Kari Gillenwater, MD/MPH

Dr. Gillenwater is a board certified pediatrician and holds a Master's degree in Public Health. In addition to her work with the Harborview Foster Care Clinic, she serves patients at UW Neighborhood Kent / Des Moines Clinic. She has extensive experience working with at-­risk and foster care youth, as well as performing child welfare evaluations in emergency care.  Dr. Gillenwater particularly enjoys partnering with caregivers to provide the highest quality care for her patients.

Contact information: kari7@uw.edu

Won-Fong Lau Johnson, PhD

Dr. Lau Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Currently, she holds a position in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy Division at the University of Washington, where she is involved in trauma-informed research within the juvenile justice system and projects related to expanding the use of evidence-based practices for children and adolescents. She also teaches several graduate-level courses at UW. She is truly passionate about this work and strongly believes in equal access to quality mental health care.

Contact information: fongj8@uw.edu

Mei Tien, RN

Mei Tien joined the Harborview Foster Care team in October 2017.  She is a certified pediatric nurse and has been caring for pediatric patients since 2008. In addition to working at the Foster Care Clinic, she also cares for patients at Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic. Mei is incredible with organization and with children of all ages --she is a valuable asset to the Foster Care clinic.

Contact information:  hmcfcc@uw.edu