Dr. Fran Broyles, was born in Santa Monica California, and grew up in Gainesville, Florida. She completed Medical School at the University of Florida Gainesville, in 1984, and her Internal Medicine training in Dallas, Texas in 1989, where she served a year as Chief Medical Resident. Her Fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism was done at the University of Washington in Seattle. She subsequently entered private practice at Swedish Hospital Seattle, where she has practiced for 30 years. She has been named a Top Endocrinologist in Seattle more than 20 times in her career. She served as the Medical Director of the Neuroendocrinology/Pituitary Program at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, as well as Medical Director of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition for Swedish Health Care system. She served as Clinical Lead and Medical Director of the in-patient glycemic program for Swedish Health Care System, the clinical lead for the outpatient Diabetes Pathway and Healthy Weight Initiative for Swedish/Providence and was integral to the development of The Osteoporosis Program at Minor and James/Swedish. She has had a broad interest in Endocrinology, including Diabetes, Obesity, Lipids, Osteoporosis, Thyroid, Women’s health, Pituitary, and Adrenal problems. She enjoys teaching and remains a clinical Associate Professor in Medicine at the University of Washington. She has multiple articles in peer reviewed journals and has presented at clinical and educational meetings.
Dr. Broyles is married with 2 daughters, and 2 grandchildren. She loves reading fiction, hiking, yoga, spending time with family and getting lost in play with her grandchildren.