant from Beijing, China. Reading, writing, traveling, and backpacking fuel her soul. These days, Moshi Moshi, her labradoodle puppy, goes wherever Zed goes.