Leah G. Kobes, MD
Doctor Leah Kobes grew up in Spokane, and spent much of her life in the surrounding small towns of Eastern Washington. She attended Washington State University and graduated with degrees in Music (trumpet) and Genetics. She worked as a nurse aide in a local assisted living facility, as well as a school bus driver. She attended medical school with the WWAMI program through the University of Washington, where she spent her first year in Pullman, WA and her second year in Spokane. She has always wanted to practice family medicine in a smaller town, and did several clinical rotations in Grand Coulee, WA and Colfax, WA. She and her husband, Kelly, moved to the area from Wilbur, WA for her to complete residency at the Family Medicine Residency Spokane. She graduated from residency in June 2019 and began practicing as a family doctor in Deer Park. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Physicians, and is a member of the Washington Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Washington Rural Health Association, and the Spokane County Medical Society. In July 2020, she opened her own private practice in Deer Park and is excited to serve the community long-term. She and her husband have a farm south of town. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her husband and young son, fishing, square dancing, hiking, wood working, cooking/meat crafting, playing music, farming, participating in church activities, and visiting with family.