Hailey Wilson (B.S. Health Science Studies) is a proud member of the Nez Perce Tribe and grew up in Lapwai, Idaho, a small town on her tribe’s reservation. She is a 2009 graduate and commencement speaker of Boise State University, graduating with a bachelors of science degree in health science studies and a minor in biology.
While at Boise State, Hailey was a member of the Honors College with which she was able to participate in fun outings like rafting and backpacking trips and an international trip to England and Scotland. Hailey also participated in the Intertribal Native Council and Boise State club softball during her time in Boise.
After graduation, Hailey went on to receive her medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed a residency in family medicine from the Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Program in Seattle, WA. She currently works as a full-spectrum family doctor for the Indian Health Services on the White Mountain Apache Reservation in Arizona.
Outside of medicine, Hailey enjoys watching and playing sports and running, she loves football and remains a big fan of the Boise State Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. Hailey also enjoys reading, movies and music, spending time with family, participating in cultural events and she recently taught her self to crochet and is working diligently on gifts for family members.
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