Leah HaykinM.D.


  • Family Medicine

I see patients at


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Dr. Leah Haykin is a family physician with a passion for social justice, the environment, and education. She is interested in reproductive health, obstetrics, gender reaffirming care, behavioral health, and addiction medicine. She is excited to serve, advocate for, and learn from patients of all incomes and cultural backgrounds.

While in college, Dr. Haykin volunteered at a free clinic for primarily houseless patients, and conducted research projecting the geographic distribution of climate change health impacts. Through these experiences, she became aware of how our environment – in terms of both physical spaces and social structures – impacts our health and leads to health inequities.

Dr. Haykin was drawn to family medicine during medical school, where she helped run a free clinic for undocumented patients. While there, she performed research on improving primary care delivery among houseless populations in Seattle and rural populations in Ghana.

Outside of the hospital, Dr. Haykin enjoys spending time outdoors cycling, hiking, and running, finding new recipes to cook, playing guitar, and spending time with friends, family, her partner, and Luna, her grumpy cat.


  • B.A., 2016, Brown University
  • M.D., 2020, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
  • Residency:

    • Family Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, 2020

Patient ratings

4.8 out of 5 (64 Ratings, 24 Comments)

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