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Nicole Ehrhardt MD

Nicole M. Ehrhardt MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, University of Washington Medicine Diabetes Institute, Seattle, Washington

Dr. Ehrhardt graduated from Uniformed Services University and completed her Internal Medicine and Endocrinology training at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. She then served as an endocrinologist in the army for 8 years. After completing her service in the military, she joined the Medical Faculty Associates at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. from 2014-2020. Recently, she transitioned to The Diabetes Institute at University of Washington in Seattle, WA. Dr. Ehrhardt has always been interested in lifestyle changes and multi-disciplinary approaches to the treatment of disease processes.  Her original research was in the use of continuous glucose monitoring(CGM) in patients with type II diabetes and she recently completed a pilot study looking at CGM as a behavior modification tool in patients with diabetes. She currently has an investigator initiated grant to look at CGM in gestational diabetes population. She is also involved in tele-mentoring primary care physicians for complex diabetes management through the ECHO model. She is an advocate for technology and teaching whole body health to patients living with diabetes.


Dr. Ehrhardt has received a consulting fee from Novo Nordisk, received investigator-initiated grants from Dexcom and educational grants from MERCK and Novo Nordisk.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Payments for Noninsulin Glucose-Lowering Drugs