Dr. Al Fisk is Chief Medical Officer at The Everett Clinic which serves more than 295,000 patients in Snohomish County. He joined the Clinic in 1986 as a Primary Care Internist. In January 2000 Dr. Fisk became The Everett Clinic’s Medical Director until he was promoted to the newly created role of Chief Medical Officer in 2009. Dr. Fisk has helped position the Clinic as national leader for high quality care and best workplace practices. During his tenure, the American Medical Group Association awarded the Clinic with the Preeminence Award for outstanding physician and staff satisfaction, and the Acclaim Award for safe integrated care. Dr. Fisk has been called upon by Congress to testify on needed improvements in Medicare and healthcare reform.
Dr. Fisk received a B.A. in Economics from Harvard University and completed premedical studies at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. He is board certified in internal medicine and received his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Fisk completed his residency in primary care internal medicine at the University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals in Seattle. In 2000, he earned a Master’s degree in Medical Management from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Dr. Fisk is currently Chairman of the Board of Sentinel Assurance Risk Retention Group. He serves as Board member of the Council of Accountable Physician Practices, and Board member of the American Medical Group Association Foundation. Dr. Fisk is a former Board member of the American Medical Group Association, past board member of Medical Partners Northwest and also served as Medical Director of that organization.