Katherine Wojnowich, MD, joined the family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship programs in 2015 and became the director of the sports medicine fellowship in 2020. Originally from the northeast, she completed her bachelor's degree in the classics at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts and then earned her medical degree at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan through the prestigious humanities and medicine program. While in medical school, she was elected by her classmates into the Gold Humanism Society and inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Medical Society.
Dr. Wojnowich completed her family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship at Bayfront, joining the faculty in 2015 with the goal of helping to expand the Sports Medicine Center and increase teaching opportunities for residents and fellows. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine and holds a certificate of added qualifications in sports medicine. She is also a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, a member of the Florida Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and an affiliate assistant professor with the University of South Florida.
In addition to sports medicine, Dr. Wojnowich is interested in complementary and alternative medicine, nutrition and women's health. She enjoys working with fellows and teaching procedural skills, including splinting and casting, joint injections, ultrasound-guided diagnosis and injections, as well as regenerative therapies, including platelet-rich plasma harvesting and injections. She has published sports articles in FP Essentials, Florida Family Physician and 5 Minute Clinical Consults.
When not seeing patients or providing local sideline coverage (alongside her fellows) for local Tampa Bay colleges and sports teams, Dr. Wojnowich, her husband and their three young children enjoy running, kayaking and exploring the natural beauty of the west coast of Florida.