Dr. Suzanne Leonard Harrison, MD is a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Rural Health and also serves as the FSU College of Medicine Director of Clinical Programs. Dr. Harrison graduated from the University of Washington School Of Medicine in Seattle and completed her Family Medicine Residency at Valley Medical Center, part of the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency Network. Following her training, Dr. Harrison spent a decade in Walla Walla, Washington practicing the full spectrum of family medicine including obstetrics. During that time she served as Department Chair of Pediatrics & Obstetrics at St. Mary Medical Center. Dr. Harrison was involved in clinical teaching while in private practice through the University of Washington MEDEX program and Whitworth College.
During her tenure in Tallahassee, Dr. Harrison has provided medical care for patients at the TMH Family Medicine Residency Program, Neighborhood Health Center, University Health Services, Leon County Health Department, Jefferson County Health Department, Wakulla County Health Department, and Taylor County Health Department. She also founded a free clinic and provided care for victims of violence and abuse at Refuge House from 2003-2013. Dr. Harrison has also provided medical care to clients through the Center for the Advancement of Human Rights.
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