Suzanne Leonard Harrison, MD, FAAFP, FAMWA

Suzanne Leonard Harrison, M.D. is an Associate Professor and Education Director at the Florida State University (FSU) College of Medicine in Tallahassee, Florida, where she teaches in all four years of medical education. She provides academic advising for students in the preclinical years, and provides mentoring and career counseling for interested students throughout medical school. She was recognized by medical students for her commitment to teaching with the Hippocratic Award, for her service and compassion with induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society, and for her mentoring with the AMWA Exceptional Mentor Award.

Dr. Harrison has been active in the American Medical Women’s Association in several capacities. She has served as the Faculty Advisor for the FSU College of Medicine’s student AMWA branch for 10 years, during which time they were chosen as the Organization of the Year for the College of Medicine, and as the Graduate Organization of the Year for the entire University. At the national level, she serves as the Co-Chair of the Mentoring Task Force and Physicians Against the Trafficking of Humans, and has served 2 terms on the Board of Directors.

Dr. Harrison graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1990, and then completed a Family Medicine Residency at Valley Medical Center in Renton, Washington in 1993. She completed a Faculty Development Fellowship at UCSD in 2006 on the Care of the Underserved. Dr. Harrison is a board-certified Family Physician.

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