Sumam M. Abraham, MD
- Education and Training
BA, University of Washington
MBBS, Kasturba Medical College
Transition Intern, Internal Medicine, Boston University Residency Program
Intern, Internal Medicine and Ambulatory Care Center, Carney Hospital
Resident, Tacoma Family Medicine
Dr. Sumam Abraham has practiced medicine for over two decades, serving diverse patient populations in Washington. She also served as the resident representative for Carney Hospital for the Washington State Medical Association-Women in Medicine organization. Dr. Abraham practices family medicine and supports various groups that encourage diversity and inclusion among medical staff.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 1998-presentMemberKing County Medical Society1998-presentMemberWashington State Medical Association2001-presentMemberPhysicians for Social Responsibility2008-presentFamily PhysicianKaiser Permanente Renton Medical Center2010-2012PresidentMinority Physicians and Allies, Business Resource Group2010-2012President of Business Resource GroupsGroup Health Permanente2011-2013Director of DiversityGroup Health Permanente2012-2015Clinic Team LeadGroup Health Renton Clinic2012-presentMemberPlanned Parenthood2013-presentMemberAmerican Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)2015-2017Chief of StaffKaiser Permanente Renton Medical Center2016-presentMind Trust Member, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Advisory CommitteeKaiser Permanente School of Medicine2017-2018Member, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Advisory CommitteeKaiser Permanente School of Medicine2017-presentGender Health ChampionGroup Health Permanente
- Publications (selected)
Peer-reviewed research manuscripts (selected)
Basse L, Brecher S, Abraham S, Maslow JN. Antibiotic resistance among isolates of Escherichia coli from chimpanzees with contact to humans (Kibali National Park, Uganda). 34th Annual Meeting, Infectious Diseases Society of America. New Orleans, LA. September 18-21, 1996.