- Palliative Care
“The places in which we are seen and heard are holy places. They remind us of our value as human beings. They give us the strength to go on.” Naomi Remen
Susan Jouflas is a Physician Assistant with a special interest in Hematology, Oncology, and Palliative Care.
She is on the board of the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation, providing essential services to people living in the Enumclaw Plateau area. She is also active in her local church and women’s ministries.
Susan has been drawn to the world of oncology and supportive care since she was a college student. She loves the complexity of cancer care, but also the complexity of the human spirit as she hears patient’s stories and walk alongside them.
Her great love outside of work is adventure. Susan loves hiking and climbing, especially with her three adult sons and biking with her husband. On her days off you will usually find her in the mountains.
Medical School: McGill University Microbiology and Immunology. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Masters level research under the direction of Drs Mark Featherstone and John Hassell on adenoviruses. University of Washington- master’s in Social Work. Seattle, Washington Emphasis on organization and chemistry dependency.
University of Washington, School of Medicine, MEDEX NW, Seattle, Washington Certificate Program of Physician Assistant
Board Certifications: National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants