- I've been a patient for almost 20 years, first with Dr Cahn but I mostly see Amy Cheng these days. Both are have everything you'd want out of a caregiver: intelligence both mental and emotional, highly intuitive and adaptable and compassionate. Several years ago, Dr Cahn said, " look, your cholesterol is bad, you want to take medicine for it or work some kale into your diet? Your choice." Because he gets that it is my choice. I'm kale over drugs.
- they have a very practical approach to healthcare and can always find time for regular patients
- Great doc if you're in the U Village area.
- Dr. Kamo is thorough, takes the time to explain and provide documentation, and is great at articulating the pros/cons of treatment options. His unassuming demeanor makes patients relaxed and Dr. visits comfortable.
- Lindsay is our children's doctor, and she is AMAZING with them. Lindsey is incredibly kind, fast, and efficient. She's also my OBGYN. We went into labor the day she was returning from vacation, and when she found out we were in the hospital she came straight over so she could be there for the delivery.
- I've been seeing Dr. Gunnell at Swedish for several years now and have always been pleased with her care. She's family practice, so I see her for regular checkups, she was my OB/Gyn and delivered my son, and is now his pediatrician as well. Love that she's seen me through everything!
- Very empathetic, practical, and like a friend you'd trust with your life. She has made my diabetes management moving from Chicago to Seattle easy and stress free. She is great for twentysomethings.
I usually do a physical check annually when I was back in China but since the COVID 19 situation, I couldn't go back to China for my regular physic...
about 2 months ago
Hi, Augustina - ever since I've lived in Seattle, I've gone to various UW Neighborhood Clinics for primary care. They vary a bit from neighborhood to neighborhood, but I've gotten consistently good care from the different providers. They might be a good option for you especially with your connection to UW.
I have a lot I could say about this one. First of all, my doctor advised me years ago that there is no need for a yearly physical. Only make an appointment if you have a question or need something looked at. Especially with covid, probably.
In terms of a specific doctor, UW is a good system and you can get excellent care there. We also like Swedish. I think with these clinics it really depends more on the individual doctor than the office. You can express preferences when you make the appointment. If you have insurance, make sure it will cover your visit. Healthcare in the US is weird and expensive, unfortunately. Post if you have more questions!
Looking for a new doctor after mine left general practice to specialize in endocrinology. Would prefer a female in the central Seattle-area. TIA fo...
about 2 months ago
I see Dr. Basilico at Swedish on First Hill and she's solid. I haven't spent a ton of time with her but have been happy so far.
I've been seeing Dr. Cufley for years at Pacific Medical Center in First Hill. She always makes me feel comfortable and provides a lot of information for my questions. I sent a message to her recently via the patient portal and within a day she wrote back a thoughtful response which helped me make a decision about my health. She's in the Premera network which is where I have coverage. pacificmedicalcenters.org/w...
Zahra Karmali or Deb Klein at Swedish downtown clinic.