Lacy Fettic

Lacy Fettic, M.D.

Assistant Professor; Residency Associate Program Director

Summary

Past Experience

During the completion of her residency training in June 2012, Dr. Fettic took the opportunity to conduct research in Europe. During this time she confirmed her love of teaching, research and desire to continue full spectrum primary care with inpatient, outpatient and OB opportunities. She returned to the residency program in September 2012 as an Assistant Professor.

Personal

I am a 5th generation Nevadan who grew up on a ranch in a rural area of Northern Nevada. I completed my B.S. at Boise State University in Radiologic Science and worked as a CT Tech for 3 years prior to starting medical school at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine in 2005. Then I completed a Family Medicine residency training at UNRMed's Family Medicine Program, graduating in 2012. Upon completion, I joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor and am currently serves as the department's Clerkship Director and Associate Program Director. My husband and I have a young daughter and love living in Reno.

Passions: Maintaining physical and mental wellbeing! Spending as much time with family and friends as possible...preferably outdoors!
Why University of Nevada Reno? I feel so fortunate to have a job where I yearn to go to work! I am able to teach the best and the brightest, work alongside incredibly motivated, talented faculty members and provide care to an underserved population. These things bring me such joy! The amazing outdoor opportunities in the Reno-Tahoe area are superlative, making my time away from work ultimately enjoyable.

Favorite book: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Favorite quote: Be the change you seek. - Ghandi

Hometown: Orovada, Nevada

Education

Dr. Fettic completed her BS in Radiologic Science at Boise State University in 2002 and worked as a CT/x-ray technologist for 3 years prior to starting medical school at the University of Nevada in Reno in 2005. She completed her residency training at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Family and Community Medicine Program in June of 2012.