Ali Lewis, MD, FACOG
Clinical Instructor
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Sites of Practice: 
UWMC - Northwest Campus
Date Joined UW Medicine: 
English, conversational in Spanish

Faculty Information


Personal Interests:

Running, Cycling, Travel with my family, Yoga, Meditation, Snow boarding

Why did you decide to pursue a career in OBGYN?

I lost my mom to cervical cancer when I was eight years old. In college I worked as a sexual health peer educator and as I started medical school, I discovered that I loved birth. OBGYN allows me to be with patients during some of the most pivotal moments of their live and guide them through complex decision making. I love being a translator of medical knowledge, helping people understand their care and what is best for them depending on their unique values.

What do you like about working at UW Medicine?

I trained at the University of Washington for both medical school and residency. I then moved to Northwest hospital with our midwives group as I continued to work teaching residents at the University of Washington Medical Center for four years before I transitioned full time to Northwest Hospital in 2014. I am excited to again work for UW Medicine as the two campuses merge in 2020. It feels like coming home.

What are your favorite things about living in the Seattle area?

I was born and raised in Seattle and have been here all of my life except college. I love the access to water as well as the mountains and all of my family and friends and the memories.

Board Certification: 
FACOG, 2012
Washington, 2010
Education & Training: 
Residency, Obstetrics & Gynecology
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Mailing Address: 

1560 North 115th Street

Suite 212

Seattle, WA 98133


Schedule an Appointment:

Please visit our clinic site or call

(206) 668-6644 to schedule an appointment.

Research & Clinical Interests
Research Interests: 

Community birth, collaborative care with midwives.

Clinical Interests: 

Support of normal pregnancy and physiologic birth, collaborative care with midwives, vaginal birth after cesarean, pregnancy after loss and infertility, trauma informed care, family planning, contraception, basic infertility evaluation and care, cervical dysplasia, menstrual disorders.