Faith Deis, MD
Washington State University Elson S Floyd College of Medicine. Faith grew up in Graton and is overjoyed to return to Sonoma County for her residency, and give back to the community she was raised in. After graduating from El Molino High School, she attended Harvard University where she studied evolutionary biology and health policy. At Harvard, she pursued work in global health in Kenya and South Sudan and reproductive health/rights on campus. After graduating, she moved to Seattle to work at a political non-profit and then transitioned to a career in veterinary medicine.
Faith attended Washington State University Elson S Floyd College of Medicine. During medical school, she was involved with Health Equity Circle, Medical Students for Choice, and advancing DEI initiatives at her school. She was awarded the Underserved Impact Award for her work on trans medicine at the Washington Department of Corrections. Faith’s passion for family medicine stems from its focus on the community. Her clinical interests include reproductive health, gender-affirming care, and addiction medicine. Outside of medicine, you can find Faith spending time with family, preferably outdoors, or curled up with a good book and a cat on her lap.