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UW Pediatrics

New Application Instructions

An initial Clinical Faculty appointment can take up to six months to complete. To begin your Clinical Faculty application, please go to the following site to download the most current forms. The Faculty WWAMI Appointment CHECKLIST will provide you with a list of all the forms needed for a complete application.

The timeline begins once you complete the forms from the checklist. Route the application packet to your regional dean's office for additional letters of support. Please see the list of regional office contacts below for reference.


The regional office will send your application to the University of Washington Clinical Affairs Office where an additional letter will be produced by the Academic Affairs Dean. The support letters and your application packet will be submitted to the WWAMI Program office.

The packet will be sent to the Department of Pediatrics offices for recording and data entry into the University of Washington Clinical Faculty system.

Once the system information has been entered at the UW, an Employee ID and temporary password will be generated and you will receive your appointment letter, rank, appointment effective date and guidelines regarding your appointment.

Your site director, regional Dean's office and Dean of Academic Affairs office will be notified of your completed appointment.

For any inquiries, please contact My Linh Nguyen, WWAMI Program Coordinator at

If you are not a US Citizen, you are also required to submit the following information:

Visa status documentation (e.g., copy of visa, Employment Authorization Card).


Employment Eligibility Verification

If you already have a UW Clinical Faculty appointment and have issues logging in, please do one of the following:

  1. If you have logged in in the past and have created a password, please go to the following website for log-in and password recovery:
  2. If you have never created a NetID, but have your EID #, please go to the following website:
  3. If you don't have an EID, please contact My Linh Nguyen, WWAMI Program Coordinator at
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