Christopher Frank, MD
Raised in a small town near Ann Arbor, Michigan, Dr. Frank earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with an MD and a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology. After deciding that he enjoys people more than test tubes, he completed his family medicine residency at the University of Wisconsin in a specialized program designed to prepare family physicians to work in smaller communities. Chris, his wife, Jennifer Richards, and their two children, Abby and Ben moved to Port Angeles in 2010. In addition to his primary care practice, Dr. Frank is an active teacher of medical students and resident physicians as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the University Of Washington Department Of Family Medicine. In 2015, Dr. Frank became the Public Health Officer for Clallam County, and he now divides his time between NOHN and Clallam County Health and Human Services. When not working, he enjoys exploring the outdoors with his children, digging in the garden, and cooking for friends and family. Dr. Frank’s clinical areas of interest include obstetrics, pediatrics, and the care of young families.
Clallam County Health Officer
Medical Degree: MD, PhD Johns Hopkins University
Residency: University of Wisconsin
Family Medicine and Obstetrics