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Assistant Professor, Medicine
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Health Systems and Population Health


Maralyssa Bann, MD is a hospitalist at Harborview Medical Center where she has previously served as Director of Hospital Medicine and as Associate Medical Director for Acute Care. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and holds a faculty appointment as Assistant Professor in the UW Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Bann specializes in inpatient care that emphasizes equity, harm reduction, and patient-centeredness. Her research efforts focus on studying hospital-based healthcare delivery in a safety net setting. She also mentors students and trainees throughout the UW system.

Education & Training

  • MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD (2007–2011)
  • Internal Medicine Internship and Residency, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (2011–2014)
  • Medical Education Research Certificate, American Association of Medical Colleges (2016)


  • Top 10% Most Highly Rated Peer Reviewer for Journal of Hospital Medicine (2018)
  • WWAMI Pro Award (2018)
  • Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Excellence in Medical Student Research Award (2011)
  • AFAR Medical Student Training in Aging Research (2008)
  • Barry M. Goldwater Research Scholarship (2004)Intel Science Talent Search Semi-Finalist (2002)

Research Interests 

  • Decision to Admit
  • Safety Net Institutions
  • Healthcare Utilization
  • Discharge Process