Vicky Lott, MD
Hometown: Tri-Cities, Washington
Education and Clinical Training:
Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Washington State University (1995)
WWAMI at University of Idaho (1995)
University of Washington School of Medicine (1999)
Residency at Family Medicine Spokane in Spokane, WA (2002)
Board Certified in American Board of Family Medicine (2002 & 2009)
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
Nationally Certified DOT Examiner
I have also worked at urgent care centers at Rockwood clinic in Spokane, WA and Quickcare in Moscow, Idaho, as well as at the University of Idaho Student Health Center and provided medical care for the U of I Athletics Department.
Areas of Interest:
My greatest joy is being a mother to my two sons, Alex (11), Joey (9) and our German Shepherd, Rex. Children teach us what we really need to know in life. I love taking care of our students at WSU and learning from them as well. I enjoy working in the same clinic that I came to as an undergraduate college student 25 years ago, and later saw patients in for the first time as a first year medical student.
Providing guidance, promoting health, and encouraging students to be resourceful makes my work as a student health physician especially rewarding. It is a privilege to care for our students.